Versacarry “Zero Bulk” Concealed Carry Holster

Above, a look at both sides of the Versacarry, used with a Ruger SR9c 9mm Luger (9 x 19mm) and an IJ-70 Makarov in .380 ACP.



Back in 2010, a fellow by the name of Justin Sitz had a personal tragedy: his house caught fire and was reduced to a pile of smoldering rubble, taking his German Shepherd with it. His home gone, he decided to live in a little travel trailer while it was rebuilt. He had a Ruger LCP and a Sig Sauer P238 and was frustrated in finding what he wanted for concealed carry. Justin wanted an inside the waistband carry system that wasn't bulky: a system that was simple, secure, and effective. The result was the “VERSACARRY.” It is simple, durable, inexpensive, and works.

Made in the USA, in Texas, the Versacarry sell for $24.99. It comes in eight different sizes, three for the .32 - .380 handguns, four for 9mm - .45 ACP chamberings. It is ambidextrous, works the same if you add a few of the usual accessories, and is very easy to use. I tested the Versacarry with several handguns, including the Ruger and the Markarov shown above. The Ruger SR9c is used with the "9mm Luger - 45 ACP" S or small, while the Makarov is used with the "9mm Luger - 45 ACP" XS (extra small). Sizing suggestions can be found at .

When new products work exactly as promised and work extremely well, they deserve to be recommended. That's exactly the case with the Versacarry . . . and it is highly recommended for a low-bulk, economical, inside the waistband carry solution.

Copyright 2012 by Randy Wakeman. All Rights Reserved.







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