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Bianchi Remedy Right Hand S&W Shield Holster, Plain Tan - 23996
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Bianchi Remedy Right Hand S&W Shield Holster, Plain Tan - 23996

SKU 783097
Brand Bianchi
Model Number 23996
UPC 013527239969
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Product Details


  • Series/Collection: Remedy
  • Orientation: Right
  • Mounting Type: Belt Slide
  • Number of Compartments: 1
  • Material: Leather
  • Finish: Plain
  • Color: Tan
  • For Use With: S&W Shield Pistol
  • Belt Size: 1-1/2" W


Bianchi's Remedy Belt Slide holster features an open-top design for semiautomatics and small frame revolvers. It's designed for hip carry and features deep contour molding. The fully molded holster front provides improved comfort, while the open top design provides quick and convenient access. It is made of premium, full grain leather with a slim profile and fits belts up to 1.5" wide. This mode has a tan finish and is compatible with S&W Shield.

Made of premium, full grain leather, the model 57 holster offers a slim profile and compact design in a full-sized holster. The open muzzle design allows various barrel lengths. Fits up to 1.5 inches belt width and is available in plain tan or plain black finish.


  • Open-top for quick access and draw, ideal for rear hip carry
  • Deeply molded on front of holster for fit and classic good looks
  • Low profile, hi-ride design effectively conceals firearms with minimal bulk
  • Dual belt slots up to 1-1/2 inches for better, tighter fit with belt


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