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We have just finished making a new holster for the LCP with Crimson Trace Laser, that serves multi purposes. It features a fully adjustable cant to wear in- and outside the waistband. This will also allow for cross drawing either left or right side, inside or outside the waistband.
It's a very versatile holster. Another feature is the retention strap. It has a snap on each end and can be completely removed if you wish.
 

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That is a very nice looking holster. I have been looking for a inside or outside waistband holster for the LCP. Also one that works with the laser and left handed. Very cool, I will be ordering it once I get my laser and some more spending money.
 

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velvalco said:
how much are they, where can i order, and do you make them for lcp's without the laser?
Please visit our website www.gun-works.com you should get plenty of information.If you are looking for the "New Versa Style Holster" drop me an email with your info.
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I ordered this holster a couple days ago, it already came in today! What a work of art! A great value as well, I wasn't expecting such nice, thick leather. I also like how the reinforcement leather at the top of the holster is used to hold the hardware (snaps/threaded pivots) in place so they don't contact the gun. The top strap can just be removed completely if not wanted- which is also nice. I'm very pleased with this product! I would like to add I am under no incentives from the nice folks at gun-works- but I can tell you they make an excellent, top-quality, handmade holster, and I am positive this won't be the only holster I order from them!
 
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I too purchased one of these rigs, first it was sent and arrived amazingly fast. It is very well made of very heavy/thick leather. I have just played a bit with it and while clearly comfortable and sturdy it is a thick package although it conceals well. Looks like it offers many options for carry too. I'll have to live with it for awhile, I've been using a SuperFly which works very well for pocket either pants or jacket but did want something that offered IWB and must stress this rig gives one several choices. Not cheap but I'd say my first impressions or still that this holster is quite the "value" I will drop back on by in a few months for a bit more on this Versa Rig.
 
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To continue, the Tennessee Holster Company does make a fine holster. True for me this is not my preferred carry for the LCP as it's a very small pocket pistol. In the cooler weather since I normally have a jacket I much prefer using the SuperFly in a pocket of my leather (usually) jacket, however, I did want the option of belt carry even if I'm not sure why. I went with the Versa for the C/T set up. (http://www.Tennesseeholstercompany.com) and have used it both SOB and standard IWB strong side. It is set up so one can use in a number of configurations (duh Versa) and can even be a pocket holster but it's pretty thick for jeans. It costs a bit $69.95 yet, I would still say it's quite a value as it is very well made. There is a valid point if one is going to carry a pocket pistol, why not just use your pocket? This rig is plenty thick leather so to be honest it's not much smaller than my Kel Tec PF9 (ArmaLaser) in the Don Humes IWB. However, isn't having way too many holsters a requirement? For my style I didn't really need it, I might change my mind over time but the SuperFly seems to be my choice 95% again, the Versa is a well thought out belt rig that is rather versatile to say the least. One can change sides with the belt clip easily so seemingly it will work IWB or OWB strong side draw, cross draw or SOB as well as adjust the cant per preference and a removable retention strap, my Versa holster screams quality, from the leather to the stitching to the design.
 

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So I looked at the website on these Versa holsters and I was wondering how the cant is adjusted. Also I was wondering if the LCP fits slightly snug or is the strap needed the majority of the time depending on a persons actions/movement?
 

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...I don't use the strap. Nice to have, however, if your carrying in a very athletic situation...biking, hiking, etc. The paddle swivels on the upper retainer. The retainer is adjusted/tightened with a hex wrench. It can be switched t the other side of the holster, thus the RH/LF - IWB/OWB flexibility. I have the CT model and it fits snugly...not a prob.

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