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Designed for Federal Air Marshals, the Sky Cop concealment holster is ideal for those who spend a lot of time sitting...either at a desk, in a car, on a train and, yes, even on an airplane.

Imagine what's its like to sit on a plane for 6-10 hours a day knowing that you are the only person on board who should have a weapon. That if another person presented a weapon it could be a life and death battle. That's a lot of responsibility and thank GOD there are men and women who step up to the plate to do it!

Now, think about the reality of carrying a full-size combat handgun with you 6-10 hours a day, 4-5 days a week! Especially if you are sitting on an airplane, for 3-4 hours a flight, getting up and out of the plane and then boarding another plane home.

There's no way you could wear a conventional hip or kidney carry holster and be comfortable much less be able to draw the handgun with the least amount of effort! This unique cross-draw design allows you to wear the holster high...with most of the gun sitting above the belt line. THIS is what makes it so comfortable and desirable for the TSA and other transportation law enforcement personnel.

The Skycop is a cross draw holster designed to accommodate most large and mid framed auto loaders and small frame revolvers. It is detail molded from premium grade saddle leather. Holds your gun high, off the belt line for added concealment and comfort when sitting. The Sky Cop will accommodate belts up to 1.5" wide. Features an adjustable tension device for added security. Available for right and left-hand shooters, Black unlined leather.
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