Tuff Products I-Tuck Holster

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posted on January 21, 2014
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This new dual pouch, in-the-waistband holster system from Tuff Products allows small defensive pistols to hide in plain sight. The external pouch is designed to hold a wide variety of smart phones and is held firmly in place by a spring-steel belt clip. The in-the-waistband pouch tucks down below the belt line to fully conceal a small pistol. Lifting the holster's cover flap provides easy access to a phone. A smart, upwards tug on the cover flap quickly lifts and reveals the grip of the pistol when the gun needs to be drawn. The I-Tuck will be available in two models, for pocket-sized semi autos or J-Frame revolvers, in black or coyote tan, with additional color options on the way.

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