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Old June 23, 2021, 11:21 AM   #1
2cooltoolz
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LCP Driving Holster

Hi! Just thought I'd share a couple pics of a holster I received a couple days ago.

KB Leather driving holster made for a first generation Ruger LCP.
Tight, tight fit on the pistol and on my Galco 1 1/2" gunbelt. Used the plastic baggie method to break it in. Perfect now. I wear it crossdraw, as a true driving holster. Hides easily under an untucked T-shirt.

Ordered from KB Leather, online, sight unseen. It's a one man shop apparently and you can expect a 2 month turnaround. Made when you order. It costs $110. Not cheap, but find another like this!

I have no association with KB Leather, other than this single purchase, but I’m pleased!

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Old June 24, 2021, 07:14 AM   #2
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Looks quite functional and very well made-- but I'd definiely prefer it without the light contrast stitching.

Reminds me of car makers these days putting visible large red stitching on black seats in their "sport" trim line models!
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