Blackhawk Mini Belt Pouch Holster

Priced: $33.99 Rated:   - 4 stars out of 5 by 4 reviews.
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Blackhawk Mini Belt Pouch Holster -
Keep your concealed weapon just that – hidden. The pouch takes on the appearance of a fanny pack, so fellow tourists will assume it's for your camera or other travel essentials. Top-loading pouch has a zipper that can remain open since the handgun stays hidden behind a hook-and-loop fastened flap. A separate pocket on center front carries keys, ID and change. Secures onto a belt via two belt loops. Loops fit any belt to 2" wide. Holds five-shot revolvers and sub-compact automatics. 100% nylon with tightly woven basket weave. Imported.
Dimensions: 8"L x 1-5/8"D x 5-1/2"H.
Weight: 0.3 lb.


  • Fits belts to 2" wide


  • Tightly woven nylon


  • Holds five-shot revolvers and sub-compact automatics
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Positive Reviews:

Better when Modified

I use this for both the Sig P238 and P938 but found it works better with a few modifications. To aid in opening it quickly I cut out a thin sheet of plastic, I used a three ring binder sheet lifter, to the inside of the outer wall. This stiffens it up considerably to allow easy and quick unzipping but since the gun is stowed in the inner half of the inside pocket it doesn't scuff the gun up. I also glued the front zipper in place just above the bend and removed the pull tab. This allows me to easily open and close the bag with one hand using the rear zipper and the bag doesn't tend to flex. Still opens plenty far enough to get the gun in and out of the inner half that has velcro on the top to keep it closed. I like stowing it there as I can still use the outer half for other objects such as a cell phone without exposing the gun when accessing. The outside pocket is not large enough for most smart phones so you need to use the inside to carry both. Without the plastic added to stiffen the bag it flexed too much to open easily one handed. Anything much thicker than the thin plastic though and the bag would be too stiff and bulky. Overall I like it as it's very handy but also inconspicuous.
tommy2wheeler at Cabelas on 02/13/2013

Worked well on vacation

Bought this holster for a specific purpose,a vacation.
I have tried a belly bag and didnt like it. Due to turning
and sagging. This one stays where belongs and while its not a quick draw holster, it does what its made to do.
Looks like a camera on your belt. No one seemed to pay any attention to it. My J frame was in the back part and cell phone and glasses the front. A good deep conceal in tourist country. also good for an LCP380, but my Taurus Millenium Pro 9 wont fit.
rayhiem at Cabelas on 10/31/2012

Blackhawks Mini belt pouch holster

I carry my sig 238, 380 ACP and two spare magazines in this belt pouch. It is very well made and it is much better than carrying my 380 in a pocket. It is not big enough for any thing much bigger than my 380 ACP, but it does a wonderful job for my 380. I'm very glad I bought it.
Noffie56 at Cabelas on 12/27/2012

Negative Reviews:

Smaller than you think

Photo makes it look larger than it is, look for a similar and cheaper camera case
MBEH at Cabelas on 10/01/2012