This Kydex holster from eBay fits both the Kel-Tec P3AT and the Kel-Tec P32. So, if you are interested in pocket carrying either of those extremely concealable handguns, then this is a great option for you. Plus, it will only cost you about $12.50.
Because, this is a holster meant for concealed carry, I will talk about the following characteristics: concealablity, comfort, speed and retention, safety, and quality.
First, concealability. This microscopic holster brings my Kel-Tec P32 to a maximum thickness of 0.950″. The gun is about .750″ thick in most areas. Being how this holster only covers up the trigger area, bulk is only added in the trigger region. With a 3″ lope of 550 paracord tied to it, the weight of this holster is 0.56oz. As you would probably agree, this amount of weight is not easily noticed. It barely adds anything to your E.D.C. “loadout”.
Since, you can probably guess that comfort is not an issue with this item, I shall just move to the speed and retention. This holster keeps a strong hold on the gun that it is attached to. It makes an audible noise when attached and detached. Removing this holster requires a very deliberate action. You don’t need to worry about it coming off in your pocket or in a bag with other objects, for that matter. When drawing from the pocket, its fairly fast but not as ideal as carrying inside the waistband. Depending on the shape of your pockets and the activities you are doing when you need to draw, the gun may have shifted around from its usual position. This makes drawing inconsistent and slower. But, once you remove your gun from your pocket, you will just need to rip away the holster and then take action against any threats.
Safety with this is simple. This trigger guard holster provides dependable, complete coverage of the trigger in order to prevent accidental/negligent discharges of the host firearm, during carrying. This thing is relatively rigid and keeps its shape well, just as Kydex tends to do.
I bought this holster off of eBay approximately 4 months ago so I have gotten some mileage out of it. There isn’t much to go wrong. It’s just a piece of Kydex thermoplastic with a brass grommet and a paracord lanyard. The account that sells this one is from an account named jeltecholsters and they apparently make these holsters here is the United States. I’d imagine these are made in a garage. At any rate, this holster is still going strong.
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