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When Is A ShapeShift Holster Coming Out For My Gun?

When Can I Buy A ShapeShift Holster For My Gun

Since we released the ShapeShift Modular Holster System, one of the questions we get here at AG all the time is "when is the ShapeShift coming out for MY gun?" The short answer is as soon as we can.

We're working on it. We promise!

However, we're also launching a new ShapeShift release calendar.

The ShapeShift Modular Holster System releases

This will give you the list of current and pending guns for the ShapeShift system as well as additional ShapeShift configurations that are on the horizon.

That said, let's get into when you're going to get your ShapeShift.

ShapeShift Release Calendar

If you want to know what the release schedule is like, we have a ShapeShift Release Calendar where you can check it out!

The release calendar will show you the upcoming guns that we have in the queue for the ShapeShift Modular Holster System. Each one of the pistols on this list will be compatible with each and every ShapeShift configuration that's currently available and also each subsequent ShapeShift configuration that is released.

You can also sign up for email updates that will send updates straight to your inbox; no need to check our web page or social media.

Not that you shouldn't follow us on social media, of course....

Upcoming Guns For The ShapeShift

What are the upcoming guns for the ShapeShift?

The most recent release, in case you haven't seen the release calendar page yet, is for the following pistols for September of 2017:

  • 1911
    • 1911 - 5 Inch
    • 1911 - 5 Inch Barrel
    • Please note, this holster will work with any Government model 1911 except Sig Sauer style 1911's or Crimson Trace Grips
  • Smith and Wesson
    • SD9VE
    • S&W SD9VE
    • SD40VE
    • S&W SD40VE
    • S&W M&P9
    • S&W M&P9
    • S&W M&P40
    • S&W M&P40
    • S&W M&P9C
    • S&W M&P9C
    • S&W M&P40C
    • S&W M&P40C
    • Please bear in mind that this is for the first-gen only; the ShapeShfit is not available for the M&P M2.0 series yet.
  • Springfield Armory
    • XD(M) 3.8" 9mm and .40; both the full-size and compact grip
    • Springfield XD(M) 3.8 inch
      Full Size XDM 3.8
      Springfield XDm(M) 3.8 inch compact
      XDM 3.8 Compact
    • XD 4" 9mm and .40 S&W
    • Springfield XD 4 inch
  • Glock
    • Glock 42
    • Glock 42
  • Sig Sauer
    • Sig P938
    • Sig P938
    • Please note that the P938 holster will not fit the P238, despite the outward similarities.
  • Kimber
    • Kimber Micro 9mm
    • Kimber Micro 9mm
    • Please note that it will not fit models with Crimson Trace Grips

For October, the ShapeShift will also be available for the following guns:

  • Glock
    • Glock 29 and 29SF
    • Glock 29
    • Glock 30 and Glock 30SF, however not the Glock 30S
    • Glock 30
    • Please note, these are not for the Gen 5 Glocks. However, Gen 1 through Gen 4 will work.
  • Springfield Armory
    • XD 3" 9mm and .40 S&W
    • Springfield XD 3 inch barrel

With many more to come!

When Are New ShapeShift Holsters Coming Out?

In September 2017, new ShapeShift holsters slated for release include the Drop Leg Holster and the MOLLE holster attachment.

Our Drop Leg Holsters are compatible with both the ShapeShift OWB holster as well as the Cloak Mod OWB holster.

The ShapeShift Drop Leg Holster
ShapeShift Drop Leg
The Cloak Mod Drop Thigh holster
Cloak Mod Drop Leg

However, the Cloak Mod requires a special attachment in order to be used as a leg holster. The attachment must be installed on the rear of the Cloak Mod. To do so requires dissassembling the Cloak Mod just as you would to change the cant or belt attachment.

A new MOLLE holster attachment will also be made available, which will allow use of a ShapeShift holster with MOLLE webbing.


Later on, we also have a Backpack holster attachment and an ankle holster! We will also have more holster configurations in coming months, so be sure to sign up for the email list and get advanced notice of the holster models we have coming out.

Sam Hoober
 

About The Author

Born in southeastern Washington State, Sam Hoober graduated in 2011 from Eastern Washington University. He resides in the great Inland Northwest, with his wife and child. His varied interests and hobbies include camping, fishing, hunting, and spending time at the gun range as often as possible.