DeSantis Introduces Holsters for Taurus Spectrum

posted on March 6, 2017
DeSantis Holsters launched an expansive holster line for the new Taurus Spectrum, giving owners 10 different holster options to choose from for the new gun.

The company offers the Mini-Scabbard for the Spectrum, giving users a bare-bones holster designed to retain the handgun through precise contour molding and an adjustable tension device. The Mini-Scabbard can be used on belts up to 1.75 inches wide and retails at a suggested price of $62.99.

DeSantis also offers the Maverick holster, which features precise contour molding along with a steel spring clip for easy belt attachment. The holster will work with belts up to 1.75 inches wide and is available in black or tan saddle leather. The suggested retail price is $53.99.

The Quick-Snap holster is also available for the Spectrum, giving users a one-way belt snap that allows for easy attachment or removal from the belt. The pistol is retained through precise molding, and the holster will fit belts up to 1.5 inches wide. The Quick-Snap is available in black or tan leather and sells at a suggested price of $53.99.

The DeSantis Pro-Stealth is made from padded ballistic nylon and uses a powder-coated black spring clip to anchor the holster to a belt. The Pro-Stealth can be used on belts up to 1.75 inches wide. The holster also includes a spare magazine pouch for semi-automatic pistols. The spring clip can be removed and placed on the opposite side for left-hand carry. An optional thumb break is also available. The suggested retail price is $38.99.

The company's Tuck-This II holster is also available and is made from 1050D ballistic nylon and lined with pack cloth to allow for slick, snag-free draws. The holster features a belt tab that can be used for cross-draw or strong-side carry, and the tab allows the holster to be tuckable. The Tuck-This fits belts up to 1.75 inches wide and retails for $43.99.

Other holster options for the Taurus Spectrum include the Apache Ankle Rig, the Sof-Tuck, the Nemesis, the Super Fly and the Insider.


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