The Kingston Car Seat Holster allows gun owners to stow their gun in an accessible manner while driving. (Photo: DeSantis)
DeSantis’ Kingston Car Seat Holster expands its gun model fits, allowing more gun owners to pack heat while in the car.
The Kingston Car Seat Holster attaches to the car’s front seat, positioned between the legs of the driver. The holster design allows users to access their firearm while seated in the car. Boasting an ambidextrous design, the Car Seat Holster can be easily reached regardless of whether gun owners are right-handed or left-handed, according to Desantis.
“The Kingston Car Seat Holster easily straps on to the base of the seat with an adjustable nylon strap provided with your kit. The durable materials used in the design will last years and hold up under long use and changing weather conditions,” DeSantis said in a press release.
The Kingston Car Seat Hoslter also features an integrated mag pouch to stow a spare magazine.
DeSantis says the holster offers fits for a variety of gun makes to include Beretta, Colt, Glock, Heckler & Koch, Kahr, Kimber, Ruger, Sig Sauer, Smith & Wesson, Taurus and Walther pistols. MSRP is set at $59.
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