New CC Options From DeSantis

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Concealed carry is something countless gun owners do on a regular basis. Of course, in order to CC, the right tools are needed. Among those tools are proper training, state appropriate permit, quality defense ammunition, and a good holster. With the final item in mind DeSantis is offering more model options for their SlimTuk line.                                                         ..  ..                                         The SlimTuk line is meant to provide a well made holster with minimal material. The holsters are made using Kydex, custom molded to various models, and stand up to DeSantis’ expectation for performance. They’re ambidextrous and designed for IWB carry. Features include the company’s tuck-able 360-degree C-clip for multiple mounting options. Hardware can also be removed and mounted on the other side of the holster.                                                                                                               The holster is now available for the following models: SIG P238 and P238 Equinox, Kimber Micro Carry, Ruger LCP, Ruger LC9, Ruger LC380, Smith and Wesson J Frame 2 1/4″ and 2 1/2″, standard 1911s 4 1/4″ to 5″, and Smith and Wesson M&P Shield .45. MSRP $39.99.                                                                                                                 It can be difficult finding just the right holster. Considering one of the common excuses given for not carrying on a daily basis is the bulk of many holsters, the SlimTuk just might be the perfect answer for many gun owners.  After all, the gun you carry with you does you far more good than a gun left at home.                                                                                                                                                         For a look at DeSantis holsters online visit www.desantisholster.com.



katie.ainsworth

Katie is an avid shooter, hunter, military journalist, and Southern girl. Firearms are her passion whether at the range or on a spot-and-stalk after a big buck. She’s a staff writer at The Firearm Blog and writes about guns, hunting, and the military for various publications both online and in print such as Outdoor Life, Handguns, and Shooting Illustrated. Shoot her a message at ainsworth.kat@usa.com


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  • Nicks87

    $40 seems kind of steep for a fairly minimum amount of plastic but I might try it out just to see how well it works. I just recently started IWB carrying so I’m always looking for more options.

    • m-cameron

      feel free to try and make your own for cheaper…..

      • Suppressed

        I couldn’t make a Mayback 62 for less than $400,000 or whatever they cost, but it doesn’t mean the price isn’t steep.

  • David

    If you are going to copy and paste press releases at least format the text

  • d

    I’ve had a few Desantis holsters. Mass produced and mediocre, at best. I will pass.

    • Bill

      Mass produced yes, mediocre is a little harsh, I prefer serviceable. They don’t charge the outrageous prices for the paper thin leather of Galco, cover a broader range of guns than Gould and Goodrich and haven’t gone into gross polymer crud like Safariland. I tend to use DeSantis while waiting for a higher end semi-custom holster to arrive.

      But definitely not sexy, and usually somewhat less of a direct ripoff of someone else’s design like a Certain Other Company.