Topic: Holster Problems and What to Look for in a Good One
We often talk about the importance of well-maintained, excellently-designed, effective handguns. BUT don't forget that the holster is probably your second most important piece of kit. It, too, needs to be well thought-out, well-designed, and allows you to draw the firearm quickly, safely, and put shots quickly on target. Today's episode tackles some of the problems we often see in holsters and what can be done to make them better and also what you should look for to pick the best quality holster for you and your needs. Press ‘PLAY' to listen now!
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