<b>Deep Conceal LLC Stick-Up Holster</b><br /> The first rule in a gunfight is to have a gun. With the Stick-up rig you can mount a handgun just about anywhere! The nylon base is backed with Velcro for attachment to objects. If that doesn’t work, there are metal grommets in each corner for attachment with screws. A patch of Velcro on the face lets you put a holster pocket in just about whatever attitude you wish and the pockets come in several sizes. A Velcro-secured pull-thru strap keeps the weapon secure (deepconceal.com).
<b>DeSantis Nemesis Holster</b><br /> You saw it here first: a new pocket holster for small (e.g. J-frame) revolvers that holds both the firearm and extra ammunition. Incorporated to the rear of the handgun pouch is an extension with a smaller pouch that will hold extra cartridges fitted into a speed-strip carrier. This pouch and the holster’s rough, black nylon exterior help keep it from being pulled out of the pocket when the revolver is drawn (desantisholster.com).
<b>Galco Side Snap Scabbard (SSS) Gen 2 Holster</b><br /> Introduced 10 years ago, the SSS has been updated for 2013. Made of premium steer hide, the SSS retains the original’s open-top design, quick on-off snap loops that fit belts up to 1.5-inches and adjustable tension/retention unit. Improvements include a reinforced holster mouth to ease gun replacement, a slight butt-forward cant for a faster draw and a raised sweatguard to protect the gun and wearer. The forward-molded design aids in concealment, and it comes in black for left- or right-handed users (usgalco.com).
<b>K-J Leather Company Back Country Chest Holster</b><br /> A new handgun rig for the working man (or woman), the Chest Holster allows users to pack many sizes and types of pistols and revolvers comfortably and securely while working, riding or driving. Made of quality cowhide, it looks like the Army tanker holster—a shoulder-riding, cross-draw-type rig. Adjustable straps make it versatile, and it can be fitted with an accessory magazine pouch or cartridge slide. The holster pouch covers the trigger for safety, and the handgun is secured by a safety strap (kbarjleather.com).
<b>Nate Squared N8² Tactical Holsters</b><br /> Concealed carry’s comforting, not comfortable—unless you are packing iwith an N8² IWB holster. These rigs isolate the handgun from the body via a padded suede backing that contains a neoprene core to keep away moisture from the handgun and sharp edges from the body. Friction keeps the holster in place, and eight different sizes allow you to carry almost any pistol or small revolver in right-handed or left-handed mode. It can be had in “tuckable” and even a polycarbonate retention version! (n82tactical.com)
<b>Stallion Leather Model S-111 Half-Holster </b><br /> Made in the United States by a retired homicide detective, the S-111 is the first holster to be made for the new Springfield XDS 3.3-inch pistol in .45 ACP. This concealable belt slide with a thumb-break stiffener is made of top-grain cowhide, molded to the gun, and is lock-stitched with nylon thread. Holster edges are braised, and an outer trim-line adds to the appeal. It will fit a 1.5-inch to 1.75-inch belt, has a slight forward cant and comes in black, medium brown or tan (stallionleather.com).
by Personal Defense World / Jan 18, 2013