Folding wallet hoster?

Folding wallet hoster?

This is a discussion on Folding wallet hoster? within the Defensive Carry Holsters & Carry Options forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; I was wondering if anyone knew of a folding wallet holster? I'm looking for one for my PSA baby browning. I bought one that is ...

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    Folding wallet hoster?

    I was wondering if anyone knew of a folding wallet holster? I'm looking for one for my PSA baby browning. I bought one that is too big and fills my whole pocket. Definitely doesn't look like a real wallet size wise and someone who knows guns may realize that I'm carrying. I'd like to have a small folding holster to hide print and look like an authentic wallet. I'm guessing someone makes one somewhere. Thanks!


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    They are no longer made, they are illegal to use. There are a few that pop up on Gunbroker at times. They ARE legal to own, but illegal to use.

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    Wow I wasn't aware of that. How about a small regular wallet holster?

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    I had a friend who worked a one man night traffic unit. He had one built into a custom leather citation book cover that held a .22 mag derringer. He always approached with his ticket book in his hand.
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    Cool

    http://www.gunbroker.com/Auction/Vie...=189581552#PIC

    I have one of these for my Beretta 950 .25 cal. that I got back in the early 80's. It works well and I can fire a full mag in one go without malfunctions.
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    Anything you can fire through like that is now illegal to use or carry.
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    Actually it is illegal only if you do not have the proper paperwork and tax stamp. It is a NFA weapon under federal law if the firearm is in the holster. The holster in an of itself is just a piece of leather.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 1 old 0311 View Post
    They are no longer made, they are illegal to use. There are a few that pop up on Gunbroker at times. They ARE legal to own, but illegal to use.
    Not necessarily illegal...this wallet holster is completely legal... http://unclegeorgeswalletholster.com/default.aspx

    So is this one... http://www.pocketholsters.com/Ruger_...wallet_ho.html

    And this one... http://www.andrewsleather.com/pocket.htm

    But this one would be illegal... http://gunnersecurity.com/holster-Kel_Tek_wallet-1.htm

    Now read this...
    Wallet Holsters & ATF Regulations
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    The Bureau Of Alcohol, Tobacco, & Firearms (ATF) has decided that the Wallet Holsters which allow the gun to be fired while it is still in the holster, are now considered "Any Other Weapon" (AOW) The description of AOW is a device that is designed to not look like a firearm and yet fires a bullet. So the concept is that because it looks like a wallet and mugger may percieve it as a wallet as you are shooting him, the ATF thinks they should demand a tax on it. The tip up Berettas, the Seecamp, several other pistols, have holsters specifically designed for them.

    Now if you obtain one, you have to take it to a Class II manufacturer who fills out the appropriate paperwork and registers the weapon/holster combination as an AOW. The next step is to get the signature of a local law enforcement officer (Chief of Police or Sheriff), then get fingerprinted and send the whole thing off to ATF, along with (2) photographs of yourself, and $ 5.00 to cover the tax that is due.

    In a few months, they will send you a tax stamp that says you can own it. Now you go back to the Class II guy and pick it up. If you plan on carrying it on your person, make sure you have a copy of this documentation with you at all times. Each state has specific laws governing the ownership of these devices so you better check first to make sure you can legally own it before you plunk down your hard earned dollars.

    The paperwork is larger and harder to conceal than the gun! If you cannot find a Class II manufacturer in your area, the only alternative is to "make your own" AOW. This will cost you a whopping $ 200.00 to obtain the tax stamp. You cannot take possession of the gun and holster combination until you have been approved and have your stamp.

    If you really want one of these holsters, do your homework and check it out for yourselves. A Federal Criminal Charge is something most people can do without!!!!!!
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    Yeah I wasn't looking for one to fire out of but rather more of the size of the gun and possibly folding so you couldn't see the top in my pocket. The zipper one looks good but they don't make it for a small baby browning

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    That's what I'm looking for. I'll need a smaller scale for my smaller gun but I'm emailing them to see if it's possible. Thanks

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