Cross Draw Seated Holster

(1 customer review)

$49.95

Azula Gun Holsters SeatedCross Draw holsters are a full length holster that covers the pistol completely so your front sight does not hang down below the holster.

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Description

Azula Gun Holsters Seated Cross Draw Gun Holsters are a custom leather Outside the Waist Band OWB Cross Draw holster for the Handgun of your choice from the drop down menu above in either Black, Dark Brown or Tan, Right Hand or Left Hand. Hand crafted from top quality leather to last a lifetime. The Azula Seated Cross Draw holster is designed to be worn with a belt up to 1.5″ in width. The back of the holster covers the top of the pistol slide with a full COMFORT SHIELD so it does not dig into you for additional comfort that is not found in many other holsters. Azula Gun Holsters Seated Cross Draw holsters are a full length holster that covers the pistol completely so your front sight does not hang down below the holster. A reinforced tab on the front of the holster stops any leather rollover and makes it easier to re-holster.

The Azula Gun Holsters Seated Cross Draw holster is designed for someone that wants fast access to their handgun while in a seated or sitting position. The perfect cant for use while driving a vehicle, riding a horse, riding a 4 wheeler or motorcycle and any seated position. Will work while in an upright position such as standing or walking but has more cant than a typical cross draw holster.

Additional information

Weight 10 oz
Color

Black, Dark Brown

Orientation

Right Handed, Left Handed

1 review for Cross Draw Seated Holster

  1. Dan (verified owner)

    Pros:
    The Crossdraw Seated holster is very comfortable to wear when seated or driving. Fast, direct access to firearm. Easily removed from belt if the buckle is on the right side. Leather breaks in and conforms to your body. Conceals nicely under a large shirt.

    Cons:
    Being leather, it eventually lessens its grip on the firearm. There is no snap strap to hold it in. It’s also at a flatter angle than the regular crossdraw. Do not try running or bending over to work while wearing the Seated Version of the Crossdraw. My gun has fallen out twice — once while trotting out the 50 yards to a target at the range and once while bending over to pick something up at home.

    Normal wearing — while shopping or any non-energetic activity — the holster performs wonderfully.

    I’m buying the regular crossdraw — which has a slightly higher angle — to see if holds my gun better.

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