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August 25, 2009 website publish date



Uncle George's Wallet Holsters  

I make black molded genuine leather wallet holsters for only the following pistols that I consider to work well with my style of holster. 
  I do not make wallet holsters for any other pistols other than those listed below.  No other pistols fit my holsters correctly.
I do not make a holster for the Glock 42 or the new Ruger LCP II.   Recently added:  Beretta Pico 
   M&P Bodyguard 380 with GREEN Crimson Trace Laser holster NOW AVAILABLE.  M&P Green Laser
Seecamp .25  .32 and .380  NOW AVAILABLE.

Ruger LCP owners:  My LCP holsters are  made only for previous versions of the Ruger LCP (1st and 2nd generation) and NOT the new Ruger LCP II

Right and Left-handed holsters
Ruger LCP (1st & 2nd Generation only.  2nd Generation I believe still available)  (No Ruger LCP II)        Seecamp LWS 25/32/380
   Taurus TCP    Beretta Pico    S&W Bodyguard BG380    M&P Bodyguard 380    Diamondback DB380 and DB9    Remington RM380    Rohrbaugh R9


Right-Handed ONLY holsters  Why? See FAQs


Kel-tec P-3AT       Kel-tec P-32       Kahr P380, CW380, CM9, PM9 or MK9 


 I make LASER wallet holsters for the  Ruger LCP,  Kel-tec P-3AT,  Kel-tec P-32,  Taurus TCP,  S&W Bodyguard BG380,  M&P Bodyguard 380, M&P Bodyguard 380 with GREEN Crimson Trace Laser,  Remington RM380, Kahr P380, CW380, CM9, PM9, or MK9 and Beretta Pico.   I do not make holsters for the green Viridian lasers.    See Gallery

 For some videos on my personal opinions and recommendations concerning some of the above pistols. Go here.

  Hello and welcome!  I’m Uncle George and I am a retiree from the University of Texas at Austin.  I'm 68 years old and have been a resident of Austin for 42 years and have been producing these holsters for 9 years now. (Profile)


  Some years ago on October 19, 1991 a 35 year-old man from nearby Belton,Texas drove his pickup truck through a window at a Luby’s Cafeteria in Killeen.  He then for the next 15 minutes took his pistol and proceeded to shoot and kill 23 people and wound 20 others inside the cafeteria unchallenged.  Walking slowly through the dining room he shot people randomly at close range as they hid underneath tables.  Some were shot as he placed the gun to their heads.  One lady, Suzanna Hupp, witnessed her parents being shot while her pistol, that she normally carried in her purse,  lay secure in the glove compartment of her vehicle in the parking lot.  After the arriving officers wounded him, he ended it by fatally shooting himself.


   This incident really bothered me as I have a wife and daughter that I treasure highly.  I couldn’t help    but think that if someone had been armed, as many of us are today, the outcome of the Luby’s Cafeteria incident would have been different.  A month after the incident I purchased a little .22 caliber semi-automatic Beretta.  After carrying it loose a week or so in my front pocket, hip pocket and coat pocket, I determined it would be better to have a wallet holster that would keep the pistol in position in my pocket all the time, cover the trigger and keep it from printing its outline through my pants.


  Back then there weren’t any wallet holsters available anywhere that I could find. So I made one out of some scrap leather from Tandy'sand some white wood glue.  It lasted for 18 years despite being dunked underwater twice when I stepped out of my boat into some deceptively shallow water.


  I carried the Beretta for a long time until the Kel-Tec P-32  became available.  It was much thinner and lighter and  fortunately it fit the wallet holster too so I carried it daily in my hip pocket for several years.


  When a good friend of mine introduced me to the little Ruger LCP, I saw that it was a perfect pistol for a wallet holster.  I got one and found that it didn't fit my old holster so again I made one.  It turned out a just a little different to make it fit the LCP but pretty much the same as the unique original half-holster design that I came up with back in 1991 only I sewed and glued it together.  I liked it so much that I decided there might be those that might like to have one just like it.

Wallet Holster Description
All my Wallet Holsters are made from genuine Hermann Oak cowhide.
It is glued and then lock-stitched using a heavy nylon thread.
They are vat-dyed with a black Fiebings Professional Oil Dye.
The back anti-print panel leather (8-9 oz.) is a little more than 1/8 inch thick.
The molded pocket leather (5-6 oz.) is about 3/32 inch thick.
The wallet holster is 5-1/4 inches tall and just 4-3/16 inches wide.
With a Ruger LCP holstered it's 1.1 inches at its thickest part.
Due to its construction it is a light weight holster at 2 ounces.

  All my wallet holsters are designed specifically to be carried in the hip pocket although a good amount of positive feedback indicates that there are some folks carrying them in their front pockets. In most pockets it should keep the pistol in position so that it will be where you expect it to be when there's a need to draw your weapon. Front Pocket Carry
  Pants should be chosen that have a deep enough hip pocket so that the top of the weapon is not revealed.  The edges of the wallet holster have been molded in a bowed shape to more mimic the shape of a wallet.
  A new wallet holster will have a tight fit at first but will soon loosen up with use.  This wallet holster is not meant to hold the pistol tight like other holsters that support much larger and heavier pistols that are commonly worn outside the pocket on the belt and elsewhere.  Its function is to keep a small lightweight pistol in your pocket in position to draw.  Experience has shown me that a tight fitting molded pocket holster is more difficult to draw without the holster coming out of the pocket with the pistol.  A slightly loose fit is better.  To holster the pistol, the holster should not be in the pocket.  The pistol should be safely inserted into the holster without exposing a hand to the bottom of the holster where the end of the pistol barrel is located and only after that put in the pocket. The combination of the wallet holster and your hip pocket will retain the pistol in its desired position.


  This wallet holster is thinner than most wallet holsters currently available.  Due to being constructed of only two layers of leather instead of two layers combined with a snap-on or sewed-on back anti-print panel as some pocket holsters are constructed, it is a little more than an eighth of an inch thinner. Comparison photos. The thin lightweight wallet holster combined with the bowed edges make for a comfortable fit in your hip pocket.  The wallet holster will soon mold itself more to your pistol and your rear-end.  Before long it is easy to forget that it is there in your hip pocket.  Pictured below is the wallet holster completely concealed in the back pocket of my Wrangler jeans.          

Photo below shows my wallet holster in my right hip pocket in my wrangler jeans.  I have since changed to Levi's 505 jeans.

Here's my collection of Feedback and testimonials on my wallet holsters.  
 To see more photos of all the wallet holsters I make and currently have available along with some brief commentary go to Wallet Holster Gallery.
 If you have questions or concerns not addressed in the information provided above please check out the FAQ section 
 Before making a purchase please be sure to read my Transaction Policies. 

 My Wallet Holsters may be different from what you're used to.  Before ordering please take a moment to check out the RIGHT or LEFT-handed wallet holster video to see what I consider to be a right or left-handed wallet holster.  Also please take another moment to receive some important detailed information concerning drawing with the PALM-IN or PALM-OUT technique
If you want to be a little more clear on how to draw from my wallet holsters check out the video demos page

 If you're interested in converting your standard 6 round magazine to a 7 round magazine without adding any length to the magazine check out  MagGuts .  This will allow you to add an extra round to your magazine and not cause the grip on your pistol to extend past the edge of your wallet holster.

  If you're a little apprehensive about purchasing a wallet holster online from me I have added a personal profile page and personal photos page to better introduce myself.  Hopefully you will find it helpful.  Profile

Wallet Holster Price is $45.00
plus $4.50 shipping and handling (not refundable)
Texas residents 8.25% state sales tax will be added.


                                                             Internet Sales Only

  To those in the Austin area, I must apologize for the inconvenience, but in order to keep my costs down and my holsters offered at a low price I have not established a local retail outlet and have chosen to sell my holsters only through the internet.  I do not sell at gun shows anywhere.  I have taken the time to provide on my website more photos and video demonstrations than most other holster makers on the internet in hopes that it is sufficient information for folks to make a decision to purchase or not.  Regrettably and understandably for some it is not enough information, however my shop remains closed to the public with no exceptions and I am not available for personal demonstrations. Thank you for your understanding. 
No International Transactions
  I am sorry but due to restrictions, shipping costs, expensive insurance, limited shipment tracking and delivery confirmation, refunding complications and a myriad of other problems, I only accept transactions from within the continental United States including Alaska and Hawaii.  I only ship to addresses within the continental United States including Alaska and Hawaii.  I do not ship to any United States territories such as Puerto Rico, Virgin Islands, Guam, Samoa, and the Mariana Islands.  I also do not ship to APO, FPO and DPO addresses.
 Uncle George's Wallet Holster website original publish date which includes the above product descriptions and photos on the above homepage and additional pages with product descriptions, photos and video product demonstrations, and the first public offering for sale of all the Uncle George's Wallet Holsters as described in the above text on this homepage and the additional product pages is August 25, 2009 and is documentally verifiable. 
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.