Which Holster Fits Your Firearm?
Inside this FREE guide you’ll discover the answers to help you find the holster that’s best for you…
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Much like your gun, your holster will be unique to you. That means you’ll probably have to do some experimenting with different types, models, and levels of retention until you find what works best for your situation. In general, manufacturers like Desantis and Galco use top of the line materials to produce holsters for a variety of on-body carry positions. Hip holsters, paddle holsters, pocket holsters—even fanny pack holsters—abound, and specific models are often created for specific handguns from Smith & Wesson, Glock, Kimber, and other top name firearms. For inside or outside the waistband carry—perhaps the most common method of concealment, you’ll want to be sure to get yourself a good, sturdy gun belt, as many holsters rely on a belt to help hold the weight of the firearm and keep it pulled close to the body.
The United States Concealed Carry Association’s Concealed Carry Holster Guide will answer your questions on the pros and cons of different types and styles of holsters. Get access today!
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