The Safepacker is a unique holster that carries a gun and extra ammunition in a compact, protective package that appears to be an unthreatening fanny pack when worn. Constructed of durable Cordura nylon with neoprene padding, it is divided into three different sections: a gun section that, depending on the model, will accept a pistol with attached tactical light; an ammunition section that allows carry of 1 double stack or 2 single stack magazines; and a hidden document section concealed on the protective flap. The side of the holster connects to the body with Velcro, making it easy to push the gun through for a faster draw. Attaches to any size belt, and includes protective flap with Delrin quick-release buckle.
Fits Colt Mustang and Pony, Kel-Tec P32 and P-3 AT, Beretta Tomcat and Bobcat, NAA Guardian, Seecamp LWS
Holds handgun and one spare magazine (not designed for magazines with extended floorplates)
Inner core is closed-cell neoprene padding
Outer flap has a hidden side-access document compartment with a hook and loop closure
Outer flap secures with an adjustable strap with a delrin buckle
Wide, reinforced belt loop on the back wraps around and secures with hook and loop
Retention strap on the top
Right hand means a right-handed shooter. If carried in the hand, the Safepacker is carried in the support side hand and accessed with the dominant hand
The firearm is not drawn upward when the outer flap is open, the firearm is drawn foward, toward the target. The seam at the barrel of the firearm is held closed with hook and loop and is then "torn" open as the firearm is presented
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