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G-Code And Haley Strategic Partners – 2015 Incog Bloodstripe IWB Holster

INCOG Bloodstripe

SCOTTSDALE, Arizona – November 10, 2015 – G-Code and Haley Strategic Partners are proud to present the 2015 edition of the Incog Bloodstripe IWB holster.

Released in honor of the 240th birthday of the US Marine Corps, the 2015 edition of the holster features a new US Marine Corps “Dress Blue” tactical fuzz and includes a Brass Super Mojo, exclusive to this holster. Like every previous Bloodstripe holster offering, the 2015 line up will include the Incog, Incog Eclipse, the G-Code OSH Holster and the Disruptive Environments Carrier system. These are limited edition items with a portion of each sale donated to the MARSOC foundation.

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The MARSOC Foundation was established to provide benevolent support to active duty and medically retired MARSOC personnel and their families as well as to the families of Marines and Sailors who have lost their lives in service to our Nation. The Foundation aims to meet needs unmet by the government with an emphasis on building personal and family resiliency and supporting the full reintegration of MARSOC Marines and Sailors following wounds, injuries and extended deployments.

Read more about the Foundation at www.marsocfoundation.org.

Incog Bloodstripe holsters are available at www.tacticalholsters.com/category/Blood_Stripe_Series.

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6 Responses to “G-Code And Haley Strategic Partners – 2015 Incog Bloodstripe IWB Holster”

  1. bluenoser says:

    For similarly minded and similarly worded releases that have a charity/foundation benefactor, I always wonder what portion of each sale goes to the ’cause’ organization.

  2. Riceball says:

    Very nice, it should be pitched to the Corps for authorized wear with Dress Blues, maybe not Blue A & B but certainly for use with the Cs & Ds. It just needs to be modified for OWB since it might look a bit odd seeing it worn IWB when there’s no jacket to help hide it, might as well wear it openly, even if it does defeat the purpose of the holster.

  3. Airborne_fister says:

    So since I’m a fister and army can I say it’s artillery?

  4. John says:

    Besides aesthetics what is the difference between the Mojo type: Standard vs. Super?