I own a lot of holsters. I literally have a box that’s overflowing, full of holsters that I’ve tested over the years. I’m sure that I’ll be testing holsters for the rest of my life, but for now, I’ve found a few that work well for me and I’ll give you their names in this post.
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The type of handguns and preferred positions of carrying vary. Though many rely on more than just one holster, the demands for the holsters are the same. Two Blackhawk! holsters are put through the test and come out on top in this review.
Experts and common sense tell us, it is best to have our gun on our bodies. However, sometimes it is necessary to carry off-body. These five tested alternative carry holsters secure your firearm when you can’t carry on your waist… Want to win one of these holsters? Read the post and learn how to register to win a free Galco iDefense!
Working closely with law enforcement and through personal observations, the CCW has taught me a number of lessons. Here are my top 10 takeaways. What’s yours?
Finding the right holster for concealed carry can be a frustrating endeavor, especially if you are a woman who carries. Traditional holsters are generally designed by men for men and don’t fit the curves of a woman. As a woman who shoots, I find that asking others who carry what works for them helps me find the right concealed carry setup. There are a variety of safe ways to carry that work for women. In this article, I explore five different ways to carry that are comfortable, work with many different outfits and keep your firearms accessible. If you have been struggling to find the right holster and gun combination, read this article and find one that works for you.
It doesn’t matter what background you come from or what political party you affiliate it. Breast cancer affects everyone. Our own Cheaper Than Dirt community has been shockingly affected by breast cancer. Help support other shooters and outdoorswomen by buying a pink ribbon product through the Think Pink campaign, knowing your money goes directly to organizations that help. It is Breast Cancer Awareness Month and Cheaper Than Dirt has pink ribbon firearms, lights, knives, holsters, and tools that support breast cancer awareness.
As a firearms trainer, Mike Seeklander realizes there are a handful of simple concepts about firearms training that shooters often don’t know or understand. Read this article to learn what you may not know about firearms training concepts.
When it comes to efficiency, the 1911 stands alone. When you choose the 1911 as a concealed carry handgun, you must think ahead, purchase the best concealment leather gear and consider the whole picture. Read this article to learn the details of why the 1911 is great insurance.
Picking the right holster and clothing for your favorite concealed carry handgun is vital. Read this post for details on how to choose the best combination of handgun, holster and clothing that properly conceals your handgun.