New DeSantis Holsters for Ruger LCP II

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posted on November 5, 2016
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DeSantis Gunhide added three new holsters to its Ruger LCP II holster line, adding to the 15 existing holster fits for the new pocket pistol.

The DeSantis Quick Snap is specifically molded to the shape of the new LCP and features a one-way snap-on belt loop that allows users to quickly and easily attach the holster to concealed carry belts. The snap-on loop will fit belts up to 1.5 inches wide. The Quick Snap holster will retail for $53.99.

The company is also offering the Maverick holster for the LCP II. This holster features detailed molding to ensure absolute retention. This holster also features a steel spring clip that allows for easy mounting and removal onto any sturdy gun belt. The Maverick fits belts up to 0.75 of an inch wide and retails for $53.99.

Finally, DeSantis added the Insider holster to its LCP II lineup. The Insider is specifically designed to ensure a minimal carry profile. The attachment point is a heavy-duty spring steel clip that is positioned high on the holster to provide deep cover. The leather holster itself is soft and unmolded to prevent printing. The Insider retails for $28.99.


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