Tag Archive: Vedder Holsters

Mar 29

Vedder Holsters LightTuck Kydex IWB Holster for Sig P365

This holster review from the Guns & Stuff channel gives us a look at the Vedder Holsters LightTuck Kydex IWB Holster for the Sig P365. Vedder Holsters LightTuck Kydex IWB Holster: Adjustable Ride Height Adjustable Retention 30° of adjustable forward AND reverse cant allows you to wear your gun in a multitude of positions including the …

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Mar 07

Vedder Holsters LightTuck Kydex IWB Holster with Claw

A holster review from the Jay Beckerich channel. In this review, Jay gives us a look at the Vedder Holsters LightTuck Kydex IWB Holster with Claw. The Claw is designed to make contact with the back side of your belt and pants, pulling the grip of your gun closer to your body. The holster shown was built for …

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Dec 21

Ruger LCP II Holsters (IWB, Pocket, Ankle)

From The Goat Mumbler channel, a look at several Ruger LCP II holsters, including IWB, pocket, and ankle. The holsters shown are from Uncle Mike’s, Galco, WRB, DeSantis, Ruger, Sticky Holsters, Vedder Holsters, N82, and UnderTech UnderCover. <span data-mce-type=”bookmark” style=”display: inline-block; width: 0px; overflow: hidden; line-height: 0;” class=”mce_SELRES_start”></span>  

Sep 08

Vedder Pocket Locker Holster for Ruger LCP II

Evan Brune from Shooting Illustrated gives us a look at his EDC gear, including a Ruger LCP II in a Vedder Pocket Locker Holster, and a Blackhawk CQB/Rigger’s Belt. Vedder Pocket Locker Holster: 100% Trigger Guard Double Sided Extended Slide Guard Sweat Resistant Molded from a Single Sheet of Kydex® 30 Day Risk Free Trial …

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Jul 10

Vedder Holsters LightDraw OWB Kydex Holster for Glock 43

From the Humans4Targets Channel, a review of the Vedder Holsters LightDraw OWB Kydex Holster. The LightDraw is available for a large selection of handguns. The holster shown was built for a Glock 43. Vedder Holsters LightDraw OWB Holster: Durable .080 Kydex® designed to hold up to the most extreme conditions and wear that is hand …

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