DeSantis Offers Holsters for Ruger LCP II

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posted on October 13, 2016
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DeSantis Holsters is one of the first companies to offer an exclusive line of holsters designed for the new Ruger LCP II. The company has 15 different designs for concealed carry holders, depending on their preferred method of carry.

Numerous carry options are covered in the new holster offerings. More traditional offerings include the Summer Heat, a bare-bones IWB holster built from premium saddle leather. The holster offers molded contours that conform to the shape of the new LCP II in order to provide sufficient friction retention, and the holster mouth features additional reinforcement to facilitate reholstering. A powder-coated spring clip secures the holster to a user's belt. Suggested retail price on the Summer Heat is $53.99.

Other holsters include the DeSantis Nemesis, the company's popular pocket holster. The Nemesis is made from a proprietary viscous material that is designed to anchor itself inside a user's pocket, ensuring that the gun will not move out of position. The inside of the holster is made from a slick pack cloth that ensures a smooth draw. Between the two layers, a foam interior breaks up the outline of the gun to prevent printing. Suggested retail price on the Nemesis is $25.99.

Several unique carry options are also available for the LCP II. The company's Pocket Shot is designed for easy concealment and rapid access. The holster works by disguising itself as a wallet and can easily fit into a back pocket. Once a threat materializes, the gun can be fired without having to be removed from the holster, due to an easily accessible hole surrounding the trigger. The Pocket Shot retails at a suggested price of $44.99.

The Incognito offers another unique belt-carry option. The design looks like a simple cell phone holder, but the interior offers space to conceal a small semi-auto like the LCP II. The holster can be worn horizontally and vertically and is closed by a hook loop fastener. Suggested retail price on the Incognito is $49.99.

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