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Hunter 2500 Diamondback .380/9mm Pocket Holster Right Hand Leather Tan 2500-11

Hunter Company, Inc.
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The Hunter 2500 Pocket Holster is an excellent choice for concealed carry permit holders. Pocket carry is one of the easiest ways to keep a firearm with you at all times, and having the proper holster can make all the difference in comfort. Lets face it, if your CCW is too difficult to take with you, you might end up leaving it at home. The Hunter 2500 Pocket Holster ensures you easily take your pocket pistol with you in a ultra concealable and comfortable platform.

Diamondback .380/9mm

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"I ordered this holster with high expectations after seeing one my friend bought for a Kahr pocket pistol. The one for the Kahr fit perfect in my back pocket, and was perfectly molded to fit the gun. The problem I have with this Diamondback holster is the back leather flap is about 3cm too long and sticks out of the back of the pocket, to me that is not concealed. I tried it in Dockers and Jeans and even had several friends try their pockets and verified it was too long for theirs. The craftsmanship is great and really high quality. The leather is very nice and the fit is perfectly molded for my gun. I bought this for a Diamondback 380 and the holster says it fits both the DB380 and the slightly longer DB9. I think it's really a DB9 holster that also happens to fit a DB380 which is a reason for the length. It would work for a front pocket carry but that wasn\uFFFDt what I purchased it for. I ended up cutting the extra length off the top to fit concealed in my back pocket but lost the nice finish the edge of the leather had. The length might not be an issue with other gun models as I stated earlier on the Kahr."