The Beretta Nano 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 Nano 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.
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I purchased my Nano Sneaky Pete about 2 years ago and thought I'd pass along some thoughts and observations about this really wonderful product. Like most folks when I first began carrying concealed, I was very nervous - not so much about the firearm, as about the public at-large and how they would react to my carrying. Obviously, if the gun is concealed, they shouldn't know, but I walked around with an inside-the-wasteband holster, feeling like everyone just KNEW I was carrying. As I carried more frequently, I got more comfortable, but there were places (like the symphony or dinner at a nice restaurant) where I worried about printing and having someone comment and with a tucked in shirt, I was pretty much stuck with an inside the pocket holster for my Nano. Enter the Sneaky Pete! I purchased the black leather version, and haven't regretted it one bit. It's very classy, and although you would think it would be something that everyone would see and comment on, it actually seems to be all but invisible. It's amazing to me that most people never even notice this box hanging off my belt. It's dressy enough to go to the symphony or opera, or any dressy affair. It's comfortable (no more frame digs in my side, or uncomfortable pocket holsters), dressy, easy to put on and take off and access to the firearm is outstanding. I wear this thing every day, and in two years, there has been only one person to ever even mention the box on my hip - I was walking out of a restaurant with my wife, and a gentleman said, "Nice Sneaky Pete - what are you carrying?" He was a fellow Sneaky Pete user! One reviewer mentioned that he buys the ballistic nylon so it's not so obvious. Personally, I find the leather has so much more utility as it goes very well with dress slacks and shirt/tie. I also wear it with jeans and even while riding my motorcycle - it's that secure. I haven't found any clothing choice other than a dress suit (and I think with some tailoring, it would go well with that) that it doesn't work well with. The nylon seems to me would be more obvious in a dressy situation. I personally prefer the clips to the loops as it makes it easier to take off and put on. For me this has been very important, as the only real problem I've had with the Sneaky Pete occurs while driving sometimes. Occasionally, if the box is in the wrong position, the seat belt mechanism will press hard enough on the outside of the case that it ejects the magazine. This is obviously not good as it means that in a panic situation I'd be left with a single round until I re-seat the magazine. If I do wear it while driving, before exiting the vehicle, I do a quick check to ensure the mag is seated properly. For this reason, I rarely wear it while driving and the ability to remove it and put it back on quickly and without much fuss is important. One last thing - If you buy the clip-type SP, spend a little time experimenting with putting it on and taking it off, and have a little patience. The clips are tight when you first get it (which is good), and they'll gradually loosen a bit as you use it. Also, invest in a good, heavy gun belt. I just ordered a second SP to use with my Glock 30, a considerably heavier .45 caliber firearm with a double-stack mag. The Nano SP is just barely usable on a non-gun belt, but even it will wear out a dress belt in no time flat. The heavier, thicker gun belt supports the SP and the weight of the gun so that you don't have a buckle break while going up an escalator (ask me how I know about that!). A well-made gun belt looks good even with a pair of Dockers and a dress shirt, and will easily support the weight of your gun. One last quick comment - I also bought a magazine cover for the Nano magazine, and am happy with it as well. It keeps lint and dirt out of the magazine, prevents having rounds pop out while carrying it, and also protects other objects in my pocket from the metal. I think that covers it - this is a superb product and I can't say enough good things about it. Thanks to Sneaky Pete for the perfect carry solution for nearly every situation!
Works great for my Beretta Nano. Very well made and looks like an over sized cell phone case on my waist. Only thing I found a little awkward is the draw due to the shape. It does hold it secure and the magnetic cover stay put. All in all I am very satisfied with my purchase.
Works perfect for concealed carry and easy access to your weapon.
This holster enables a much wider variety of dress styles and eliminates the need for a dress shirt or larger pant size to allow for an IWB holster. The holster is made from very attractive and well-stitched glossy black leather and is held shut with powerful magnets that i cannot easily imagine opening up accidentally. The holster is somewhat larger than I had imagined (It is no cell phone case), but in reality is as small as it can functionally be. The nano is held snug so it does not bump around in the holster but is still able to be pulled free without a problem. This is by far the most comfortable way to carry in my opinion and has the added ability of being able to draw from a seated position, which can be very difficult with a IWB or pocket holster.
This Holster is just what I've been searching for the last year or so. I've tried other concealment holsters (inside the waistband, inside the front of the pants, etc.) but they never satisfied me. I am completely satisfied with this product. Keep up the good work and the "Good American Ingenuity"!