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Tuesday, December 27, 2011

DeSantis Quick Snap

On the Belt in Service
   Over the summer I purchased a Ruger LCP .380 pistol.  The intended use is to carry for self defense.  The  major reason i ended up with the LCP was the endless options in holsters and ways to conceal it.  The varity of holsters is partly due to the fact that the LCP is a Clone of the Kel-Tec P3AT.  I enjoy carrying the LCP because it is small,  no safety devices, and it is only 11.5 ounces, loaded! 
    When I got the gun it came with the DeSantis Nemesis Pocket Holster.  The pocket holster is nice because being armed or not being armed is very easy.  I usually run in it the Nemesis when i walk the dog.  The pocket holster does have some limits.  First, it is loose (still secure) in your pants pocket.  Second, in some of my pants the outline of the gun shows up.  Mainly the outline is visible through dress pants.  I was looking for a holster to fill the holes the Nemesis left, and i found it in the DeSantis Quick Snap. 
Backside View of the Quick Snap
    The Quick Snap is a small all leather holster.  I got off Ebay.  I got a good discount because it was a factory cosmetic Second, although i can not find the scratch.  A snap on the thumb break secures the gun while another snap secures the holster around the belt.  The snaps are heavey duty and will not fail.  The leather is of good quality and the stitching is top notch.  I can comforatably carry my LCP out side the waste band all day.  Access to the gun is instant.  I would recomend the Quick snap to any of you that own a Kel-Tec P3AT or Ruger LCP. 

2 comments:

  1. Blake, you got to, there are some sick bad people out there.

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