Blackhawk Announces New Custom Build System for Holsters, Magazine Carriers, and EDC Dump Trays

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Blackhawk custom holster build online

From Blackhawk . . .

Blackhawk, a leader in law enforcement and military equipment for over 20 years, has announced a new custom Kydex holster program where customers can build and order their own holster or magazine carrier directly on Blackhawk.com. With limitless options to select from, consumers can now craft a true one-of-a-kind holster with all the features they need to carry confidently while matching their own personal style.

Through the new program, which is exclusive to the Blackhawk website, consumers can choose either IWB (inside-the-waistband) or OWB (outside-the-waistband) Kydex holster models, as well as custom EDC dump trays and magazine carriers for both pistol and rifle. By following the easy-to-use online instructions, consumers can now tailor the form and function of their holster to meet their own exact specifications.

Blackhawk custom holster build online

To get started, simply go to the Blackhawk website and choose your handgun manufacturer and model; left-handed, right-handed or ambidextrous carry; as well as red dot compatible options, light-bearing models, belt loop size, threaded barrel compatibility and more. Make your holster unique to you by choosing the finish on the front and back – choose from solid colors, carbon fiber colors (made of Boltaron), camo patterns and specialty prints.

All of Blackhawk’s custom Kydex holsters are manufactured in the U.S. and are ready to ship within three business days. Each holster is constructed from heavy-mil 0.08″ thick Kydex and utilizes a sleek design for a lifetime of reliable use. An undercut trigger guard keeps the Kydex from interfering with your draw, while an over-cut open face accommodates threaded barrels and clears suppressor height sights.

Blackhawk custom holster build online

Blackhawk custom IWB holsters start at $73.95, OWB holsters at $90.95 and EDC dump trays at $59.95. Single pistol magazine carriers start at $35.95, double pistol magazine carriers at $59.95, AR rifle magazine carriers at $59.95 and AK rifle magazine carriers at $59.95. Prices vary depending on materials and configuration. To learn more about Blackhawk custom Kydex holsters or to build your own, visit Blackhawk.com.

 

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  1. Your better off supporting local holster makers who will take care of you, fix your mess ups, tweak what’s needed AND make light/laser bearing rigs.

  2. If it’s not a class 2 retention holster I do not buy unless it’s for concealed carry. Any way I can reduce the chance of tripping, snagging, or some sort of altercation I do not want my gun falling out.

  3. this is ridiculous.

    They could have done this a long time ago, but now that sales have dropped off they want to make a piece of common Kydex somehow different and more special than what can basically be ordered from lots of places.

    “With limitless options to select from”

    there are no limitless options to choose from. You are limited to the options they offer and that’s it. For example, try to order one for a crimson trace rail master laser mounted under the barrel on a Glock – if it was limitless options that could happen but they do not offer that “option”I would be able to do that but they don’t so anything for single laser mounts (no light) and its not an option.

        • but but but…the sales pitch says “With limitless options to select from”

          and not only that but its says

          “With limitless options to select from, consumers can now craft a true one-of-a-kind holster with all the features they need to carry confidently while matching their own personal style.’

          1. It is not a “true one-of-a-kind holster”, its a stock holster they might already have in stock.

          2. It will not have “all the features” you need to “carry confidently while matching” your “own personal style.” – it will have the features they limit to you purchasing.

          man I hate it when a good site posts deceptive sales pitches.

  4. They must be geared to the new buyers any real gun people would know better than to buy that crap at those prices.

  5. “EDC dump trays at $59.95”

    As in a plastic box to put your stuff in… for 60 bucks? Seriously?

    That’s ridiculous.

    • Its not a plastic box.

      Its a somehow extra special rugged, heavy-mil .08” thickness, Kydex tray built for the marketing described time period of “life-long” use with a piece of colored or pattern flooring tile sized thing bolted to it with six screws, that by special Hogwarts magic will only accept EDC dumps and anything else it will reject. Its sold with the apparent promise that it is so special that never ever in the history of man kind or in the future will you ever be able to find such a thing for EDC dumps in all of the thousands of things like it you can find at lots of places from Dollar General stores to Amazon for $10.00 or less.

      But wait! you say “Those other things are not Kydex! What about that and and and but what about the colors and pattern?”

      I say “So? Get a grip on reality will ya.”

      $60.00, what a joke. But the sad thing is some people will buy it.

  6. Limitless? Anything but. I began looking for an OWB for my Browning Hi-Power. The first selection you make is manufacturer. Your options are:

    — Glock
    — Poly 80
    — 1911
    — Sig Sauer
    — M&P
    — Springfield

    And so endeth the journey.
    As @jwtaylor succinctly and accurately put it: EPIC FAIL.

    • Here’s the gun mold list from Well Armed Woman https://thewellarmedwoman.com . Still no Hi-Power, but a lot more other options;

      Gun Mold List
      These holsters are specific to the gun model. If you do not see yours listed we are unable to make this holster for you.
      1911 3.3″
      1911 5” with and w/o rail
      Beretta 92FS w/wo rail
      Beretta APX
      Beretta M9A3
      Beretta Model 92A1
      Beretta Nano
      Beretta PX4 Full/Compact
      Beretta PX4 Storm Sub-Compact
      Bersa Thunder 380
      Bersa Thunder 9mm
      Canik TP9SFX
      Colt Commander 1911
      CZ P01
      CZ P07/P09
      CZ P10F
      CZ P10
      CZ PCR Compact
      CZ RAMI 2075
      CZ Shadow 2
      CZ 75 SP01 Phantom
      Desert Eagle .40 baby eagle
      FN 5.7 M2
      FN 5.7
      FN 509
      FNS 9/40
      FNS9C
      FNX 45
      FNX 45 Full Size/Tactical
      Glock 17/22
      Glock 17 Gen 5
      Glock 19 Gen 5
      Glock 19/19X/23
      Glock 20/21
      Glock 26/27
      Glock 30
      Glock 30S
      Glock 34/35
      Glock 42
      Glock 43 /43X
      Glock 43X MOS
      Glock 48
      Glock 48 MOS
      Glock Poly 80 P80 PF940 (G17)
      Glock Poly 80 P80 PF940C (G19)
      H&K VP9
      H&K VP9SK
      HK P2000
      HK p2000sk
      HK p30
      HK p30L
      HK p30sk
      HK USP .45 Compact
      HK USP 9/40
      HK vp40
      IWI Masada
      Kahr CW9
      Kahr PM9
      Kimber Micro 9/380
      Kimber Micro 9/w/laser grip
      Kimber Ultra Carry 2
      Ruger LC9
      Ruger LCP II (Not compatible with the Grip Tuck Wing and must be ordered with the standard clip only)
      Ruger LCP (Not compatible with the Grip Tuck Wing and must be ordered with the standard clip only)
      Ruger SR9 Full size
      Ruger SR9C
      Ruger SR9C/40C
      S&W M&P Body Guard 380/with laser (Not compatible with the Grip Tuck Wing and must be ordered with the standard clip only)
      S&W M&P 2.0 5″
      S&W M&P 9/40C
      S&W M&P 4.25”/2.0 4.25″/2.0C
      S&W M&P Shield 9
      S&W M&P Shield 45
      S&W M&P Full Size .45
      S&W M&P Shield EZ 9
      S&W M&P Shield 380 ez
      S&W M&P Compact 22
      S&W SD9VE
      S&W SW9VE
      SCCY CPX1/CPX2
      Sig P320 X5 Full Size
      Sig P365 w/ Lima Laser
      Sig Sauer 2022
      Sig Sauer 320 Sub Compact with and without rail
      Sig Sauer 320C
      Sig Sauer 320Full/X5 Full size/M17
      Sig Sauer P220
      Sig Sauer P226 X5 Full Size
      Sig Sauer P226
      Sig Sauer P229 w and w/o rail
      Sig Sauer P238
      Sig Sauer P239
      Sig Sauer P320 X Carry
      Sig Sauer P365
      Sig Sauer P365XL
      Sig Sauer P938
      Springfield Armory MOD 2
      Springfield Armory XD9 4″ MOD 2
      Springfield Armory XD9/40 Sub Compact Mod 2
      Springfield Armory XDM 3.8
      Springfield Armory XDM 4.5
      Springfield Hellcat
      Springfield XD Mod 2 4”
      Springfield XDE .45
      Springfield XDE 3.3 9/40
      Springfield XDM 4.5” 9/40
      Springfield XDS 3.3
      Springfield XDS 3.3 .45
      Springfield XDS 4.0
      Springfield XDS Mod 2 3.3
      Steyr 9/40 C
      STI 2011 no rail
      STI 2011 with rail
      STI Tactical 5.0
      Taurus PT 111 G2/G2C
      Taurus PT 111/140 Gen 2
      Taurus PT 24/7
      Taurus PT 709
      Walther CCP M2
      Walther Creed
      Walther P22
      Walther PK380
      Walther PPKS
      Walther PPQ Gen 1
      Walther PPS M2

      They used to have a drop down, but now you type in your gun make and model. They also used to have a an option for certain lights and lights, which I don’t see anymore. And they say they will be sending plastic clips until October, when metal clips will again be available.

      The Taurus Spectrum holsters we got have reversible clips so the holsters can be set up either IWB or OWB, and we ordered a couple of different clip styles with the holsters. The options seem more limited now.

  7. Well Armed Woman has been doing this for years. We’ve ordered several holsters from them using a system that sounds exactly like this. In fact Well Armed Woman was the only place we could find acceptable holsters for the Taurus Spectrums (they are NOT in the carry rotation due to less than acceptable reliability, but we ordered the holsters before completion of my 500 round break in period.)

  8. Kydex was created as “acrylic-polyvinyl chloride composite” in 1965 by a company called ‘Rohm and Haas’. In 1987 ‘Rohm and Haas’ sold their product line of the material to Kydex, LLC, who named the material “Kydex” after their company and that’s why we call it Kydex today.

    The very first kydex holster was created in 1972 by Bill Rogers, formerly of the FBI and a trainer and owner of the Rogers Shooting School. Since that time Kydex holsters have remained. overall, one of the most senselessly and comparatively over priced things in the gun world.

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