The Bowie


The Bowie is an OWB fold over design that is great for the outdoors, competition, open carry, or range time. It uses the new Comp-Tac Victory Gear PLM Attachment to create a ride height adjustable, quick detach mount that will hold your pistol close to the body and secure in all conditions. This holster is available for revolvers, semi-auto handguns, and knives. Available in right or left hand, black, FDE, and various camo patterns.


Just like all of our Holsters, if you would like a custom variation (color, camo, light/laser, etc.) that you don’t see listed on our website, feel free to contact us by phone or email to discuss your options


Custom Job

Mark this if you are wanting a custom option, engraving, or configuration you do not see listed. Call us a t (210) 646-4486 or email [email protected] to confirm the scope of your project before proceeding to check out.

Swag Pack

Add a Swag Pack.
2 Stickers and a Key Chain.

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Lightweight Kydex

We use .080″ P1 Hair Cell Kydex for all our holsters which is incredibly lightweight and durable.

Hand Finished

Each holster is finished by hand. Hours of detail work go’s into making each holster fit perfectly to your gun.

Molded to Fit

Unlike other fabricators we do not use a blue gun to mold our custom holsters.  We use the actual firearm to ensure the most secure fit.

Additional information

Weight 3 lbs
Dimensions 90 x 60 x 91 in

Left, Right


Black, Carbon Fiber Black, FDE, OD Green, Brown

Gun Make & Model

Glock 17/22/31, Glock 19/23/32, Glock 26/27/33, Glock 42, Glock 43, Smith & Wesson M&P 9/40 Fullsize, Smith & Wesson M&P 9/40 Compact, Smith & Wesson M&P Shield 9/40, Smith & Wesson Bodyguard 380, Sig P226-R, Sig P229-R, Sig P238, Sig P938, Springfield XD, Sig 1911 Traditional, Springfield 1911 Champion, Springfield 1911 TRP Operator, STI Trojan, STI Tactical 4.0 SS, STI Tactical 4.0 (Threaded Barrel), STI Tactical 5.0, STI Escort, STI Duty One 5.0, Ruger LC9, Beretta 92A1


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