posted on August 14, 2012


Made in the United States, Versacarry is a carry and concealment system that provides the same function and retention as a more traditional inside the waistband (IWB) holster, without the bulky material or hefty price.

It consists of a plastic resin clip/frame and a barrel retention rod of Delrin—a durable plastic with natural lubricity. The user fully seats the gun onto the retention rod and then inserts the Versacarry with attached firearm into the desired position on the belt.

Versacarry is available for most popular calibers and in sizes to match most frame lengths—sizing guides and instructional videos are provided on the company’s website. Price: $25.

Contact: Versacarry, Sitzco, LLC; (979) 820-3267;


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