Bianchi, a part of The Safariland Group

Allusion Series - Model 126 Assent, Model 131 Confidential

The Bianchi brand announced the addition of two new Allusion concealment holsters at the 2014 SHOT Show. With a traditional belt slot carry, the new Model 126 Assent and Model 131 Confidential are worn close to the body for excellent concealability. The Bianchi Allusion series combines the best of both leather and synthetic technologies to offer a product with traditional good looks and long-lasting performance.

The Model 126 Assent and Model 131 Confidential holsters are made with premium, high-grade, full-grain vegetable-tanned leather, which is then wrapped and laminated around a thermo-molded synthetic core. This synthetic liner supports a very quick draw and effortless re-holster. These models feature a formed trigger guard detent to help retain the gun in the holster. This enhanced weapon retention is due to the durable laminate structure not typically found in holsters made with leather-only construction.

“The Bianchi Allusion Series is gaining ground rapidly as quality leather construction continues to be highly sought after,” said James Dawson, Category Director for the Bianchi brand. “By adding belt loop models to this leather/synthetic technology, we can satisfy more consumers looking for that traditional look and feel in a high-tech product.”

The Bianchi Model 126 Assent is an open-top, high-ride hip carry holster. It offers a low-profile, contoured body-hugging design and the trigger guard detent aids in secure carry during normal or rigorous activity. The Bianchi Model 131 Confidential features a thumb break retention for those looking for an additional security measure in addition to the trigger guard detent. To maintain optimal flexibility in the thumb break, the strap is suede-lined, while the synthetic liner encompasses the rest of the holster.

These Bianchi Allusion holsters are designed to fit 1.5 inch (45mm) belt widths and are offered in tan or black with a plain finish.

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