What would drive me to do a holster review, after I have done like 30 in the past? Well, this holster rocks. That’s why. The DualPoint holster is a hard-sided, Kydex holster that conceals and works just wonderfully in the appendix position, inside the waistband (AIWB) or strong-side hip, outside the waistband (OWB). If you carry a […]
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If you work in the business world under the obligation or expectation that every day you will come to work wearing a nice shirt and tie then this article is for you. I have had past students tell me that they can’t carry a concealed weapon every day because they have to wear a tuck-in […]
In the realm of Kydex holsters, there really isn’t much that hasn’t been done. So, they usually fall into a couple categories. Your basic Kydex holster that isn’t cut well, has unrefined edges, cheap hardware, and something that will likely end up in your holster box once you find a better one. Or, you may get an average […]
Here we are again with another Inside the Waistband (IWB), all-Kydex holster review. This time it is a holster from the well-known company, Tulster. In addition to the holster, I’m reviewing their new Echo Mag carrier as well. Holster Overview: There isn’t a tremendous amount of difference from a Kydex holster made by one company compared […]
JM4 Tactical is a Texas-based company that broke out a few years ago when they released their Quick Click and Carry (QCC). The QCC was innovative in that it used magnetic retention. That holster had become so popular that the company released a few different versions to meet individual requests. But enough of the past, […]
I have heard many instructors tell their students this: You have to be able to re-holster your firearm without looking down at your holster. My opinion on re-holstering is different than what many have been teaching for quite some time.