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Modular Belly Band

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28" - 34" Small
34" - 42" Medium
42" - 52" Large
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Slide Mounted Electronic Sight (Burris, RMR, Docter)

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Slide Mounted Electronic Sight

The "Slide Mounted Electronic Sight" or as it is more commonly referred to as "Micro Red Dot Sight" is a small electronic sight that is mounted just in front of the rear sights.

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Modular Belly Band

CrossBreed® Holsters was proud to partner with one of the most recognized trainers in the industry and owner of I.C.E. Firearm Training Services, Rob Pincus, in introducing the first ever Modular Belly Band. Now, CrossBreed® Holsters is proud to announce the second generation of the Modular Belly Band in conjunction with I.C.E. Firearm Training Services and Rob Pincus.

 The redesigned CrossBreed® Holsters Belly Band incorporates an additional length of elastic band that extends over the CrossBreed® Modular Holster. This provides additional support for the holster and firearm. The additional length of band firmly secures smaller firearms while offering the necessary support for wider and heavier firearms.

 The CrossBreed® Holsters Belly Band continues to utilize an elastic band with a CrossBreed® Modular Holster so the user can place the holster in the most comfortable position for their individual body.

In addition to improved support, the CrossBreed® Holsters Belly Band now incorporates a sewn magazine or flashlight pouch and a horizontal Velcro brand enclosed accessory pouch for carrying a cell phone, wallet, or similar items. An optional Modular Magazine Carrier is available to add to the band.



Cartersville, Georgia
January 01 2017
My husband encouraged me to purchase the Modular Belly Band system because nothing else has worked for me to be able to conceal carry when I run/hike or when I am at work. I am very short through the midriff with a tiny waist and unless I can layer clothing items, it is almost impossible for me to carry my weapon. I decided to try the Modular Belly Band and I am totally impressed. I carry a Walther PPS M2 and an extra magazine every time I run, go to the store, go to work, etc. With the way the band finishes strapping over the weapon and magazine, there is no imprint and no one knows it is there. I always wear an undershirt underneath it because the edges can sometimes dig in if I don't and because I wear a buttoned shirt for work and I can unbutton when I leave so I have easier access to my weapon, still without anyone being able to see any of the system. I ordered the additional straps for extra support and to secure my PPS into the holster. There is absolutely no flop to this system: where I place it is where it stays, whether running, hiking, or moving around at work (stretching to reach things, carrying items, bending or squatting down to reach things at lower levels). I started out by wearing the system at home for an hour or two at a time and then as I adjusted to the feel of it and figured out where it fit me best, I started wearing it out to the store or on other errands. The first time I wore it running, it was so comfortable, I didn't even notice it. No bounce, nothing intrusive, no digging, no movement. It stayed right where I put it. Before wearing it to work, I tested it out around the house in my work uniform, reaching, squatting, bending, etc., to test for any imprint. Once comfortable that I would be able to completely conceal it, I wore it to work for the first time for about a 6 hour shift. Again, no movement, no digging, no sloppiness to it. It stayed right next to my body. I have been wearing it to work now for a good two months and I wear it every time I run errands. To date, the longest I have worn it is for 11 hours straight. At 10 hours, I started feeling like it was time to take it off and by the time I got home I was ready for it to come off, but 11 hours is quite some time to wear a belly band and I am impressed by the comfort of it. One word of caution...when carrying in a vehicle, be aware of where your seat belt is and keep it out of the way or you won't be able to get to your weapon. Also, I carry a Maxpedition pack that goes over one shoulder while the bag sits on the other side. I have to be careful how I position the pack when I am wearing the Modular Belly Band because the strap of the pack crosses right over the top of my weapon if I am not careful. Again, important to pay attention to if you want to be able to reach your weapon. I highly recommend this product, especially to someone looking for a way to carry while out running or someone who has a specific work uniform that is not conducive to carrying on the hip either inside or outside the waistband.

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