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Wallet Holster for Full Concealment - Beretta Bobcat 21A (Black, Right Hand)

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Product Details
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  • Manufacturer:
    Kevin's Concealment
Product Features
  • Won't be noticed if someone sees into your pocket
  • Ease and convenience of carry
  • Full Concealment
Product Description This holster is made especially for carrying where you can't have it noticed. Most wallet holsters leave the butt of the gun visible. This holster uses a retainer to hold the pistol in place when the leather covering is closed. It also keeps the thickness uniform, insuring the gun won't print. The right-hand model is made to carry in your left rear pocket. To draw it, take the holster out of your pocket with your left hand, open the cover, and flip the pistol out into your right hand. It's not quite as fast as wallet holsters you can draw from directly, but if you're concerned about the gun being noticed, you can't use those holsters anyhow. Wallet holsters that hold the gun inside and fire as one unit are a good option for many, but those leave the butt exposed too. They also aren't legal in every state. To be sure, this holster is not the best choice if your primary concern is armed robbery. For that you need a holster you can draw from directly. This holster is for use in places where full concealment is the priority. It will insure you have something instead of nothing should something bad happen where your right of protection isn't as respected as it should be. Since you have to remove the gun to shoot it, this holster also doesn't come with any of the legal baggage that single unit gun/holster combos might have, no matter what state you're in. READ THIS: The retainer DOES NOT snap the gun in place. The gun "rests" inside the holster and is secured only when the flap is firmly held closed. This is to permit the flap to be opened and the gun quickly "flipped" into the shooting hand. The leather is stiffened for durability and so the holster doesn't fold up in the hand causing the gun to fumble, and requires a breaking-in period. If you find these things don't work for you the holster is returnable, but DON'T mark the reason as defective unless there's really a defect, this is how the holster is made to work.

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