M&P Shield .40 Sneaky Pete Holster (Belt Clip)
The M&P Shield .40 Sneaky Pete Holster has sewn belt clips which can accommodate a belt up to 1.75" inches wide. The holster is made of high quality soft leather, and when worn on the belt resembles a cell phone case. The advantage of this design is that it allows you to carry your M&P concealed, but with full and easy access. Now it's possible to wear whatever you want, whenever you want to. Don't dress around your gun anymore.
The holster is made inside and out of glove-quality leather, and uses two magnets to stay closed. Each holster is designed for your specific firearm, and the opening is made in such a way that you cannot accidentally place your finger on the trigger during draw. The Kydex insert ensures that a smooth, silent draw occurs every time.
The use of double stitching and steel rivets guarantees that this holster will last for years to come. All available options are listed above, and the holster can be ordered either with the belt loop, or optional belt clip. We design every holster to be as small as possible and still fit your pistol. The size of this holster is: 4.3" x 6.25" x 1.5".
This holster is designed to accomodate the 6 round magazine. If instead you need it to fit the 7 round magazine, you MUST choose "Pinky Extender" under options. If you forget to do this, any exchange you need witll require you to pay for shipping costs. Please double check before ordering.
"Have a good day, Sneaky Pete!"
Posted by Paul G. on Nov 8th 2013
I went to pay my monthly storage unit fee and after giving the man my check, I turned to leave and he said, "Have a good day, Sneaky Pete!" I turned back and he stood up, wearing a Sneaky Pete holster. We had a great talk about how much we love the holsters that people hardly look at. I've had mine for a few months and nobody has given a 2nd look at it on my hip. I live in the Houston, TX area and go to a local mall and grocery stores and I think most people think I'm protecting a mini-tablet.
Concealed, in plain sight.
Posted by Craig R. on Sep 26th 2013
I have both the brown and black versions of this holster, they are both well made. Have worn the holster in public, no one appears to know it is anything more than a large tablet holder (if anyone does know, they have not said anything). My own daughter thought I had turned hard-core geek, lugging around a tablet pc.
The magnetic closures make it really easy to open and access the pistol; drawing the pistol is relatively easy to do with a little practice.
A really great product. Side note: Customer service is really great!
Concealed Carry At Its Best
Posted by Wayne Freeman on Jul 25th 2013
This has got to be the best concealed carry holster on the market. It fits on your side great and is very well made. It is very easy to draw the weapon slides in and out good. I will be ordering more of these holsters for other concealed carry weapons.
Best Holsters around
Posted by Dwayne Maricle on Jul 24th 2013
I simply love it!! Sits on your belt just right. Well balanced, Hugs my hip, Just an excellent holster. I had been looking for a holster just like this for a while. Even had someone make me one. But SneakyPete holsters are of the best quality. Excellent craftsmanship!!! I can't describe just how much I like this holster!!
It's Not Against the Law to Carry a Huge Hip Case
Posted by Pannick on Jun 12th 2013
This holster is very well-made. The construction of the holster itself is very solid, and the magnets that hold it closed are strong enough that I'd feel comfortable wearing this in a knock-down situation. Same goes for the very springy belt clips.
The M&P Shield .40 fits wonderfully. The weapon won't move at all inside the holster. As an aside, I lent it to a friend who carries a compact Kahr 9mm, and this holster was a perfect fit. (Not sure which Kahr 9mm he has.)
The only drawback to wearing this is that it is quite large. I have had several people ask me what I was wearing on my hip. My canned response of "It's a case" staved off any further questions. But be aware that even though it's not illegal to wear a huge case on your hip, it may draw some attention.