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First Look: IWB Holsters for J-Frame Revolvers From 1791 Gunleather

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1791 Gunleather is now offering IWB (Inside The Waistband) concealment holsters for Smith and Wesson J Frame pattern revolvers.

“We are thrilled to expand our holster collection with the introduction of our IWB revolver holsters,” said Ramiro Romani, CEO at 1791 Gunleather. “With their perfect fit for J Frame revolvers, stylish color choices, and versatile clip options, we are confident that these holsters will exceed the expectations of our customers.”

The J Frame revolver family is one of Smith and Wesson’s classic product lines focused on smaller-framed five shot revolvers with snub-nosed barrels. People have flocked to these guns for generations for carry and self-defense purposes due to their size and format. J frame revolvers are easy to carry and simple to operate, which are some of the reasons they are still relevant today. The guns Smith and Wesson sell today are fundamentally similar from the first batches of J frame revolvers, however today’s revolvers enjoy more holster and accessory compatibility than ever before. J frames are available both in rimfire and centerfire calibers including .22LR, .22 WMR, .38 Special, .32 H&R, 9mm Luger and other calibers. In spite of the wide variety of modern EDC choices afforded to today’s concealed carrier, the J frame revolver still manages to buck the trend and remain popular.

Customers can select their J Frame holsters with leather color options including classic brown, signature brown and stealth black. Besides these color choices, there are two IWB belt clip selections, including a 1.5 inch wide alloy belt clip or a tuckable belt clip. Regardless of what color option and belt clip combination you choose, these holsters are reasonably priced with a starting retail amount of $52.99 each. For more information on these new J Frame revolver holsters or other holsters and gear offered by 1791 Gunleather, please visit their website at 1791gunleather.com.



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