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Appendix IWB

Here's a holster for a subcompact pistol that can be worn under a dress shirt with a suit and tie.   This holster rides inside the waistband (IWB) at belt level, clipped to your waistband, so the only part that is visible is the butt of the pistol.  Tuck your shirt in over top of the holster, and nothing is left showing but the clip. Buckle your belt over top of the clip, and it's virtually invisible.

This holster features:

-- a steel band in the mouth for adjustable retention and easy reholstering.

-- soft-rolled horsehide for greater comfort.

Endless Summer Special

This is our version of the classic Summer Special Inside-the-Waistband holster. This is a minimalist design that has less bulk, to help keep you cooler when it's hot out -- an important consideration in Florida, where it's always summer.  These can be made for most small to mid-sized pistols.

This holster features:

-- lightweight construction for less bulk.

-- a stitched-in sight track.

-- a steel band in the throat for adjustable retention and easy reholstering.

-- a leather guard to keep the hammer and spur from biting into your side.

Expert

This is a scaled down version of the classic known as the Bruce Nelson Professional or Askins Avenger. It is a high-ride Outside-the-Waistband holster that features a wrap-around design that's very different from a pancake.

This holster features:

-- a steel band in the mouth for adjustable retention and easy reholstering

-- an open cut to ensure that you can get a proper, complete grip right from the start.

-- custom molding that fits the specific model of gun like a glove.

-- a high ride for better concealment.

-- a molded-in sight track.

Field and Stream

There's a lot to be said for a fine, full-flap holster: It offers unparalleled protection in the field from rain and brush, keeps your sidearm secure on your belt, no matter what, and can even serve as a case for transport to the range. 

These holsters can be made from a variety of fine leathers, eitiher lined or unlined, and can be made for virtually any pistol (if we can get the pistol to make a pattern).

This holsters features:

-- full-flap protection secured by a military grade, one-way Pull-the-Dot snap.

-- heavy welted construction for better fit.

High Ride

This is not your average pancake holster. Think of it as a crepe -- a more elegant pancake.

This holster features:

-- a molded-in sight track.

-- a ride far higher than the average pancake, to insure it doesn't peak out from under your shirt.

-- a flat back and hardened, double-thick leather spine, to ensure the holster hugs tightly to your side.

-- a leather guard to keep the hammer and spur from biting into your side.

-- an open cut to ensure that you can get a proper, complete grip right from the start.

HIPSter (Hide in Plain Sight holster)

Hide-in-plain-sight holster

Here's a way to carry a compact pistol openly and easily -- Our Hide in Plain Sight holster or HIPSter. Available in horizontal or vertical models, the HIPSter look like a case for a PDA or tablet, but conceals your favorite compact to sub-compact pistol.

They're individually made to order of top-quality full-grain leathers and can feature exotic inlays on request. Flap closure is by magnetic catch, snap or velcro, whichever you prefer.

Hunter's Crossdraw

If you need a heavy-duty field holster for your backup when you're out hunting dangerous game, we've got just the holster. This was originally designed for a client who wanted to carry an X-Frame S&W on a trip to hunt Polar Bears. He gave it rave reviews. I use one for my 6" S&W 617, just in case I run across any vicious rabbits when I'm out for a walk in the woods.

In-discreet

The In-Discreet is a clip-in version of our Endless Summer Special. Instead of straps, it uses a spring-steel clip. It rides 3/4 inch deeper than the Endless Summer Special, but not quite as deep as the Appendix IWB. However, it can be made for larger guns than the Appendix IWB, which is only made for subcompacts.

These can be made for most small to mid-sized pistols.

This holster features:

-- lightweight construction for less bulk.

-- a stitched-in sight track.

-- a steel band in the throat for adjustable retention and easy reholstering.

Last Chance

Clearly, ankle holsters are not the first choice for carrying concealed. They're slow to access, often uncomfortable, and it's hard to reholster your pistol. And the good ones are expensive; in fact, one of the most expensive styles of holsters.  But for someone in a suit and tie (or someone in long pants in the Florida heat), it might be the only effective way to carry and truly remain concealed.  And it's also a great way to carry a a last-ditch backup gun (hence the name).

McGraw

This holster is specifically crafted to meet the demanding needs of the Cowboy Fast-Draw shooter. It's made to the same level of quality as our concealment rigs, using only the highest quality American-made leathers. It features:

MiniPaddle

This is a great way to carry one of the new generation of compact, lightweight pistols.  No belt required: This outside the waistband holster tucks into your pants and pinches the top of your waistband for stability. Concealed by a loose shirt or jacket. You can reposition it anywhere from 1 o'clock to 4 o'clock on your strong side.  Especially popular with women.

This holster features:

-- a molded-in sight track.

- a steel band in the throat for adjustable retention and easy reholstering.

Pocket Slip

Pocket pistols are among the most commonly purchased guns for concealed carry, but you're courting disaster if you just toss one in your pocket.  A tiny bit of pocket lint jammed into the barrel or mechanism can render it inoperable; sweat and grime can cause misfires; and anything that   A good pocket holsters has to do many things:

-- Hold the pistol upright in the pocket for proper presentation, so it can be gripped quickly and correctly.

-- Enclose the triggerguard so that a stray finger doesn't catch it in your pocket.

Shoulder Holster I

Shoulder holsters are not for everyone, but they are one of the few effective ways to conceal a handgun off of the belt. If you're wearing a jacket, they can be a very comfortable way of carrying, especially behind the wheel of a car. This rig conceals the pistol horizontally, up under the support-side arm. It includes a double-mag pouch to balance the strong-side. The pistol is secured via a thumb-break with a concealed snap. A second holster can be substituted for the mag pouch if desired.

Undercover IWB

This is our version of the side-strap, Inside-the-Waistband holster designed by Milt Sparks. This design is the pinnacle of concealment holsters. Worn behind the strong-side hip, it’s supported both by the waistband of the pants and the belt. It's the most concealable type of holster for a mid- to full-size pistol.

 This holster sits deep inside the waistband for good concealment. Most of the gun is concealed inside the pants. We offer two types of kydex clips  that enable the wearer to tuck in a shirt over top of the holster.

This holster features:

Wallet Holster

This is a deep concealment holster for a tiny gun -- think derringers, LCPs and similar palm-sized pistols.
It completely conceals the outline of the pistol, thanks to a two-layer cover that presents the outline of a standard wallet. The cover is faced in upholstery leather and backed in six-ounce, drum-dyed, Hermann Oak cowhide.

Pricing: $45 in drum-dyed, black Hermann Oak cowhide and upholstery leather.