Undercover Large Ankle Holster

Undercover Large Ankle Holster
Item Number: 56052
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The Undercover Ruger Ankle Holster offers perfect concealment for law enforcement, outdoor enthusiasts, sporting individuals, professionals and concealed carry enthusiasts. This product is designed to perform during strenuous activities and offers extreme comfort throughout even the toughest periods of extended wear. The compact design makes it perfect for concealment under uniforms, casual or dress clothing. The genuine vegetable tanned sheepskin wicks moisture away from your weapon and offers extreme comfort at the same time. Professional grade Velcro hook and loop closure fits all leg sizes. The additional D-ring ensures that the holster remains firmly attached even during intense activities. Durable elastic and heavy duty stitching provide strength and durability. The large Undercover Ankle Holster fits the following Ruger handguns: LCR®, LCRx®, LC9s®, LC9s® with laser, SP101®, SR1911® Commander, 9E, SR22® with 3.5" barrel, SR9c® and MAX-9® (without optic). Right hand only. Made in the USA by Bluestone Safety Products.

This product is not currently available for sale to California customers due to requirements associated with the California Safe Drinking Water and Toxic Enforcement Act of 1986 (Proposition 65). For more information go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov

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Right hand only? 11/5/2019
This is my second holster. The second is the replacement. The first holster didnt make it a full month before the stitching around the D ring came loose. My main gripe is In the remarks, the description claims this holster comes right hand only. However it is actually left hand. If it were right hand. The snap would be on the inside not the outside as a true thumb break holster is so that you can break the snap with the right thumb as you go to grasp the weapons grip. Now i have to unsnap with my right hand then grasp the guns grip which is a total waste of time when it comes to drawing a back up weapon which is only meant for emergencies only. Hence back up weapon. I gave the holster away.
- W P, GA