Built to the same standards as the rest of its line, the Sneaky Pete Arsenal allows you to discreetly carry an extra 50 rounds of ammunition on your hip. Made from high-quality black leather, the walls of the Arsenal have been reinforced in order to support the weight of your favorite ammunition. The portable case utilizes a single spring-steel belt clip for retention and two pairs of rare-earth magnets to keep the front flap secured. Each Arsenal is specifically sized and comes with an empty plastic cartridge tray for use with .380 ACP, 9 mm Luger, .40 S&W, 10 mm Auto or .45 ACP ammunition. Price: $30. Contact: sneakypeteholsters.com.
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