Getting into 3 Gun is a great excuse to pull out the gear you bought and have not used in awhile, or purchase the new toys you have had your eye on but needed the excuse. Either way, while 3 Gun is a gear intensive sport, it does not take a huge investment to get started. Over time though, there are certain pieces of gear that you’ll want to improve your game. Here is you your starter list.
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Finding the right holster should not be hard to do, but it can be. How many of us have a box, bag, or drawer full of holsters we do not use? Why are they there? Like most people, you likely purchased them and they either did not fit your gun, were the wrong type, did not wear comfortably or you just decided you didn’t like it. Here are a few tips to ensure your next holster purchase delivers.
The NanoVault can be employed in many other places and ways. Your imagination is the only limitation. The NanoVault meets TSA airline firearm guidelines making it ideal for transporting your handgun when traveling. The small, discreet size makes it ideal for carrying in a briefcase or bag or mounting under a desk or in a file cabinet.
Building on the success and tradition of the Serpa holster, Blackhawk has another holster set to outshine competition due to its innovative design and versatility. The Omnivore will securely fit dozens of newer model handguns without adjustment, but it has a catch. Read the review to learn more about the Omnivore.
“We are not trying to buy the next customer with a rebate or freebie. We wanted to take care of all of our customers, by offering them the incentive—even after the sale. After all, they are all part of the Rex family,” said Walker English, director of sales for FIME Group.
How well a pancake holster fits depends largely on your body type, and like all concealed carry holsters, the pancake style is a compromise between comfort and concealability.
Summer allows us to shed our winter clothes in favor or lightweight breathable options. For many, that means switching to a pocket pistol in a smaller caliber. While going small is a personal choice that is fine for some, a medium- to large-frame handgun is preferable to many—regardless the temperature outside. If you are in the market for a summertime carry solution with going small, read on.
The more the mercury in the thermometer rises, the harder it becomes to carry a firearm concealed without printing. However, leaving our source of protection behind is not an option, nor is wearing a parka when the temps are in the 100s. This article looks at ways to carry while shedding layers and catching some rays without giving up your firearm or running afoul of the law.
Enter the Omnivore, the new holster by Blackhawk. This Kydex device is designed to carry a wide range of firearms. More than 150 popular, as well as less-known models, can fit in this holster. Many gun owners have a pistol or two that they’d like to use more, but don’t feel like spending the energy and money it takes to find the perfect holster for each gun. If you feel like one or more of these scenarios apply to you, you are reading the right article.
“From pistols designed for concealed carry to modern sporting rifles, all M&P firearms are jam packed with power, performance, and protection. Delivering superior products with versatile, easy-to-customize features, M&P adds undeniable value to every shooting experience. The .38 Bodyguard ups the bar for concealed-carry revolver performance.” That’s some pretty fancy marketing speak from Smith and Wesson. However, the author is ready to back that up and more with his review.