Seecamp 32 - Aker "Express" Pocket Holster

This is a discussion on Seecamp 32 - Aker "Express" Pocket Holster within the Defensive Carry Holsters & Carry Options forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; I ordered the Black Rough Out version of the "Express" directly from Seecamp for about $50. I'm very impressed with this holster and it prints ...

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    Seecamp 32 - Aker "Express" Pocket Holster

    I ordered the Black Rough Out version of the "Express" directly from Seecamp for about $50. I'm very impressed with this holster and it prints identically to a wallet. It's very good for khakis and dress pants that I own that I have a hard time fitting other pocket holsters and guns in (Kahr P380 and Ruger LCP).

    The rough out texture is VERY tacky and the gun is very easy to draw. I can't imagine anyone actually pulling the holster out along with the gun. It's a struggle just to take it out of my pocket when I disarm.

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    Nice looking holster Now if only I could find a Seecamp somewhere in Western NY
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    Quote Originally Posted by DIABLO9489 View Post
    Nice looking holster Now if only I could find a Seecamp somewhere in Western NY
    - They're fairly available in CT nowadays. I actually saw a LWS380 for the first time a month or two ago. Unfortunately, I couldn't bring myself to spend $1000 on a .380 that I really don't need since I already have two .380's.

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    I found out this month holsters are an expendable product. My Seecamp slipped out of my wallet holster(another brand) on a test drive, and I didn't know it for about a half hour. The Seecamp has a queer shape, the only retention is the trigger guard. I have added some friction to the innards of my holoster to prevent that nightmare.
    I'm not a lawyer or a LEO, just a pantload with a computer.

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