VISM by NcStar Ambidextrous Horizontal Shoulder Holster with Double Magazine Holder, Black (CV2909)
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- Ambidextrous shoulder holster for pistols
- Adjustable for right- or left-handed draw
- Double magazine holder attaches to harness
- Adjustable thumb break; tie-down straps
- Double thumb break snaps for pistol security
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Top Customer Reviews
how comfortable it was and it holds my government size 1911 perfect. it won't last forever but when it comes time, i'll just buy another one.
I'm a small framed guy and like other reviewers I don't find it to be the most comfortable fit. I haven't played with it enough to find the most comfortable position and haven't modified it to make it feel more secure on my person. I also feel like I can't "conceal" carry unless I'm wearing a loose/big coat (might fall jacket wasn't loose enough to hide the bulge).
A very solid product for the price. I would highly recommend it to medium/large framed people.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I bought this for my son for his C02 pistol. He is 12 with an average build and it adjusted all the way to his size. It fits him well and looks really good. Read morePublished 2 days ago by ROOTS
I really did like the feel of this holster but even though it is ambidextrous I had to do a fair amount of work to it to make it useable for me. Read morePublished 5 days ago by Jeri Dalton Dobbs
have a full size 1911 it doesn't secure it even on the smallest settingPublished 7 days ago by wd50
Good quality holster but needs a shorter velcro strap. I have a full size Glock G21 and I wouldn't feel comfortable putting anything smaller than that in there without modifying... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Karrie
I needed a shoulder holster for my Kimber 1911, since hunting in the winter doesn't exactly allow me to use a belt holster with my coveralls. Read morePublished 1 month ago by PRiM3CuSToM3R