And I helped

The Holster Site has a snazzy new holster that can function as both a pocket holster or inside the waist-band holster for your smaller pistolas. Now, I know what you’re thinking. You’re thinking that’s a brilliant idea. I know. I thought of it. And others thought it was a brilliant idea too. I like the idea of going from pocket carry to IWB carry with my Kel-Tec. However, I think one J-Clip in the center would probably be adequate for a Kel-Tec or LCP.

I must have one.

6 Responses to “And I helped”

  1. Fred says:

    The two clips should help keep it from flopping around and I think help it print less. Kind of spreads the bulk around.

  2. ericire12 says:

    I have found that my Kel Tec with the Nemesis holster works very well just shoved in between my belt and my pants. If you have on an untucked shirt it works just as well as an IWB holster. I also know someone who attatched a metal clip from another IWB holster to the center of a Nemesis and it works great for IWB now.

  3. Jennifer says:

    It really was a brilliant idea.

  4. ben says:

    I absolutely, positively, hate metal and plastic j-hooks. Argh! It’s gotta be leather for me. Or maybe a small metal clip like this:

  5. Crucis says:

    However the cost, >$150, is just prohibitive. For that amount, you can buy a Bianchi pocket holster and a Galco IWB and have change left over. Same functionality at less cost.

    BTW, my Bianchi pocket holster for my J-frame works in slacks and suit pockets too.

  6. Michael says:

    Thanks Uncle! I’m proud of the two-clip design. The bulkiest point of the holstered gun is not further bulked by the presence of a clip. This is not a ‘home-made’ job. I pride myself as a professional and always strive to produce the most exquisite product available.

    Crucis, I agree that you can buy two factory-made holsters for the price of one of mine. But, they will be still be factory-made, and you will still have to carry two of them. Here lies the advantage to this holster in particular. When you buy my holster, it is made by me, as a unique piece, instead of in the factory that makes holsters. If your holster isn’t right, you can come back to me and we’ll work it out. You can’t get on the horn with the big man at one of the big-box holster shops. In fact, I would put my holsters beside any factory-made holster and proudly stand by my pricing. If at that point you decide to go with a nylon holster that you can get for $20 at your local sporting store, go with my blessing.

    I love your point, because it is the question of why you should buy mine over the other guy’s. The answer is really simple. Mine is unique. If you want the unique holster, I can provide that. Mine is uniquely tough and durable. It is uniquely beautiful. And, it can be made to suit you as an individual – on a one-of-a-kind basis. You can’t get this from a major brand. The level of custom work I can do is far greater than the other so-called ‘custom’ holster makers. This is why I call myself a FULL-Custom Holster Maker.

    If I don’t get an order from you personally, I won’t be offended. But honestly, I am looking for orders currently. If anybody out there wants a truly unique holster, I can provide that. Granted, it won’t be cheap, but in quality, durability, function, and beauty it will be worth it.

    Once again, I’ve got to thank Uncle for the link! And, if anybody wants to explore a top-quality, hand-made, full-custom holster, please feel free to follow the links. There are some luxuries that you owe to yourself, and this is among the most affordable of them. I’ll look forward to hearing from you.