LC9 Hybrid wallet holster

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    LC9 Hybrid wallet holster

    Hey all,
    Been a while since I poked my head in. I've been a very busy boy.
    Recently ordered me a Ruger LC9 and I once seen a Kydex/leather wallet holster online but now I can't seem to find it again. It basicly looks just like a crossbreed or kholster except its square leather with no clips. Anybody out there seen it or know what I'm talking about?

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    https://www.pagerpal.com/wallet.asp

    also try...the art of the hide and holdster.
    my bookmarks went south so this is from memory...FWIW
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    Thanks! Not exactly what I had in mind but you did show me something I'd never seen before...Is that safe having open trigger like that??

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    Nope. Not safe and in some states it's illegal. Check your state laws. I don't remember which ones but I do remember reading about a couple states that require license holders to carry in a holster that covers the trigger.
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    Hey sub: I have one of those "pager pal" wallet holsters for a 380. If you are familiar with "regular" holsters it takes a little getting used to but, all in all, I probably use it more than a conventional pocket holster. I have never found the trigger opening to be a worry--not sure what others are doing with their fingers in their pockets, but it is not a problem with me. If anything, I have found the front part of the holster to be a good stability spot for one of my non-trigger hand fingers in holding the firearm steady and straight within my standard grip ;the finger hole also provides additional stability--all of this is even more important with a small 380, where there is little grip based on firearm size. I do not expect to ever be in a "what if situation"(this self defense stuff is all about situational awareness first and foremost IMO) but the idea that if it starts to present itself, I am in a position to have something in my hand that will not automatically put the perp on guard that I have a firearm--in the dark it just looks like some form of wallet, when in fact it is my firearm enclosed in the leather sheath.

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