True North Concepts launched a new Modular Holster Adapter designed to prevent movement of holsters on polymer belts.
The Modular Holster Adapter pairs a modular design with rigidity to achieve a platform created for user-input. Shooters, law enforcement, or military personnel can tweak the adapter to carry as they wish.
“The Modular Holster Adapter is the first adapter of its kind to specifically solve the problem of unwanted movement that nearly all polymer belt adapters create for law enforcement, military and other shooters,” True North Concepts said in a news release. “It does this by combining modularity with rigidity. Unlike other adapters, the True North holster adapter lets the user decide how they want to carry their pistol rather than forcing them into a one-size-fits-one-belt carry system.”
Positioning features include:
- 20-degree-wide mount positioning range; 10-degree forward cant and 10-degree negative cant
- Three vertical mounting points set ½-inch apart giving the user three height options
- Supports “Mid-Ride” mode of carry that will drop the pistol below his or her belt line, allowing it to clear body armor and pouches
Using two primary mounting options, users can thread the mounting bars through PALS webbing and attach a holster to MOLLE style belts or the adapter can be bolted onto standard gun belts with widths of up to 2-1/4-inches. True North Concepts says the Modular Holster Adapter also sports mounting points so that it can work alongside quick-release belt mounts.
The Modular Holster Adapter fits all Safariland three-hole pattern holsters in addition to a variety of other brands with the same method of attachment. Made from non-ferrous DFARS-grade 6061-T6 aluminum, the adapter is Type 3 MIL-SPEC hard coat anodized. Further, it is made in America, for those that prefer to keep their dollars stateside.
The Modular Holster Adapter is available from True North Concepts with an MSRP of $75.