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The Professional
12-28-2006, 6:34 PM

Fellow Calgunners,

I have a slightly used Milt Sparks VMII that would fit a full size 1911. It is right handed and the color is black. $100 shipped.


Not often does a holster designed to serve more than one purpose achieve equal performance in all its intended functions. The VM-2 is the exception. The VM-2 is a strong side only, dual purpose, inside-the-waistband holster.

The belt loops on the VM-2 are interchangeable and are of the non-pivoting type due to the two point fastening system. With the snap loops installed, you have a flat, stable conventional IWB holster that will conceal most any handgun, even under the lightest of cover garments. The wide spacing of the loops located off the main body of the holster add stability and ensure that the butt of the gun will not shift even during the most rigorous activity. The spaced loops also result in a flatter holster profile by virtue of the loops not being stacked on top of the gun. This is most important when using the VM-2 in the shirt-tucked-in-over-the-top mode. By changing from the snap loops to the "Optional" Kydex clips you now have an IWB holster that will allow you to tuck your shirt in over the top of your pistol.

The optional, dual Kydex clips provide a pocket for your tucked in shirt and are designed to attach directly to the waistband of your trousers. The Kydex clips DO NOT attach onto the belt. A proper gun belt should be utilized over top of the clips, both to support the weight of the weapon and to help conceal the clips from the casual observer.
Available in either horsehide or cowhide. Shark trim is available at additional cost.

When purchasing the VM-2 for use primarily as a tuckable holster, use common sense in weapon selection for this mode of carry. Thick, full size, duty-type, semi-auto handguns and revolvers are pushing the limit of practicality of the tuckable feature. On the other hand, the Browning Hi-Power, 1911 and other similar type pistols even though they can be considered large, conceal easily under a tucked in shirt because of their flatness.