Republic, MO – -(Ammoland.com)- Top-quality holster manufacturer, CrossBreed® Holsters, LLC introduces two new holsters for the Taurus Judge (5 shot with 2.5″ chamber) and the Smith & Wesson Governor.
CrossBreed Holsters new MaxSlide holster will allow you to carry your Taurus Judge (5 shot with 2.5″ chamber) or S&W Governor in comfort and style. Staying in tradition with their handcrafting process, the OWB MaxSlide has all the clean, comfortable, and professional appearance as the SuperSlide.
Its heavy construction and craftsmanship provides excellent weight distribution, ensuring stability and comfort while carrying.
Expanding on the popular Ohai Modular Holster, CrossBreed Holsters now offers the MaxOhai specifically designed for the S&W Governor and the Taurus Judge(5 shot with 2.5″ chamber).
The Ohai style holsters are a vast improvement over the cloth or nylon holsters found in most carry bags. It provides positive retention and absolute stability for your firearm even with the weight of the Governor or Judge.
Keeping up with the industry innovation, providing unmatched customer service, and exceeding the customers' needs are just a few of the reasons CrossBreed Holsters has become a leader in the concealed carry market today.
The handcrafting of a CrossBreed holster cannot be imitated. With the “soft” side of the leather facing your body, you will find immediate comfort and stability right out of the package. Over time the holster forms to fit to the individual body for a secure fit and unmatched comfort, truly becoming a custom holster for each individual.
Crossbreed Holsters, LLC was started in 2005 by Mark Craighead to bring all of the best holster features together in one product without any of the non-functional design elements found in many holsters on the market. Mark's new breed of holsters has grown into a company strong with integrity, craftsmanship and customer service, producing a quality line of all-American made holsters. To learn more about Crossbreed Holsters, LLC visit www.crossbreedholsters.com or contact Trent Cooper at [email protected]