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Safepacker Concealment Holster

The Safepacker Concealment Holster can be attached to a belt or pack, or carried as a clutch.

4/23/2013

Available in a variety of sizes to fit a wide range of handguns, the Safepacker Concealment Holster by Wilderness Tactical Products has a nondescript appearance yet allows surprisingly quick access when a dire situation presents itself.

Constructed of Cordura nylon with closed-cell foam padding, the Safepacker has a wide belt loop that secures with a hook-and-loop closure and can be attached to backpack hipbelts, car seatbelts and even wheelchairs. It can also be carried as a clutch or wallet, and Delrin D-rings allow the attachment of a shoulder strap or a key ring.

The Safepacker’s access flap can be opened without revealing the gun inside, and a Velcro-closure speedcut opens during the draw. Compartments in the flap and below the firearm grip area accommodate extra magazines or speedloaders and make the Safepacker a complete grab-and-go outfit that doesn’t require additional pouches. Price: $90 to $100 depending on color.

Contact: Wilderness Tactical Products, LLC; (800) 775-5650; www.thewilderness.com.

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4 Responses to Safepacker Concealment Holster

Al Yoder wrote:
May 25, 2013

I take it that those who think the price is too high either don't know about this product-no, it's not another of the dozens of ballistic black nylon sewn bags - or their choice in defensive handguns is Rossi revolvers and Hi-Point pistols. After all, you wouldn't want to pay for anything with quality!

TPM wrote:
May 09, 2013

No, these aren't cheap, but you get what you pay for. I have had mine for several years now and am very happy with it. It is very discrete and most people have no idea it is a holster which makes it ideal for concealed carry. A quality leather holster can cost at least as much. It also does a good job of keeping the firearm clean which can be an issue in dusty locations.

Mike Hancock wrote:
May 06, 2013

Way too expensive for my taste.

P Kersey wrote:
April 30, 2013

$90+ seems pricey?