Discussion in 'Handguns: Accessories, Holsters, and Optics' started by sig228, Aug 26, 2016.
-Safety is no accident, unless you accidentally leave the safety on when you intend to shoot.
IJS, that might be the best thing to do since they are probably more versed in their product than random guys on the internet.
But 73's comment makes sense so the flap wont get in the way of the draw.
Its cut low on the other side. No flap.
That said, if more leather is cut away in the handle area I would say right-hand. The ammo pouch is on the inside against the body to avoid printing.
similar to a pocket holster I threw together for my NAA.
However, I've found pocket and ankle holsters are frequently easier to draw from if the butt is pointed forward; I can slide my fingers between the butt and the holster and get a grip easier than trying to pinch a grip and tug it out.
Bullard leather has one that is a lefty, looks like mine.
Regardless though, its a great quality holster. Very happy with it.
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