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Featuring a padded leg-protecting extension, four bit pockets, and a retention strap, the Bucket Boss drill holster is a simple holster that’s durable enough for the jobsite. But leftys will love the fact that they offer both right- and left-handed versions.  And you can always strap on both to dual-wield drills Halo-style.

As you’ll remember from our original drill holster post, an angled holster provides for easier drill access and a balanced center of gravity. By aligning the drill’s center of gravity through the holster, angled holsters better support the drill’s weight, leading to greater stability and comfort as you traipse around the jobsite.


Street pricing for the Bucket Boss holster starts at $10. Though finding the more-rare left-handed version can be difficult — and it typically carries a slightly higher price due to the included workbelt — they’re both available from Amazon.

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Right-Handed Version Via Amazon [What’s this?]
Left-Handed Version Via Amazon [What’s this?]


4 Responses to Bucket Boss’ Equal-Opportunity Drill Holster

  1. jeff says:

    I’m a righty but I’d rather have the lefty pouch because I keep my hammer and pencil (along with other frequently used small items) on the right side of my tool belt.

  2. jeff says:

    Oh and why does the righty one have a Duck Wear tag and the lefty have a Bucket Boss tag? The Duck Wear one also has two additional rivets on the actual holster part where the Bucket Boss one only has them on the belt loop.

  3. Lew says:

    I tried a holster a few times and it never worked well for me. Unless you strap the drill/drriver in EVERYTIME, it will fall out as soon as you go to knee down. I now use one of the tool belt hooks (like Bigg Lugg) and it works flawlessly.

  4. Headsup – the left handed version is now $5.90 at Parts Express.


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