Bulldog Inside-The-Pants Cell-Phone Holster

Priced: $19.99 Rated:   - 4 stars out of 5 by 4 reviews.
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Bulldog Inside-The-Pants Cell-Phone Holster -
This holster saddles your waistband, providing a concealed, inside-the-pants holster with an inconspicuous, snap-close cell-phone pouch on the outside. It discreetly carries mini, subcompact and compact semiautomatics in the upright position for right-handed shooters (left-side crossdraw only). Fits cell phones up to 4-3/4"H x 2-3/4"W. Metal clip fits belts up to 1-3/4". Imported.
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Bulldog Inside-The-Pants Cell-Phone Holster Reviews:

Positive Reviews:

Excellant Concealed Carry Holster

Inside your pants is very much concealed to me. No accidental showing of holster or portion of weapon. The cell phone pocket is a bit tight, but you do not have to put a phone in there, it will hold extra ammo! I like it when wearing shorts. Just hang it inside your pants, throw on a t-shirt, ready for anything. I did remove the belt clip, which can be put back on if desired. I did practice pulling the holster out and drawing the weapon, works like a champ!
KSpat at Cabelas on 03/21/2012

great for concealment

This holster is very deceptive in its appearance. It fits very well.
paperknight at Cabelas on 12/17/2013


Works as stated could use a few improvements.
Slave936 at Cabelas on 10/29/2013

Negative Reviews:

Not a great idea.

So, every time I reach for my cell phone, someone could legitimately be concerned I am reaching for the gun peaking out the back of this thing. Sure, it mostly looks like a black pouch. Nobody walks around with a pouch like this, though, especially not on their hip. It will draw attention to your cell phone, with the gun sticking out the back of it. So, the thing intended to conceal carry calls attention to itself. If it doesn't, your phone ringing will. And if you answer in the wrong situation, someone would be justified in saying, "I thought he was reaching for his gun." Seems like the worst possible idea for a holster, and a great way to get shot.
ANDSOonANDSOforth at Cabelas on 11/08/2013