Your choice of colors for the two layers of kydex. Many color options available.
Please contact us prior to purchase for any additional customizations or light/laser options prior to purchase.
Neptune Concealment's dual layer inside the waistband Kydex holster for the Samp;W Mamp;P 4" M2.0 Compact 9mm, with light/laser bearing added to mold. Handmade by veterans in the USA. Gemini series. Every holster we make is handmade and may be a little different from holster to holster. The pictures you see are our pictures but may not be pictures of your actual holster. As you can see, we are very particular about leaving minimal machining marks. Holster may have some small blemishes/light scratches from production etc. We welcome custom orders, and please ask any questions before you purchase the item. Returns/exchanges are accepted, but buyer pays return shipping. No returns on custom orders (light bearings, special kydex prints, custom work). PayPal amp; ID Verified. We manufacture/sell/and use our own products, nothing is outsourced. With any issue you may have, you are speaking to a real live person in the U.S. who will be happy to help solve it. We want to build our business with you, but we can't do that without you! If you have any questions at all, we are an open door company and would be happy to help. Thank you for your business and Keep it Concealed. - Neptune Concealment
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