Fobus Evolution Roto Paddle and Belt Holster 1911 Style Pistols .45 with or withour Rails, Right Hand, Black

Fobus Evolution Roto Paddle and Belt Holster 1911 Style Pistols .45 with or withour Rails, Right Hand, Black

Regular price
$53.99
Sale price
$53.99

The Standard Series is a passive retention holster. When un-holstering, do so in a deliberate and rapid upward motion. Silicone spray may be used in the trigger guard area of the holster as a means of lowering the level of retention. Passive retention is automatically engaged upon re-holstering.

Features:

- Roto includes both paddle & belt attachments

Specifications:

- 1911 Style pistols .45 with 5in. barrel (with light or laser)
- 1911 Style pistols .45 with 5in. barrel (without light or laser)
- 1911 Style pistols .45 with 5in. barrel without rail
- Colt 1911 .45 with 5in. barrel (with light or laser)
- Kimber 1911 .45 with 5in. barrel (with light or laser)
- Kimber 1911 .45 with 5in. barrel (without light or laser)
- Kimber 1911 .45 with 5in. barrel without rail
- Para-Ordnance Single Stack 1911 .45 with 5in. barrel (with light or laser)
- Para-Ordnance Single Stack 1911 .45 with 5in. barrel without rail
- Rock Island 1911 .45 with 5in. barrel (with light or laser)
- Rock Island 1911 .45 with 5in. barrel (without light or laser)
- Rock Island 1911 .45 with 5in. barrel without rail
- Sig Sauer 1911 .45 with 5in. barrel (with light or laser)
- Sig Sauer 1911 .45 with 5in. barrel (without light or laser)
- Sig Sauer 1911 .45 with 5in. barrel without rail
- Smith & Wesson 1911 .45 with 5in. barrel (with light or laser)
- Smith & Wesson 1911 .45 with 5in. barrel (without light or laser)
- Smith & Wesson 1911 .45 with 5in. barrel without rail
- Springfield 1911 .45 with 5in. barrel (with light or laser)
- Springfield 1911 .45 with 5in. barrel (without light or(more...)

- Handed: Right Hand
- Belt Width: Fits Upto 2 1/4"
- Color: Black

Shipping Dimensions


Item Weight: 0.45 pounds.
Billable Weight : 2 pounds.
Dimensions: 7" (W) x 2.5" (H) x 10" (D)


We compare the actual weight with the dimensional weight and use the higher one. Dimensional weight is figured by taking L x W x H and dividing by 166.

Billable weight calculation: Item Weight (actual or dimensional) + .25 + 5% of the weight and then rounded to the next lb.