Raven Concealment is throwing it back to the early 2000s with a re-release of their Phantom holster. It was discontinued in 2015, but Raven is reintroducing it for select pistols this summer. Let’s take a look at the lineup.
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The Phantom is a pancake-style holster that can be used inside or outside the waistband. If this holster looks familiar to you, you either remember buying gun training DVDs in the pre-YouTube era or have seen a later imitation or interpretation of this design.
Over the course of this summer event, Raven is releasing new models for pre-order on a regular basis. The current lineup of models includes holsters for the following guns:
- Colt Python 4.25”
- CZ P-10C
- Glock 17 Gen 5
- Glock 48 MOS
- Smith & Wesson 686
- Springfield Armory Hellcat Pro
- Staccato C2
- Staccato P
- Walther PDP
Raven is also producing a “sprint run” of holsters for the SIG Sauer P365X Macro at the time of writing. All models retail for $124.99. There is a 4-6 week lead time on pre-orders.
From the manufacturer:
We’ve turned back time to 2015 to bring you a chance to own the concealment holster that started it all – the legendary RCS Phantom.
The Phantom was the very first modular, polymer, pancake-style holster. Invented by RCS in 2006 and made wildly popular by being featured in the Magpul Dynamics DVD series, the Phantom was always a highly coveted holster.
The Phantom was designed from the outset to provide the highest possible level of concealment by being adaptable to wear with virtually any style of clothing. What makes the Raven Phantom holster so unique is its ultra-thin, body-hugging pancake profile. In conjunction with our modular attachment system, this profile allows the Phantom to be worn either OWB or IWB.
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