Atlanta, GA -(AmmoLand.com)- CrossBreed Holsters is manufacturing concealed carry holsters for the new All-American Honor Defense handguns.
These CrossBreed holsters are available now, in options for all five of the new Honor Defense semi-automatic handguns.
“CrossBreed Holsters was created in 2005 by the late Mark Craighead, and they soon became among the top holster makers in the country,” said Gary Ramey, President of Honor Defense. “They have extremely high quality with a custom fit. CrossBreed and Honor Defense are both dedicate to the highest quality and are a natural fit for one another.”
Based in Springfield, Missouri, CrossBreed handcrafts its holsters using the finest materials. CrossBreed Holsters has raised the standard for customer service in the holster industry through its two-week, try-it-free guarantee. If, within those two weeks, you are in any way dis-satisfied with your CrossBreed holster, just give the company a call and they will but it back. Check out the CrossBreed line including the new Honor Defense holsters at: http://www.crossbreedholsters.com.
All Honor Defense pistols are built with high quality standards and feature:
- Striker-fired design that can handle +P loads
- Trigger has a wide face with a crisp 7lb pull
- Short reset for quicker second shot and better control
- Ambidextrous slide catch and magazine catch
- Available with or without an ambidextrous manual safety lever
- Modular system with stainless steel chassis
- Custom texture design to provide better grip in all situations
- Replaceable back straps to allow customization.
For more information, visit their Facebook page or website at www.honordefense.com.
About Honor Defense LLC:
Honor Defense offers the finest American made pistols using only American partners and materials. Honor Defense pistols are built with more features and higher quality standards than other pistols in their size range. To create its pistols, Honor Defense secured input from a panel of professionals that have defended our nation or have extensive credentials in self defense training.
For more information, please visit www.HonorDefense.com.