UTG Tactical Ambi Belt Holster Black
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  • Ambidextrous, quick-draw belt holster
  • Constructed of premium synthetic material
  • Law enforcement quality Velcro and snap-on systems
  • Fully adjustable and full protection

The UTG Ambi Belt holster is an ambidextrous holster with quick-draw capabilities. Constructed of premium synthetic material, this holster is fully adjustable and provides full protection. The padding is great for securing and protecting your pistol.

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one size fits most smaller handguns Reviewed by Joshua Bigelow on Sep 30, 2015   5 out of 5

I can fit my Smith and Wesson SD9 and Heritage Rough Rider .22LR single action revolver into this holster with no problems as the holster is very much adjustable and can be attached to a wide variety of belts and tactical vests. As with most holsters that are made to fit a wide variety of handguns it will not fit as well as a holster that is made only for your model but it will do the job acceptably. Only issues I had with the S&W SD9 was that the magazine pouch barely fits the magazine but it still works acceptably, also when the SD9 is inside the holster the trigger and trigger guard are covered by the holster which for me is OK because the S&W SD9 along with other clones of the Glock 9mm do not have a standard safety as its built into the trigger so having the trigger covered by the holster helps me feel safer as it reduces the risk of accidentally shooting myself but some of you will not like that as it takes just a tad bit longer to unholster the handgun with your finger on the trigger.

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