The Bravo Concealment BCA 3.0 is an outside-the-waistband Kydex holster with retention adjustment for secure carry.
The edges of the BCA 3.0 are smooth, literally, and that eliminates concerns of snagging clothing on it if a gun is needed in the blink of an eye for self-defense.
Moreover, unnecessary portions of the Kydex frame have been removed on the BCA 3.0 — including the bottom corners — thereby creating greater concealability. This also entailed reducing the size of the upper body, side rear of the holster to create an opening large enough to allow a firm grip on the gun in the event that it must be drawn. This extra room for gripping does not in any way expose the trigger while the firearm is holstered.
Overall, the minimalist approach on this holster contributes to comfort for everyday carry.
Another great aspect of the BCA 3.0 is the retention adjustment, which allows the concealed carrier to set the retention to his or her liking. This is done by simply loosening a screw and moving it toward the top of the holster for strong retention or toward the bottom for a quicker draw with less resistance.
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A characteristic of the BCA 3.0 that cannot go unmentioned is the depth of the belt loops on the rear of the holster and the optimum spacing between them.
Unlike some holsters, where you run your belt through the back loop, then through your pants’ loop, only to strain to get it through the front loop on the holster, the BCA 3.0 is a breeze. It has perfect spacing and depth, allowing you to smoothly run your belt through the back loop then through your pants’ loop and through the holster’s front loop with minimal effort.
Comfortable, minimalist, user-friendly, and secure — that is the BCA 3.0 holster.
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