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Safariland Introduces Wallet Holster

December 13, 2012  | 

Photo courtesy of Safariland.
Photo courtesy of Safariland.

Safariland has introduced a concealement holster that gives the impression it's a wallet rather than a holster.

The Model 22 Wallet Profile Holster arrives with extra-thin construction and a square backing on the holster. Its sewn hinge design allows the backing to swing away from the holster so it will not impede its user from securing a firing grip on the handgun when drawing.

The Model 22 uses SafariLaminate construction to stay open to ease drawing and re-holstering. the holster also features a moisture-proof membrane that prevents perspiration from penetrating the holster and collecting on the gun, and a suede finish on the outside of the holster that grips clothing to minimize movement in the pocket.

The Model 22 fits small semiautomatic firearms from Kahr, Ruger and S&W. It is available in a black suede leather finish and retails for $37.

Tags: Safariland, Holsters, Concealed Carry


Comments (4)

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Cecilio Mendez @ 12/14/2012 5:59 AM

I believe there is enough space - between the edge and the trigger guard - to include a spare magazine carrier. Out-of-the-pocket draws are not intended to be fast, but "stealthy". So, it will not be a hindrance to the draw and it is ALWAYS nice to have some extra ammo available. My on-the-street concealment holster is a TUFF with a spare magazine carrier.

Forrest lee wykle @ 12/14/2012 12:01 PM

Ok

Forrest lee wykle @ 12/14/2012 12:01 PM

Ok

joseph simeone @ 8/24/2014 6:17 PM

I like the way it looks and think the suede should stop holster from drawing with pistole. The back looks stiff and should stop printing. If the price is right I'll give it a go.

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