DeSantis Introduces Holsters for Micro Glocks with TLR-6 Light

posted on September 20, 2016
For those carrying a firearm-mounted light on their Glock G42 or G43, DeSantis Gunhide Holsters introduced two pocket holsters to accommodate both a firearm and light for pocket carry.

The DeSantis Nemesis and Super Fly are both designed to allow for pocket carry of a Glock G42 or a G43 equipped with a Streamlight TLR-6 firearm-mounted flashlight.

The outside of the Nemesis is made from a viscous material that prevents the holster from slipping out of position in a front pocket. The inside of the holster is constructed from a slick pack cloth that ensures a snag-free draw. Between the two layers, a foam core breaks up the outline of the gun when it's stored in a pocket.

The Super Fly features a layer of "sticky, rubberized" fabric that is described by the company as being even more viscous than that of the outer layer of the Nemesis. This layer helps to ensure that the holster and gun will not slip out of position in a pocket, even under vigorous movement.

An extra feature found on the Super Fly is a removable and reversible outer flap that can be used to reduce printing beyond the capabilities of other pocket holsters. Like the Nemesis, the Super Fly features an interior made from slick pack cloth to ensure a snag-free draw. In addition, the Super Fly features polymer reinforcement and is available in both back- and front-pocket designs.

The suggested retail price on the Nemesis is $25.99, while the Super Fly retails for $39.99.


gameboard spinner
gameboard spinner

Your Go-To Move

When it comes to a self-defense situation, most shooters think “Well, I’ll just shoot him!” Others may consider their personal “go-to” move to be a martial arts technique such as a finger strike to the eyes, bare-knuckle punch to the throat or kick to the groin.

First Look: Armasight Contractor 640 Optics

Available in 2.3-9.2x35mm, 3-12x50mm and 4.8-19.2x75mm versions.

First Look: Cox Arms USA Bolt Carrier Group

Fewer contact points and SP4 coating means less wear and tear on your receiver.

CCW in Public Restrooms: When You Gotta Go...

Sometime, somewhere, you’ll require the use of a public restroom stall. After all, like we tell small children, “Everyone has to go.” If you carry a concealed handgun, you will face the universal problem of what to do with that pistol in the stall while your britches are down.

First Look: Steiner T6Xi LPVO

A 1-6x first focal plane scope which features the KC1 reticle.

Trigger Finger Discipline

It's called RULE Number Three, not Guideline Number Three.


Get the best of Shooting Illustrated delivered to your inbox.