Duty Gear Press Releases
July 11, 2013
Bianchi® Enhances www.Bianchi-Intl.com with New Features!
Bianchi® excitedly announced today the launch of their new website design providing simple navigation, larger images and expanded holster fit information to enhance the overall user experience. Key updates to the site include the integration of The Safariland Group’s “Holster Finder” which has seamlessly increased the number of gun fits listed on the site. With the increase in gun fit listing, an updated filtering system for holster selection has been incorporated and users can filter by several options, including the most frequently used: Gun Manufacturer and Gun Model.
July 05, 2013
Safariland® Congratulates Winners of 2013 MGM Ironman 3 Gun Match
Safariland® Congratulates Team Safariland members Mike Voigt and Maggie Reese who won the Open class and Iron Maiden classes, respectively, at the 2013 MGM Ironman 3 Gun Tournament June 2-8 in Parma, Idaho. As one of the most grueling three-day matches in the circuit, competitors shot more than 1,000 rounds to complete the ten stages of fire. Additional shooters competing with Safariland equipment also placed high in the ranks. Travis Gibson achieved a close second in the Open class and Mark Hanish took the Scoped Tactical class Championship. Safariland also congratulates Barry Dueck for once again winning the Heavy Metal class which was followed closely by Mark Hanish.
July 03, 2013
Team Safariland's Robert Vogel Dominates The 2013 IDPA Carolina Cup
Safariland® congratulates team member Robert Vogel, for winning the Stock Service Pistol (SSP) Division at the 2013 Carolina Cup for the third time. Vogel dominated the entire match coming in with the fastest overall time of 192.41, defending his title from more than 350 competitors. Vogel took the title of Most Accurate and High Law Enforcement. Safariland also applauds Team Safariland member Bobby McGee who placed a high 6th in the Enhanced Service Pistol (ESP) Division.
June 27, 2013
Safariland® Releases New Popular Gun Fits for its Range Series Holsters
Safariland® announced today that it has released three additional fits in the Range Series, one of its newest holster collections. The Ruger LC9, Springfield XD-S™, and the S&W M&P SHIELD™ are among the latest line extensions for this series of holsters growing in popularity.
June 11, 2013
Bianchi® Offers Concealed Holster Fits for the Smith & Wesson M&P SHIELD
Bianchi® announced today that it has added fits for the S&W M&P SHIELD in two of its popular concealment models offering both outside-the-waistband and inside-the-waistband options for this popular handgun. The Model 75 Venom™ leather belt slide model features a contour-molded front and flat back for a slim profile on the belt. The Allusion™ Series Model 135 Suppression™ is a tuckable IWB holster offering excellent comfort and concealability.
June 03, 2013
Team Safariland Doug Koenig and Jessie Duff Win the 2013 NRA Bianchi Cup Pistol Tournament
Safariland® congratulates Team Safariland members for their performance and accolades at the 2013 NRA Bianchi Cup Pistol Tournament. Doug Koenig achieved an amazing15th Bianchi Cup national title with a clean score of 1920-183x! Doug had close competition from fellow Team Safariland member, Carl Bernosky, who also had a clean score with 1920-178x. In addition, Jessie Duff went on to capture the ladies championship title, while Robert Vadasz won the Metallic division and Rob Leatham finished a close second in the production division, all using Safariland holsters and equipment.
May 13, 2013
Safariland® Introduces Ground-Breaking Technology in its 7TS™ New Holster Series
Safariland® announced today that it has released the all-new 7TS™ Holster Series. This next generation injection-molded holster design is constructed of SafariSeven™ material, a proprietary nylon blend from DuPont™ that is completely non-abrasive to the weapon’s finish. Virtually impervious to weather extremes, the 7TS holsters are operationally and structurally cold tolerant to at least -50 degrees Fahrenheit and heat tolerant to at least 300 degrees Fahrenheit.