June 22, 2007
Gould & Goodrich presents at Mission Critical Equipment Symposium
The BLACKWATER U S A campus in Moyock, NC was the setting for the June 12th Mission Critical Equipment Symposium, which was sponsored by Cutting Edge Tactical. Select manufacturers represented critical product areas affecting the Law Enforcement and Defense Industries.
Gould & Goodrich design engineer, Bernard Gould, presented and demonstrated several holsters that are designed for the highest standard of reliable performance in the unpredictable circumstances that are often encountered in law enforcement and military situations. The featured product was the B900 series of polymer, locking concealment pancake holsters. Introduced and extremely well received in 2007, these auto-retention holsters may be purchased as a pancake style with an injection molded adjustable cant belt loop or as a paddle style. The Gould & Goodrich flexible wing design, conforms to the body for all day comfort. The B900 series holsters feature automatic instant retention when the weapon is placed in the holster. The thumb release is adjustable to permit a smooth draw for any hand size, and the durable modern polymer material has the look of fine leather. The B900 series is highly molded for fits for most popular auto-pistols in either right- or left- hand versions.
As an industry leader, Gould & Goodrich maintains a policy of continuous improvement and education. The company conducts educational presentations for our many full line distributors, dealers and agencies.
Gould & Goodrich Leather, Inc. has been making quality products for Law Enforcement, Government and Sporting markets since 1985. From its 50,000 square foot factory located in the heart of the Carolinas, they design and craft the finest products in the industry. Gould & Goodrich holsters, belts and accessories are in service worldwide.
View the many innovative products featured at www.gouldusa.com or contact Gould & Goodrich at 800.277.0732 or 910.893.2071 to request a catalog or to discuss a particular equipment need.