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Caution: Unload your pistol before practicing your draw.
ALWAYS make sure your pistol is seated properly in your wallet holster BEFORE putting it in your pocket.
NEVER carry anything else in your pocket with your pistol and wallet holster.
 
 

 

 
 
Wallet Holster Demonstration Videos


 NEVER holster your pistol while the holster is in your pocket.
 
 ALWAYS safely insert your pistol into the holster and insure that it is properly seated
 BEFORE PLACING THE UNIT IN YOUR POCKET.

PLEASE NOTE:  In the following video demonstrations you may see me holstering the pistol while the holster is in my pocket.  It was mainly for convenience and shortening the videos.  These videos were done 8 years or so ago and the pistol I was using was a first generation Ruger LCP.  The trigger pull on that particular pistol is long and is not light and I felt confident that it was safe to holster the pistol while in my pocket.  In recent years the trigger pulls on the Ruger LCP and some others have been modified by the manufacturers to be shorter and lighter. Due to those developments with the triggers, I no longer feel that it is wise to be holstering any pistol while the holster is still in your pocket.

I do not put my index finger inside the trigger guard while in the holster nor am I even close to doing so with any of the methods of draw demonstrated in the videos below.
 
 
  
This is a video demonstration of the drawing sequence from the Uncle George's Wallet Holster with a Ruger LCP to quickly extract the pistol
 from the wallet holster while in my hip pocket so that it is in position in my hand to bring it quickly on target. 
 
 

 
 This is a video demonstration of the Ruger LCP being drawn and reholstered using the
 Uncle George's Wallet Holster carried in my right hip pocket.
 
 
 

 
This is a video of several variations on the basic draw previously demonstrated. 
 One of these variations might just be the draw that will fit your needs. 
 
 

 
This is a video further demonstrating the draw with the trigger finger outside the pants pocket.
 
 

 
This is a video demonstrating the Two-Fingered Draw which I mostly use.
 
Video Demo
 
 

 
 CTL Holster demonstration
 
This video is a demonstration of the basic drawing technique using the Ruger LCP with the Crimson Trace Laser attached.
  It draws just as well from the Uncle George's CTL Holster as it does from a regular wallet holster without the laser.
 
 
 

 

Beretta Pico holster

 

This is a short video comparing the size of the Beretta Pico with the Ruger LCP, Bodyguard BG380 and the Kahr P380. 

It also shows the holster for the Pico and shows the Pico's extended magazine.  The draw is also demonstrated.

 

Video Demo 

 

 


 

Breaking in a holster

 

This is a video demonstration on breaking in a holster and an explanation of the need for breaking in a wallet holster.

  A faster method of breaking in a holster is explained and demonstrated.

 

Video Demo 

 


 

7 Round Magazine conversion

 

If your interested in converting your standard OEM 6 round magazine to a 7 round magazine without adding an extension

 to the magazine check out MagGuts.

 

MagGuts

 


 

This is a video demonstration of my Buffalo Hide Leather Bags that is on my Leather Bag page

 

Uncle George's Leather Bags

 



Caution: Unload your pistol before practicing your draw.

ALWAYS make sure your pistol is seated properly in your wallet holster BEFORE putting it in your pocket.
NEVER carry anything else in your pocket with your pistol and wallet holster.