GunfightersINC has been teasing the release of their new shoulder holster for several weeks. The Spectre is now available.
The Spectre Shoulder Holster is a classic design rendered in modern materials. It carries much like many classic shoulder holsters with the butt of the gun under the wearer’s support side arm but thanks to the inherent retention of molded kydex, secondary retention methods like thumb breaks are not necessary. This smooths the draw stroke and keeps bulk to a minimum.
This holster and harness have been designed to move with the wearer. GunfightersINC used pivoting buckles instead of standard side release buckles and built in elastic panels to allow the 4 point harness to flex as the wearer moves. G-Hooks are used to make attaching the Spectre to the belt both easy and secure.
The Spectre is very modular. It come standard with a holster on one side and a single magazine pouch on the other. However, these can be replaced with holsters for different handguns or other accessory carriers like a double mag pouch or even a silencer carrier. Swapping is easily accomplished by releasing 2 buckles.
The Spectre is available for purchase but the current handgun is limited. Limited may not be the right word since several popular handguns like Glocks, 1911s, the S&W Shield, and more are available including handguns with mounted lights. As production ramps up, more options will be available.
Check out the Spectre Shoulder Holster at GunfightersINC.
On a related note, I appreciate that GunfightersINC shows a proper shoulder holster draw stroke in their product images. It is far too easy to muzzle part of your arm when drawing from a shoulder holster and GunfightersINC gets it right by showing the support side arm in a high guard position (see image above).