NEW Holsters in Blackhawk ARC IWB Series – G48, P365, M&P Shield EZ
Adam Scepaniak 05.18.20
Blackhawk is known for making a wide assortment of tactical gear and holsters for the masses, and they have now expanded their ARC IWB (Appendix Reversible Carry – Inside the Waistband) holsters to include even more popular models. Some of today’s most popular concealed carry pistols are the Glock G48, SIG Sauer P365, SIG Sauer P365XL, and Smith & Wesson M&P Shield 9/380 EZ. So, it only makes sense that the Blackhawk ARC IWB holsters now include all of those popular guns as well.
The ARC series of holsters for Blackhawk is a newer line within their portfolio of shooting accessories, but is expanding at an impressive rate. The Blackhawk ARC IWB holster boasts a fully reversible design and most of the holsters are compatible with multiple firearms. It is fast becoming a popular option for people who carry appendix with their CCW weapon. Some of the specifications for the ARC IWB holsters can be read below as presented by Blackhawk:
- Soft yet durable injection molded polymer material for comfort
- Fully ambidextrous design allows for left and right hand use
- Includes two cant and ride height adjustment belt clips for 1.5″ to 1.75″ belts
- Passive retention detent with adjustment screw
- Allows for use of rear mounted red dots
The running MSRP for these holsters, regardless of the configuration for specific firearms, is benchmarked at $24.95 each. As always, they are made in the USA and are covered under Blackhawk’s Warranty in the rare event that you should ever need service or a replacement. Willie Vernon, the Senior Director of Marketing for Blackhawk, had these words to share surrounding the ARC IWB series:
“The focus of the A.R.C. IWB holster has always been based on versatility and comfort. With its ability to accommodate both left and right-handed shooters as well multiple forms of concealed carry placement, the A.R.C. IWB can be customized for each individual user. For those seeking a deep concealment option that won’t hamper their daily movements, the A.R.C IWB won’t disappoint.“
Most of us already own a shoe drawer or two of holsters at home, but we never have the “perfect” one. After taking a gander at the Blackhawk ARC IWB holsters, what do you think? Is this something you would be willing to buy and work into your CCW rotation? Let us know all of your thoughts in the Comments below! We always appreciate your feedback.