Tulster Oath Holster Review

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Tulster Oath Holster Review

August 17th, 2020

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If you’re like me, you certainly get served ads for the newest holster all the time. One of the ones that recently caught my eye was the Tulster Oath holster.

Since I carry every day, I am always excited to try out new holsters. I think most people are always in search of the most comfortable holster that conceals their firearm the best.

Tulster Oath carbon fiber holster
The new Tulster Oath holster is a great IWB holster option for the Springfield Armory Hellcat.

So, needless to say, I was very intrigued when I found out that Tulster was releasing a new holster for the Springfield Armory Hellcat. The company sent me an Oath holster for review, and I was happy to try it out with my custom Rayzor’s Edge Tactical Hellcat pistol.

Watch my video review above and keep reading this article below.

Rayzor's Edge custom Hellcat in a Tulster Oath holster
The Tulster holster offers discreet carry and lightweight yet strong materials in its construction.

Oath Holster Details

That inside the waistband (IWB) holster is the “Oath”, and it has a starting price of $69.99. Once I had it in hand, I immediately started putting it through its paces.

Close up of the Mod Wing on the Oath holster
Dylan really liked the “Mod Wing” feature of the Oath, and found it gave the holster a lot of adaptability.

My first impression was that this holster is durable. Designed for pistols with optics equipped, the holster, belt clip and Mod Wing all feel really solid. I don’t think this is a holster that will ever break under everyday carry use. I clipped this holster on my belt the second I got the package open and started wearing it everywhere.

Holster with Carbon fiber finish
The holster is offered in black or a carbon fiber (shown) finish.

I had never used a holster with a Mod Wing before, but now that I have I can say I will never go back. The Mod Wing for this holster comes with two interchangeable surfaces. One is shallow and the other is deep. The deeper of the two really helps you conceal those longer grip guns.

Beauty shot of the Oath Holster
The Oath is tuckable, ambidextrous, and designed to accept both standard and optic-equipped pistols.

This Tulster holster has a bit of a higher ride height than I am used to because of where the belt clip is. While this usually causes your firearm to print more through your shirt, since this holster has a “mod wing” I didn’t have this issue at all. I can actually conceal my Springfield Hellcat with the included extended 13-round magazine without so much as a bump showing through my shirt.

Check out the full list below of features and included items that come with the Tulster Oath.

Tulster Oath Features

  • Mid-sweat shield
  • Open-ended muzzle
  • Raised sight channel
  • Undercut trigger guard area
  • Adjustable ride height: 1/2″
  • Rounded and buffed edges
  • Multi-stage fixed retention.
  • Minimal material — .08” thickness
  • Optic-ready, ambidextrous and tuckable
  • Works with DCC Clip or optional strut and soft loop

Included with Purchase

  • Two (2) ¼” spacers
  • Two (2) ⅛” spacers
  • Two (2) ½” slotted posts
  • Two (2) ¾” truss screws
  • One (1) 1.5″ DCC Metal Clip
  • Two (2) retention adjustment shims
  • One (1) Mod Wing — small & large insert

Where It Counts

In case you’re thinking “How comfortable is this holster?”, I can tell you that it is very comfortable. If you ever have problems with a holster pressing into you below the belt, rest assured, this one will not do that. Again, the ride height helps here, and the rounded bottom edge of this holster allows for a comfortable fit.

The Tulster Oath offers you a lot of holster for a very reasonable price.

So, for whom is this holster ideal? Pretty much everybody. It’s a solid holster choice. It’s not the only one – we’ve detailed our other top Hellcat holster picks in another article.

In my Tulster Oath review, the rig proved to be adjustable, optics ready and very easy to conceal. Even if your everyday carry is a larger gun, this holster would be a great option to help you conceal it. So, now it’s time to ask yourself the question, are you ready to take the Oath?

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