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Sneaky Pete Introduces New Products for Everyday Carry

Sneaky Pete Holsters, the company who brought us clever concealment options for our favorite carry guns and magazines, is at it again with two new products to help you blend in regardless of what's on your belt.

The Sneaky Pete Pholster is a cell phone case built identically to the company's common handgun holsters.

Well known for making handgun holsters disguised as cell phone cases, people began to wonder if Sneaky Pete actually made cell phone cases. That's when the company decided to enhance the anonymity of their handgun holsters by making identical cases for cell phones, iPads and Amazon Kindles. The result is the Pholster, which is available at a price of $29.95 for a wide variety of phones and electronic devices starting Nov. 17. Pictured above, the Pholster maintains similar styling as Sneaky Pete's traditional handgun holsters.

Carry an extra 50 rounds of handgun ammo on your belt with the Sneaky Pete Arsenal.


Sneaky Pete also recognizes that we can never have too much ammo. Conveniently carrying an extra 50 rounds of ammo is now possible with the Arsenal ammo pouch. The Arsenal contains a removable plastic tray from which 50 rounds are stored right at your fingertips. Built specifically for .45 Auto, 9mm or .380 ACP, the Arsenal will be available starting Dec. 8, 2014 in black leather or ballistic nylon for $24.95.


For more on handgun holsters, subscribe to Guns & Ammo to read our monthly Carry Rig column about the latest trends in holsters.

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