Front Line Holsters

Holsters designed on the front lines.

Front Line, Israel’s premier holster manufacturer, builds holsters for Israeli military, law enforcement, and special operations forces. These holsters have been proven under the most demanding circumstances. Front Line holsters are manufactured from top quality materials, including leather, Kydex®, and cutting-edge multi-layer materials designed to provide unsurpassed functionality and protection for your firearm. They are among the highest quality holsters in the world. The Mako Group’s holsters feature designs, materials, and retention systems developed and tested in cooperation with the Israeli Defense Forces.

 

You may never lead a hostage rescue team against armed terrorists, but when you use Front Line holsters, you can take comfort in the knowledge that your gear has been there. 

Right-click the following link to open or download a complete catalog of Front Line holsters.

7.62 Front Line Holster Catalog

 

Front Line Three-Layer Holster made from laminated leather, Kydex®, and suede. These holsters offer the classic looks of fine leather with the durability and combat-effectiveness of Kydex®.

Front Line Three-Layer Holster made from laminated leather, Kydex®, and suede. These holsters offer the classic looks of fine leather with the durability and combat-effectiveness of Kydex®.

 

Select Front Line holsters are built with Front Line’s unique belt-mounting system that allows the holster to be both mounted on and removed from the belt without removing the belt. It is also adjustable for belt width so that the same holster fits multiple belts perfectly. Instantly switch from duty gear to casual dress or formal attire without changing holsters. This system offers the combined stability of a belt and paddle system; unlike paddle holsters, these holsters mount securely on the belt.

Front Line offers unique retention systems. Many Front Line holsters secure the pistol with adjustable tension. Those who require additional security can choose between Push ‘n’ Draw, Double Retention Lock, Thumb Spring, and Side Release retention systems. The Push ‘n’ Draw retention system (PDS-1) securely locks the pistol in the holster with no obvious means of release. A reflexive downward push when grasping the pistol unlocks the retention system for a smooth, unimpeded draw. The Double Retention Lock holster (DRL) features a Kydex hood that covers the rear of the pistol’s slide. When a thumb-release is pressed, the thumb can sweep the hood forward as the pistol is drawn. Thumb Spring holsters look similar to the DRL holsters, but feature a powerful spring mechanism that automatically snaps the hood forward when the thumb-release is pressed. The Side Release system works similar to several popular US law enforcement holsters. The second finger of the firing hand presses a side paddle during the draw, releasing the pistol. This holster will be a very comfortable transition for those who have trained with and used similar systems.

Front Line holsters, while representing the highest quality, are more economically priced than many other holsters of similar quality. This is an advantage for both dealers and shooters. Since shooters can more easily afford these quality holsters, dealers find that they sell more quickly than other brands. Shooters who have purchased Front Line holsters usually become devoted users who purchase Front Line holsters for most of their pistols.

Dealers and distributors may contact 7.62 Precision for terms and pricing.

 

KNG (Kydex® New Generation) holster with Push 'n' Draw retention system and Front Line's unique belt-mount system.

KNG (Kydex® New Generation) holster with Push 'n' Draw retention system and Front Line's unique belt-mount system.


One Response to “Front Line Holsters”

  1. I’ve got four of them…nuff said!

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