Some concealed carry holsters tend to work better for women than others. Here are some guidelines to use for holster alternatives.
The July 1, 2014 Gun Digest the Magazine is the special Concealed Carry issue. It's packing articles on the Glock G42, Walther PPQ M2 .40 Cal., Guncrafter CCO plus how-to features on spare ammo, choosing a carry gun and the best defensive ammo available today.
There might not be any busier spot in the holster manufacturing world than the DeSantis factory floor. The company has come out with a slew of line extensions made to fit a number of new handguns on the market.
The Glock 19 has been a popular handgun for some time now and it appears not to have lost any steam. An Arizona retailer reports the striker-fired pistol is one of the store's hotter products.
With concealed carry becoming more commonplace smaller pistols and revolvers have ruled the roost. But lately, there have been a number of manufacturers who have swam against the tide with full-sized handguns.
When it comes to holster material, combining leather with polymer gives the armed citizen the best of both worlds. No wonder hybrid holsters for concealed carry are so popular.
For years now, traditional double action police service pistols such as the SIG P-series have been pushed out of the spotlight by polymer-frame, striker fired pistols, a revolution begun by Glock. Now, SIG has met the striker-fired polymer pistols on their own turf with the new SIG P320.
Women have become one of the fastest growing segments in the firearms market. For an Illinois retailer this has translated to more sales of the ever-dependable revolver, sized to carry
A Gun Digest reader asks, “I’m taking my first concealed weapons class with a small frame 9mm pistol. Can you recommend a specific holster to get started?”