Reviews of New Pocket Holsters

Pocket Holster Reviews


Small guns are useful because they can conveniently fit in anyone's pocket. Of course, carrying a gun in such a way without a good pocket holster is asking for a trouble. Nothing should ever come in contact with the trigger of your gun except your finger and this extends to loose change, cell phones, crumpled receipts from Taco Bell, pocket knives, or whatever version of iPod you are currently carting around with you.

The average pocket holster is small, inexpensive, and simple to use. Specifically designed to be wedged into the pocket of a pair of casual or dress trousers or a pair of jeans, these holsters serve to break up the imprint of your concealed pistol or revolver. Pocket magazine holsters are also available for those looking to carry extra ammunition. They often don't work so well for large caliber rounds, but for .380 - 9mm they tend to do the trick.

Below you'll find the newest pocket holster reviews which can help you determine whether or not the model you are interested in is effective, easy to use, and durable. You can find a particular pocket holster a bit faster by using the search function at the top-right section of this page.

Newest Pocket Holsters Reviewed

Horsehide Pocket Holster by Kramer Horsehide Pocket Holster by Kramer
Style55555
Durability55555
Concealability55555
Overall Value55555

Simple and effective, the Kramer pocket holster is made along the lines of others in the genre with the added benefit that it is made from extra durable horsehide. Available in both black and brown for small pistols and revolvers.

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Nylon Pocket Holster by Uncle Mike’s Nylon Pocket Holster by Uncle Mike’s
Style44444
Durability44444
Concealability44444
Overall Value44444

Expanding on their well-known line of nylon holsters, Uncle Mike’s introduced their own soft body pocket holster. Resistant to humidity from both the weather and the human body, this little holster offers a lot of value at a low price.

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PH-3 Pocket Holster by Del Fatti PH-3 Pocket Holster by Del Fatti
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While functionally the same as other pocket holsters, Del Fatti’s design is visually different in that it integrates pointed “wings” which work to help anchor the holster properly in the pocket when the gun is drawn. Available in three colors for both pocket pistols and pocket revolvers.

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PCH-R Pocket Holster by Milt Sparks PCH-R Pocket Holster by Milt Sparks
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One of the most popular revolvers on the market today is the Smith & Wesson J-Frame. Due in part to this fact Milt Sparks made the PCH-R specifically designed to carry this hammerless revolver as well as its Taurus variants.

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Leather Pocket Holster by Alessi Leather Pocket Holster by Alessi
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Lou Alessi brought the same level of precision craftsmanship to the table when designing his basic leather pocket holster as he did when creating his more well-known designs. Purpose built with a deep cutaway design that allows for a full grip on the gun.

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PCH Pocket Holster by Milt Sparks PCH Pocket Holster by Milt Sparks
Style33333
Durability33333
Concealability55555
Overall Value55555

When Milt Sparks set out to create his own personal carry holster, he didn’t know how popular the PCH would become. Considered to by many to be one of the finest pocket holsters in the world, it is certainly high quality. Of course, such quality comes at a price.

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