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Craft Holsters Sig M11-A1 Compatible Holster - Ankle Gun Holster

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Craft Holsters Sig M11-A1 Compatible Holster - Ankle Gun Holster

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No Universal Holsters - Custom Made Specifically For Your Gun

Excellent carry option for small weapons that offers deep concealment. Ankle holster is held in place solidly by the Velcro leg straps. This custom holster is designed for ankle carry. The holster is made of layered functional nylon and it is a result of fine hand work of our craftsmen. Just like other ankle holsters on our offer, the Ankle Gun Holster is ideal mainly for secondary carry. The holster offers excellent concealment mainly for smaller handguns. However, the holster can be custom made to fit even full-size handguns. The way in which this holster is made secures a perfect, glove-like fit for your handgun. The holster provides deep concealed carry, high carry comfort as well as high security.This ankle holster features durable stitching and construction. The removable thumb break strap boosts the holsterâ€s retention and fully secures your gun when holstered. The ankle holster also offers great stability. It will sit firmly on your leg thanks to the two adjustable Velcro straps - one needs to be fastened under the knee, the other around the calf. The leg straps can also be customized in case you need a bigger size. In case you are a right handed shooter, you will be carrying the holster wrapped around your right leg (the holster will be facing outwards). In case you are a left-handed shooter, the holster needs to be strapped to your left leg (again facing the outward direction).This ankle holster is hand made, custom fitted to your gun make. The custom fit is secured by the holster being built on the exact replica of your handgun. This ankle holster is available in black color and for both right and left-handed shooters.Note: The default size of the lower strap is 15" and the upper is 16".

Craft Holsters Sig M11-A1 Compatible Holster - Ankle Gun Holster

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