Just found a holster for my Ruger LCP

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    Just found a holster for my Ruger LCP

    Size 22-25K fits the Kel-tec P3AT so I imagine it will fit the LCP. **FREE shipping too**

    Compact Belt Slide Gun Concealment Holsters

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    Doesn't look very secure, bump the muzzle and the gun will be dumped right out. Hope it works out for you.
    There are plenty of holsters maker on the MEGA link here on this forum. Many have holsters for the Keltec P3AT and the LCP might fit or they have plans to make one exclusively for it. I have one from UBG for my Keltec

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    It looks like the belt pressure against the weapon would help retain it but like he said a short barreled gun gets the muzzle pushed up and it doesn't take much to force it out of the holster
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    Did you order it? If so let us know how it works out.
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    In my book...'Not Good'...OMO!
    Get a boned leather holster...it's going to be your 'next' purchase anyway.

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    I would look for a holster with better retention, that should have a strap with a thumb break or something to make it SAFE. IMO Even with the belt pressure I know when I get into a vehicle in the driver seat, the seat belt latch would push the gun up for me. I also have a Ruger LCP but would not consider carrying with this holster. Good luck.
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    A $20 holster is well.... a $20 holster. I'd pass on that particular one for the reasons others have stated.

    If it works for ya great! If it doesn't... you have your first holster for that dreaded "holster drawer" that everyone seems to have!
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    Here is a ankle holster that I found for the LCP.
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    "If ever time should come, when vain and aspiring men shall possess the highest seats in Government, our country will stand in need of its experienced patriots to prevent its ruin."

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    I have been using a Fobus paddle for both my P32 and P3AT. It has a tension screw which adjusts to provide the amount of tension you desire. I am pleased with that holster, and have not looked for anything different.

    As small as the gun is, if I do not want to wear it on my belt a pocket carry with holster does well.
    Pocket carry is not my favorite way to carry any gun.

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    Thanks Tx Husker Fan.... I believe I will be getting one for myself, looks like a well made and above all safe holster.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rottkeeper View Post
    Thanks Tx Husker Fan.... I believe I will be getting one for myself, looks like a well made and above all safe holster.

    I got it through WRB. Heres the website if you want one.

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    So has anybody found a good holster for the LCP. Looking for a stock OWB, leather?
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    Look at Robert Meco mecopocketholsters.com and Jim Powell at LeatherandStuff.net. Both make beautiful pocket holsters and Jim also has IWB styles. These are great quality and good prices, fast delivery.

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    I,m with the others that said it looks like it may not stay in
    when bumped on the bottom.
    But for $20 you can find out if you like to carry the gun on
    the outside of the belt .
    it beats spending a lot of money on a carry style you may not like,
    and if you do like it you can always buy a better one later
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