The DeSantis Top Cop 2.0 Holster

The DeSantis Top Cop 2.0 Holster
Gene DeSantis handbuilt the first DeSantis GunHide holster at his kitchen table over 40 years ago. Since then, the company has become a global enterprise, utilizing the latest technologies. DeSantis holsters are used by elite law enforcement agencies and the U.S. military. And skilled craftsmen still construct DeSantis holsters by hand in the United States.

The Top Cop 2.0 holster, which is one of the company’s top-selling holsters, features an adjustable tension device and a reinforced opening for easy one-hand holstering. The leather is molded to flawless detail. The rugged polymer paddle is adjustable for cant, and it locks down securely. A twin-slotted synthetic belt attachment is sold separately. The Top Cop 2.0 is offered for Browning, Colt, Glock, Kimber, Para, SIG SAUER, Smith & Wesson, Springfield, and Taurus handguns, and it comes in black or tan, for right-handed or left-handed shooters.


For the last several weeks, I’ve been using the Top Cop 2.0 to carry my SIG SAUER 1911 Ultra Compact pistol with a 3.3-inch barrel, along with a DeSantis single-stack magazine pouch (sold separately). The Top Cop 2.0 is a fine rig. The quality of craftsmanship is impeccable, and the holster fits the pistol perfectly. Drawing and holstering the pistol are fast and smooth.

MSRP: $74.99,

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