Product Preview: DeSantis Hidden Truth Holster

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posted on October 8, 2019
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The Hidden Truth holster, from DeSantis, is designed specifically for appendix carry, with an integral magazine pouch. Constructed wholly from Kydex, the holster is adjustable for both height and cant. “C” clips come standard, while “J” clips can be ordered as an additional option. The Hidden Truth holster is currently available in black, in both right- and left-hand configurations, for six different models and configurations of SIG Sauer pistols, and eight different Glocks. For more information on this $60 daily-carry option, please visit desantisholster.com.

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