Gear Review: Urban Carry Revo holster system
By Jacki Billings
The IWB Plus, like all of the Revo’s rigs, features a hook-and-loop attachment point surrounded by leather flaps for added security. (Photo: Jacki Billings)
The concealed carry arena is constantly evolving as more companies aim to provide better options for consumers looking to pack heat. Urban Carry first injected themselves into the CC market with the deep concealment style holster, G1. The Florida-based company is now back with an all-new modular holster system, called the Revo, they say will revolutionize the way in which gun owners conceal.
Urban Carry invited a small group of media to the Revo’s unveiling in September, offering a sneak peek at the new design. Upon leaving, each outlet was sent home with a box of goodies for testing. Guns.com was fortunate enough to attend the event and get our hands on the new digs in order to determine whether the Revo lives up to its revolutionary name.
The Revo boasts a modular style design, employing the use of a base, or rig, that supports an array of holster shells. The rigs, constructed of high quality leather, feature a circular disc of hook-and-loop material by which the holster mounts to. The holster is then further secured by two flaps