The Hackathorn Signature Series is a collaboration between Raven Concealment Systems and Ken Hackathorn. The Hackathorn Signature line items are only produced for the pistols which Ken views as his “go-to” handguns: The Glock 17, Glock 19, Heckler and Koch VP9, and of course, the M1911 A1 pistols.
Instead of our standard outside the waist band belt loops, they are attached with Ken’s preferred belt-attachment: 1.5” Drop Loops
Every item is tastefully emblazoned with the Hackathorn logo, and is produced to the same exacting standards of fit and finish that customers have come to expect from both RCS and Ken Hackathorn.
**AVAILABLE IN WOLF GREY ONLY**
“As literally one of the first adopters of the Raven Concealment Phantom holster, I was excited at the prospect of collaborating with RCS and creating my own Signature Series. I wanted to start with the standard Phantom style, but with a much reduced pattern at the bottom of the holster. For many folks with different body styles the rear lower lip of the holster can easily catch on things like arms of chairs or edges of bucket seats due to this flange sticking out from the body. I like the idea of making this design and the same with the bottom edges of the magazine pouches part of the Hackathorn Signature Series" -Ken Hackathorn
Posted by Unknown on 30th Aug 2017
Great idea to shave off as much extraneous material as possible, but I am surprised it took a tactical celebrity name to figure that out and make it happen. Also, I don't feel like this holster should cost more than the regular Phantom, considering there is less materials involved.
Posted by Mark on 29th Aug 2017
Retention is excessive! Drawing without having a hand pushing down on the belt is impossible. I did not have this issue with my Vickers holster. i'm wondering if this just needs a break in?
Editor's Note: Mark, it sounds like you may need an adjustment. Please contact customer service at firstname.lastname@example.org
Email them pictures of both sides of your firearm and explain the problem you are having. This can be corrected.