A Letter From The Owner

A Message From The Owner Of Bravo Concealment

We know you have been waiting patiently for new gun type options. We would like to apologize for the long wait and assure you that we are constantly working around the clock to expand our holster options.
As you may already know, we have discontinued our “custom” line of gun holsters. This is largely due to the fact, that our lead times were growing larger and larger. Although, some of the “garage” holster companies may think this is a good problem to have; we do not feel that is the case. Well, initially, yes; but as a company grows larger in daily sales, so does the overhead. This can kill a company’s profit margins in the end. This is an example of why you will see some Kydex companies selling holsters for close to $100 or more! A 3-month lead time is a company’s silent killer. It’s just like having too much stock and you simply can’t move the products fast enough.
Anyway, enough of the business lesson. We have designed a new manufacturing process we call AMP (Advanced Manufacturing Process). It incorporates CNC machines, CAD/CAM designs, 3D scanning and advanced engineering. All this creates the aluminum molds we use to make your holsters. Though the process is quite impressive, it is slower than simply taking a “blue gun” and squishing 2 pieces of hot Kydex to make a sub-par mold. But, with our new manufacturing process, once the mold is made, the AMP allows us to make high quality, consistent holsters at a very fast pace.
We have put all our efforts in creating a larger AMP line with more options. Again, we ask you to be patient. Ultimately, this process is made to benefit you, our customers. With AMP we will be able to offer you better prices and meet our goal of “In-Stock” holsters with same day shipping. We thank you for your patience and your business. I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again, we have the best customers in the business. We thank you for all you’ve done and we owe it all to you.
Thanks Again,
Rene Aguirre
Bravo Concealment

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  • I am a former British Paratrooper. I currently have a RTT for a Sig 226 and a BCA for a Glock 17, an SNS-R for a Glock 17 and PMAG, two AK pouches, two M4 pouches, a single and a double Glock 17 pouch. Absolutely fantastic. I wear my BCA as an EDC here in Iraq. I am in the market for a DOS Torsion holster in the near future. Keep up the great work.

    Ghandi Jun 30, 2017
  • Like some comments previous to mine, I too was very disappointed in the custom holster option disappearing. I own six of your custom holsters from previous purchases and they are some of the best holsters I own. But I too have had to go to other routes to get what I want. Understand the business decision you decided on. I tried the AMP line holster with my son’s glock 19. When it showed up I checked and compared against my Bravo Concealment custom glock 19 holster and definitely not the same level of quality. Quickly returned it and the spare magazine holder, and gladly waited the time for a custom set to show up (when they were still being offered). I will remain a Bravo Concealment newsletter recipient but will become a customer again when the custom line returns. Good luck to you guys. Thank you.

    Kris Jun 30, 2017
  • This has been a long and slow process. Even though I love my RTT holster the fact that you guys have not produced custom holsters in a long time have made me go find what I’m looking for else where. Best of luck to your company.

    Daniel Gutierrez Jun 30, 2017
  • You are the best I have at least 7 holsters and I am very happy with the Quality and Fit.
    I stopped in to see you and Zero at the NRA show Atlanta. I think your service is First rate . Just keep up the good work ,we will wait.

    Jon Jun 30, 2017
  • As a repeat customer and as a lefty I have been very disappointed in the slowness of this new process and the TOTAL lack of left-handed offerings to date in the new holster line. I would also offer you a word of caution in calling some of your competitors “garage” companies and smearing the process of “taking a blue gun and squishing two pieces of hot Kydex to make a sub-par mold”. Taking down about your competition and about methods you most likely used for production yourself in the past is off putting to me and to others.

    KD Boatman Jun 30, 2017

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