The TalTac Pro Series holster is an outside the waistband (OWB) holster that holds the Glock 19 snug against the body, thereby reducing the chance of printing through t-shirts and making the tried and true Glock a great carry gun again.
The holster holds the Glock high on the waist, making it possible to carry a Glock 19 with 16 rounds of ammo, in a way that can be difficult for the naked eye to notice.
Breitbart News came upon TalTac products while at the range testing an AR-style rifle. At one point, two onlookers reached under their t-shirts, pulled out Glock 19s, and began shooting at the target as well. We had not even noticed they were carrying guns.
We tracked down a TalTac Pro Series holster and began carrying a Generation 4 Glock 19 in it on a regular basis. The Pro Series holster can be acquired for numerous, popular handguns, but we chose one for a Glock 19 for review purposes.
Upon being inserted in the holster, the pistol pops in place and is held firmly. A retention screw allows one to tighten or loosen the firmness with which the gun is held.
The holster is light, comfortable enough for all-day wear, and backed by a lifetime warranty.
The model we acquired has the image of an American flag embedded in the Kydex, making the holster as attractive as it is practical.
A TalTac Pro Series OWB holster with artwork embedded costs between $95 and $109.
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