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BLUE FORCE GEAR ULTRAcomp Pocket Holster

The Blue Force Gear Pocket Holster is the company’s first foray into the everyday carry (EDC) market. The manufacturer of battle-tested weapon slings and battle equipment has used its revolutionary field gear development experience to create the ULTRAcomp Pocket Holster.

Designed with Blue Force Gear’s proprietary high-performance laminate called ULTRAcomp, the new EDC pocket holster exceeds military standard materials in tear and abrasion resistance while remaining versatile and ultra lightweight for the carrier. ULTRAcomp removes extra bulk while solidly securing and concealing a pocket pistol, creating the thinnest pocket holster available today.

By reducing the weight and bulk over a standard pocket holster, the ULTRAcomp Pocket Holster provides additional comfort to the carrier and protects both the weapon and interior of the pocket. The secure weapon positioning that the holster provides ensures safe and accurate grip and weapon removal from its pocket holster.

The Blue Force Gear ULTRAcomp Pocket Holster is available to fit the SIG SAUER® P238/938, KIMBER® MICRO, GLOCK® 42, and RUGER® LCP® / LCP2.

Find technical specs and see a demonstration of Blue Force Gear’s new ULTRAcomp Pocket Holster and other innovative products in booth 31209 at SHOT Show in Las Vegas from Jan. 17–20.


10 Responses to “BLUE FORCE GEAR ULTRAcomp Pocket Holster”

  1. Gerard says:

    Why dont they offer it for the S&W J Frame?

  2. CWG says:

    I’m sure they’ll get around to it.

    And a Kahr CW9 BUG

  3. Erick says:

    Looking forward to seeing, handling these and finsing out if they’ll replace the Mika and Kramer pocket holsters I’ve been using. If they will, then I’ll find out if they’re going to do a pocket mag pouch.

    • Gerad says:

      I own a Kramer pocket holster for my j frame, wonderful holster but wouldnt buy another due to the price.

  4. SamHill says:

    I have a couple BFG slings and one of their wallets. Everything I have from them is of great quality and the ULTRAcomp is pretty awesome. I’d definitely like to try one of these out for the little Ruger LCR if they end up making one.

  5. Ray Forest says:

    What no J frame, it’s still the most prolific pocket pistol in the US?

  6. John says:

    Judging by how difficult it is to get their ultra competitive wallet out of a rating pocket, this should be pretty grippy and effective.

  7. darrel says:

    Their ultracomp material is great stuff, I’ve carried one of their wallets in my back pocket for over two years now, still water resistant and no ripping or sticky texture like cordura seems to acquire over time

  8. Hank says:

    S&W Bodyguard 380, please!