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Talon Training Group Ruger LCP/Kel-Tec P3AT Wallet Holster Review

Discussion in 'Handguns: Holsters and Accessories' started by aliasneo07, Apr 18, 2010.

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  1. aliasneo07

    aliasneo07 Member

    Feb 1, 2009
    Hey guys. Wanted to do a review because I LOVE this holster and I dont see it get a lot of press.

    This is the Talon Training Group pocket holster for either the Ruger LCP or Kel-Tec P3AT. Talon Training Group is located out of Tallahassee (sp?) FL. This is a custom leather holster. I've tried 3 different holsters for my LCP and this one is by far my favorite. I apologize in advance for picture quality. My sister took the camera so I was left with my phone...which is still 5Mpxl so they are okay.

    Here is a picture of the front of the holster. Fit and finish is great. The leather is very good quality, as is the stitching.


    Here is a picture of the back: It does its job keeping the holster in the pocket.


    The feature I like most about this holster is that the part that holds the pistol is held onto the backing only by stitching at the bottom. This allows you to get a proper grip and index your trigger finger alongside the pistol as you draw. Other custom leather holsters do not allow proper grip when drawing.


    Finally here is a picture of the gun in the holster. It fits almost flush even with the finger extension. It doesn't scream gun at all. Just looks like a wallet.


    Other advantages of the holster: If you're a big guy like myself, you have large pockets. One problem I had with the Desantis Nemesis and Uncle Mikes is that even though its made of tacky material, many times I would draw the pistol and the holster would come right out with it. Thats not good. This holster eliminates that. And this holster does not print like a pistol at ALL. It just looks like a wallet. I keep mine in my front pocket but its designed to be worn in either your front or your back pocket.

    This holster is also very attractive. I got mine in black, but its also available in brown which looks VERY nice.

    Price is $62.00, or if you buy it with the Crimson Trace Laserguard its $223.00. Value is in the eye of the beholder. To me it was well worth the money.

    As mentioned it is available in black or brown for the Ruger LCP or Kel Tec P3AT with OR without the crimson trace laser.

    I highly recommend it.
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