This unique, patent pending, holster fills a niche created by the advent of the super small .380s such as the Ruger LCP, Kel-Tec P-3AT and the new Taurus 738 TCP.

When I tried to carry mine in an inside-the-waistband holster it was so small it almost got lost, was hard to draw and, since I work for a living in west Texas, the sweat made it necessary to clean and oil the weapon almost nightly to prevent rusting.

I tried carrying it in my hip pocket and my front pocket with and without a pocket holster. I still rusted it, had trouble drawing it smoothly and had to clean the pocket lint out of it every night to ensure reliability.

What you are seeing here is a prototype, not for sale yet, and I would really like your comments...good or bad. comments.



This little holster measures 5 1/2" tall, 4 1/4" wide and only 1 1/2" Thick. With the advent of so many portable electronic gadgets today it draws very little attention.

The holster has a frame of very thin galvanized tin and is covered (front and back) with leather. This not only gives it the rigidity it needs but also forms a very effective sweat barrier. After wearing it for a week in my very dusty shop, where temperatures regularly reach 100+ degrees, the weapon has remained dry and clean.

When it goes into production it will come in several choices of color



To draw the weapon just unsnap the lid and release the front.

This can actually be done with little or no noise.



This action allows the entire front to fall open exposing the pistol.

The pistol is held firmly in the molded urethane holster. In fact, you could even run with the front down without worrying about your weapon falling out!



You now have easy access to your weapon with a very positive purchase on the grip with your fingers and the rear of the frame with your thumb.

The weapon glides smoothly out of the holster in a surprisingly fast motion.

You will notice that your trigger finger is kept from the trigger guard until the weapon has completely cleared the holster. That is by design so you don't pull a Barney Fife.

One of the really nice features of this design is the ability to re-holster you weapon almost as quickly as you can draw it and all without looking! Try that with an inside-the-waistband holster.

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