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Tag Archives: FOBUS
Fobus Holster will be exhibiting their quality-built and affordable holsters and mag pouches at booth #841 at the Wisconsin Center in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, Aug. 25 – 27, 2017. Bensalem, Pa. (August 2017) – Fobus Holsters and Mag Pouches will be … Continue reading
Every week from July 12 – Sept. 13, 2017, Fobus Holster will be giving away a Fobus holster and mag pouch. Bensalem, Pa. (July 2017) – Fobus Holsters and Mag Pouches is pleased to announce its Summer Carry Giveaway. Every … Continue reading
BENSALEM, PA. (June 2017) – Fobus Holsters and Mag Pouches expands its extensive holster and mag pouch line to include the new KMSG for the Kimber Micro, Kimber Micro 9, Sig P938 and Sig P238. It is available in … Continue reading
Bensalem, Pa. (March 2017) – Fobus Holster expands its SWMP holster to fit the new Smith and Wesson M&P, M2.0 in 9MM, .40 and .45 calibers. It is available in paddle, belt and roto styles. The Fobus SWMP, a … Continue reading
GLOCK 43 Holster Now Available From Fobus Bensalem, Pa. (August 2015) – First Samco, Inc. (FSI), the exclusive distributor of Fobus Holsters & Pouches, is proud to unveil the latest Fobus offering: the GL43ND Evolution polymer holster, available in paddle, … Continue reading
Bensalem, Pa. (July 2015) – First Samco, Inc. (FSI), the exclusive distributor of Fobus Holsters & Pouches, has announced that Ira G. Block has been President of FSI since January of 2015. The official announcement comes just as Fobus is undertaking … Continue reading
The Fobus IWBL and IWBS offer an innovative approach to a popular and tested system of concealed carry; an approach that goes further and improves on an existing concept to allow degrees of comfort and efficiency not possible before. … Continue reading
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