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Discussion in 'Carry Issues' started by Dbuck, Feb 24, 2010.
What pocket holster have you found that works best with the Ruger LCP? Thanks for your input!
black hawk size 1
DeSantis Nemesis. $15 and works great.
I'll second that.
I'll third it.
Uncle Mike's #1 modified to hold an extra mag. Lousy pic but you get the idea, works well.
I'll 4th it...
I haven't read any of the other responses, but whatever you do, for the love of Mary, please DO NOT get a Desantis Nemesis.
(couldn't help myself, I uh, fifth that...).
Yup, it's the best.
I switch off between the Nemisis and a Grandfather Oak kydex holster. The kydex is obvious MUCH thinner, and has better retention. It still allows for a smooth draw though. I like to use the Grandfather Oak holster if I want to slip the gun IWB with the pocket clip as well.
the blackhawk is just like this one except it is made in America, instead of vietnam, like all of uncle mikes stuff is now.
Desantis Nemesis works well for me, I dont know if anyone has mentioned this one yet.
I bought a nice leather one from a holster maker on eBay for about $30. Very well made and comfortable to carry in virtually anything you wear.
This is the best pocket holster I ever owned:
DM BULLARD out of Texas
Another vote for the Nemesis. Carried a P3AT and a j-frame in one with excellent results.
I've got a Black Hawk for now, but will prob change over to Nemesis after I save up for the Crimson Trace.
I have the De Santis Nemesis for the Crimson Trace. Would not give it up for nothing.....
I really like my Uncle George wallet holster. Slim and comfortable, you can carry it in your front or back pocket.
Mika pocket holster. I admit I don't have one for the LCP (since I don't have an LCP), but they work superbly for my J frames and the Kahr PM9.
BTW, I met a couple who had moved to Alaska from Idaho and had previously worked in the Uncle Mike's/Blackhawk factory. Uncle Mike's had moved all their work overseas to save a fraction of a dollar, and Blackhawk bought the factory and makes some of the old UM items. The couple could tell which holsters they had made, as the stickers on the SERPA blister pack had changed some months before. They would point and say "There's one we made." Nice to have some things still made in the US. Related via the already mentioned good but not great Blackhawk pocket holster.