Reduced to the barest of essentials, the Mini Scabbard offers a secure grip on the handgun thanks to exact molding and an adjustable tension device (Note: some models without adjustable tension device). This holster is designed to accommodate belts up to 1 1/2″ wide. It is available in black or tan unlined leather.
The manufacturer suggested retail price for the Mini Scabbard holster from DeSantis Gunhide is $59.99. See below for a list of other firearms compatible with this holster.
*Beretta: Pico, Nano, Nano with CT LG-483, Nano with LaserMax
*Boberg: XR9-L, XR9-S
*Browning: High Power P35
*Colt: Commander, Defender, Government Model 45, Mustang with LaserMax, Officer
*CZ: 2075 RAMI
*Glock: 17, 19, 22, 23, 26, 27, 29, 30, 31, 32, 33, 36, 42
*H&K: P2000, USP Compact 9/40
*Kahr: CM40, CM45, CM9, MK40, MK9, P380, P9 W/CT LG-437, PM40, PM40 W/CT LG-437, PM45, PM9, PM9 W/CT LG-437
*Kimber: Compact 4″, Custom II 5″, Custom TLE RL II 5″, Pro Carry 4″, Solo, Ultra Carry 3″, Ultra CDP 3″
*Para Ordnance: Big Hawg 5″, LTC 4 1/2″, Nite Hawg 3″, OPS 3 1/2″, P10 3″, P12 3 1/2″, P13 4 1/2″, P15 5″, Slim Hawg 3″, TAC FOUR LDA 4 1/2″, Warthog 3″
*Ruger: LC9, LCP LCR, SR22, SR9 Compact
*SCCY: CPX-1, CPX-2
*Sig Sauer: See website
*Smith & Wesson: See website
*Springfield Armory: EMP 9/40, GI Micro Compact 3″, GI45 1911-A1 5″, TRP Operator 5″, Ultra Compact 1911 3 1/2″, XDM 40 3.8″, XDS 45, XDS 9
*Taurus: 709 Slim 9mm, 85 2″, 850CIA 2″, 85CH 2″, PT111, PT140
*Walther: CCP, P22, PPK
DeSantis Gunhide is a leading holster manufacturer for city, state and federal law enforcement agencies, the U.S. armed forces, as well as hunting/sport shooting organizations around the world. DeSantis delivers a full range of holster products and accessories designed to meet or exceed the needs of its customers.
For more information about the Mini Scabbard holster, and the full range of products currently offered by DeSantis Gunhide, please visit http://www.desantisholster.com
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