DeSantis Offers Holsters for Walther PPS M2 Pistols

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posted on April 23, 2017
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DeSantis Holsters added two new holster fits for the 4-inch Walther PPS M2, giving users more carry options with their large-frame Walther pistols.

The first new holster from the company is the Thumb Break Scabbard. This leather holster rides high up on the belt of the wearer and provides users with an ideal draw angle for their handgun. The holster features a retention strap that is disengaged by the user's thumb, as well as friction retention that is adjustable with a tension device.

The new Thumb Break Scabbard fits belts up to 1.75 inched wide and comes with optional suede lining and either a plain or a basket-weave finish. The suggested retail price on the new holster is $77.99.

The second new holster out from DeSantis is the Speed Scabbard, designed to offer a bit faster draw response than the Thumb Break. However, the difference with the Speed Scabbard is that it lacks the thumb-break retention device found on the other holster. The unit still offers friction retention, using a tension screw to provide users with adjustable retention.

The gun is molded to the exact contours of the Walther pistol, ensuring that users have the right fit and a secure rig. The Speed Scabbard fits belts up to 1.75 inches wide. The suggested retail price on the new holster is $77.99.

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