M&P Shield Holster Orders: Since taking down our online ordering system we have had many requests for Shield holsters. As a result, we will take orders online for Inside the Waistband holsters for M&P Shields through the end of the year. These holsters will ship in January. If you would like to order one please do so directly here: IWB Shield Holsters. If you are interested in ordering anything else from us in the coming months, please contact us for availability. Thank you!
WE WILL BE OPEN from 9:00am to 5:00pm on Saturday 11/28.
Stop in for our Small Business Saturday Open House!
Holiday Hours Christmas: Open 12/24 from 9:00am to 5:00pm.
Closed 12/25 through 1/4.
**We apologize for the extended holiday closure this year. We are expecting a baby between Christmas and New Years and will be taking that time as a family to welcome our newest bundle of joy!
If we have an unexpected early delivery we will immediately update our voicemail and Facebook page to reflect the changes. If you are traveling from a distance later on in December to come see us, please call or click on our Facebook to ensure we are running normal business hours.
Please be aware that during the winter months we do not accept online orders. If you are looking to order a holster from us during this time please email or call us to verify ability to process your order. Check back in February for updates on when our online ordering system will be available.
This is a convertible pocket holster that can be used in either the front or back pocket. It features an anti print panel that faces out when worn to prevent people from seeing the shape. The anti print panel can be removed by removing the two Chicago Screws and then the holster can be used in the front pocket. The holster features a molded sight channel and a thumb press that'll give you a spot to put your thumb on when drawing to help keep the holster in place. On the smaller handguns this should fit most jeans and cargo pants but check the size before hand. The back panel is about 5.25" X 4.5". As with any holster you should practice at home with an unloaded weapon to get comfortable using and drawing from the pocket before you put it into duty.
The back panel is an excellent place to put some custom tooling. As with all of my tooling it is all done by first carving it, then tooling it in with various tools. I do not use stamps or embossers or anything that instantly stamps an image into the leather. This process is a more expensive way of doing it but in the end it is worth it and makes it one of a kind. The average price for a tooled back panel is 25.00 or so depending on what it is and if you provide the artwork or if I do. Visit our Pocket Holster Gallery to see more images.