DeSantis Speed Scabbard for Ruger LCRs

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posted on June 24, 2014
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Drawing on its long experience in holstermaking for professional law enforcement users and on the success of its proprietary Speed Scabbard design, DeSantis Gunhide has produced a model for owners of Ruger’s LCR series of lightweight revolvers with 1 7⁄8" barrels. The U.S.-made holster is molded precisely enough that it does not require a tension adjustment or retention strap. It features a forward cant for traditional “FBI-style” strong-side carry with belts up to 1¾" wide. The LCR Speed Scabbard is made of unlined leather and is available in left- or right-hand versions in black or tan.

Price: $73.

Contact: DeSantis Gunhide, 431 Bayview Ave., Amityville, NY 11701

(800) 424-1236

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