I have a Tex Shoemaker wallet-type holster for a Beretta 21A (.25 caliber) that I got 10+ years ago. It has a cut-out for the trigger so it can be fired without removing it from the holster. Not sure if if falls in this category or not. Since it is a semi-auto, I'm not sure if another round could be fire after the initial round as it appears the holster would interfere with the movement of the slide and ejection and possibly cause a jam. Sold the Beretta some years ago when the P-32 and other small .32s came out. Prior to that, the Beretta was one of the few alternatives to the Seecamp which was very hard to find / expensive at that time. Still have the holster though. Checked the Tex Shoemaker website awhile back, they apparently no longer make it.RHedley said:Mere sale or possession of the wallet holster without the handgun is not a violation of the NFA. However, 18 U.S.C. section 2 provides that a person who aids or abets another person in the commission of an offense is also responsible for the offense.