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Monday, October 19, 2009

The essential gun holster

Lawman Glenn B over at Ballseye’s Boomers has a great post on his holster preferences. It is very much worth reading. To me, holsters are almost as fascinating as handguns. How essential are holsters? Ask Plaxico Burress when he gets out of prison. Something as simple as a fifteen-dollar nylon inside-the-waistband holster could have saved him from a bullet wound to his leg, loss of several million in earnings, and a two-year prison sentence. Tucking a handgun into your waistband without a holster may be culturally cool… but chasing a bullet down your shorts is not.

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