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Kel-Tec P32 Belt Clip Set Right Hand Blued Finish P3AT-380BR

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The Kel-Tec P32 Belt Clip Set is ideal for concealed carrying. This kit fits both the P-32 and the P-3AT handguns. This set is designed to conceal carry the gun for right hand shooters. Please make note of which side you'd like the clip to be on, as it is not interchangeable.

ATTENTION: The left hand belt clip mounts to the left side of the gun, the right side belt clip mounts to the right side of the gun.

Item#: 2-KTP32-380RB
Total number of Reviews: 2

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4.0 5
"I tried to find the clip made for the Ruger LCP but it was on back-order. After comparing the specs between the KelTec and the Ruger LCP I took a chance that this clip could fit my LCP so for $10 what the heck. It almost fits perfectly! On a scale of 1-100 (100 being a perfect fit) I'd rate this at a 90. One of the corners is slightly rounded on the clip where on the LCP the corner is more flat. Not really noticeable to the eye but what about the shooting hand? I put 75 rounds through it today .... regular 95g ball ammo was no problem, I could shoot all day. BUT when I switched to Golden Saber 105g I definitely knew I switched ammo. I wouldn't want to shoot too many of them and typically won't ...I was just testing that the round had no problems feeding and it did not. The clip allows the shooter to slip the LCP into the waist band or pocket and looks just like a Syderco knife. Some shooters have concern about not covering the trigger but in this shooters opinion the trigger pull on an LCP is long enough that I am not concerned. Try it out .. $10 you can't beat it."
5.0 5
"Works great and was easy to install. Bought for wife's gun and she loves it. She likes being able to put it anywhere she likes. Does not get in the way of shooting the gun."