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Inside The Pants Tuckable Holster Full Size Autos Left Hand Fits 1911 and Hi-Power

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Genuine leather holsters are designed to be worn inside the waistband, and allow you to tuck your shirt completely into your pants, for total concealment. The only thing exposed is the metal belt clip that fits up to a 1 3/4" belt. Available in both right-handed and left-handed models; made in the U.S.A.

Fits 1911 Government Full size and Browning Hi Power.

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Total number of Reviews: 4

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5.0 5
"Concealing a 1911 is not easy at the belt line without seeing the grips, The belt clip is high on the holster getting the grips to belt line. The leather is top quality for all day comfort, and you can tuck in your shirt too!"
5.0 5
"This holster fits great, very snug, high quality materials. My Springfield G.I. 1911 fit perfectly in this holster. Not a bad thing to say about it."
5.0 5
"I am right-handed, but bought a left-handed holster. I am disabled and by carrying my .45 in SOB carry, my hand falls naturally down and to the back with palm forward. This makes for a more natural draw without contorting my shoulder and back around to draw the pistol with palm towards the body. Also, design is nice, because the area behind the belt clip is suspended, allowing for tucking shirt in a natural manner, but not excessively restricting the withdrawn of the weapon."
5.0 5
"Real nice and very comfortable. I usually prefer leather for a lot of reasons, but I tried this with a left-handed holster because I noticed that when drawing from the small-of-the-back position, it is more natural to rotate your hand palm-forward to retrieve a large automatic.It's not a quick-draw holster, but I have carried a full-size .45 auto with only light cover, comfortably, all-day. That speaks volumes if you have ever carried a full-sized .45 all day long."