Our quick draw belt holster with an open top design gives you the access and speed needed for the quick draw. Tension screw adjustment provides a custom fit to your firearm. Neutral cant enables a smoother draw.
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The belt holster is made of premium quality leather, suitable for the outside the waistband carry. The holster is hand molded directly on the gun for the perfect holster fit. The holster features an open muzzle design and wide cut holster opening, which allow quick draw of the gun. It contains belt tunnel on the rear part of the holster for straight belt carry. The holster has a retention screw that enables adjustment of retention of the gun and provides an additional security. It is available in right and left-handed design and in black and brown color. The holster is designed for a 1.5'' belt. If you wish to have it made for a different belt size please specify it in the details.
Tip: As leather is a natural material, quality leather products may require a break-in, either of the holster or the strap. Please read how to break-in and care for your leather holster for a perfect gun fit.
Available in black or mahogany leather
Hand molded leather with lacquered leather finish
Entire barrel is covered, open muzzle design
Quick and easy draw
Produced by Falco Holsters
Belt tunnel on the back
Available in left and right-handed design
5 year limited warranty
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Leather is a natural material and a staple in the holster world because of it’s undeniable qualities and benefits. Read more about the benefits of leather holsters.
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