The Don Hume H710 was designed as a small, light strong side belt holster that works for concealment or general use. The H710 attaches to the belt using two belt slots. One slot is located directly behind the holster and the second slot is a trailing slot that is designed to pull the holster in tight to the body.
This design works very well worn strong side, or just behind the hip. It's one of Hume's most popular models, and has proven to be an excellent concealed carry, off-duty, or undercover rig. It is available in black and saddle brown and fits belts up to 1 3/4.
How to tell if they holster model you are interested in is in stock: On the dropdown menu out beside each holster, there will be a notification if the holster is in stock or out of stock. In stock holsters will be marked as "In Stock" and out of stock holsters will be marked as "Preorder: 30 to 90 day ETA".
Some commonly asked questions about the H710:
#1 - How far will the barrel of my pistol stick out below the holster?
That depends on the gun model you are using and how long the barrel is. As an example, a 3" 1911 would have about an inch sticking out the bottom of the holster, while a full size 5" 1911 would have about 3 inches of barrel sticking out the bottom of the holster.
#2 - How does this holster retain the handgun?
Like many of the Don Hume models that don't use a thumb break, the pistol or revolver is retained in the holster through the use of friction generated from a tight fit.
#3 - Can this holster be used with similarly made guns?
Yes in some cases. For example, the model of this holster made for the Glock 17, will also fit any other Glock 9mm or .40 caliber handgun as they are very similar in frame size. The same can be said with other handguns that are built on a similar frame. However, if the handguns are not from the same family or frame size, then not they won't crossfit. As an example, if you purchased this holster to fit a Beretta 92, it wouldn't also fit the Glock 20 as those two handguns have completely different dimensions.
#4 - I like the belt slide type model, but does Don Hume make any similar models?
Yes, a close relative to the H710 is the Don Hume JIT Slide. It's another very popular belt slide model only it uses a different belt slot configuration compared to the H710. You can see the JIT here. We actually sell far more JIT models over the H710.
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I’ve been looking for one of these for years, and I finally found them very happy with
A practical and minamilist holster, I have several
I've been using Don Hume Holsters since the '70s and the H710 is one of my favorites. I try to keep one on hand for most of by autos. Great quality at a great price.
I usually buy high end holsters, but I needed a temporary holster to carry a Bersa 380. It was open carry, but I wanted it to be able to conceal too after the temporary circumstances passed. This worked great for both. The lack of retention means open carriers must be very aware and diligent. Also, when hitting the latrine, you need to be careful about how you drop, since there is no retention strap. Those caveats aside, this is an excellent holster: tight to the hip, rides high, and very comfortable and concealable. Any standard length t-shirt conceals the Bersa. Hawaiian shirts or camp shirts do even better. For the price, this is simply unbeatable. I am ordering more for my more substantial EDC firearms. Thanks!
Not only does this holster look good, it is very functional and form fitting for both of my Kimbers (3" CDPII and 5" Custom). It also hugs the pistol close to my torso. I would buy it again.
I WILL BE BUYING MORE FOR MY OTHER GUNS
Love the compactness of the very concealable holster. Thanks.
Is exactly what I was looking for.
I have three of these holsters .These are great EDC holster and the price is very fair and the quality seems very good.The fit is great for my SIG 365 and my Sig P-2022 and also for my SP-101 Ruger revolver.Shipping is fast from GunnersAlley,A good company to do business with. JMM