Del Fatti Leather
The LP type holsters ride outside the belt and are secured to the belt by either slots cut into the wings of the holster or by belt loops formed with a tongue of leather.  The LP-HTL leather tongues are screwed to the holster wings just below the belt.  The LP type holster makes a very good general purpose concealment holster.  Some people with very narrow waists (usually under 32 inches or so) might find that the wings bind the weapon because they are pulled in to the waist so abruptly.  Those people might be better served by an SLP design.
LP
LP -   The holster attaches to the belt by two slots in extended wings in front of and to the rear of the weapon, which pulls the holster closer to the body.  Prices start at $180.00.



LP Shark Trim
LP-HTLAnother LP variant.  This system enables the holster to ride as low on the belt as possible and the deeper wings work to stabilize short muzzle pistols a little better that the LP-QS. Prices start at $190.00.
LP-HTL Shell Cordovan with black sharl
LPS with Shark collar
LPSI designed this holster as a combination of the LP-HTL and the LP-QS double snap (discontinued).  It also draws on the belt loop concept of Tony Kanaley's Axiom.  The snaps on the front of the holster allow for quick mounting and dismounting from the belt. They are arranged in pairs to provide some redundant security and also prevent any outboard rotation of the loops when being worn. The holster rides as low on the belt as possible and the deeper wings work to stabilize short muzzle pistols a little better than the LP-QS. Prices start at $210.00.

LPS with shark trim
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