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A Better Holster, Part Six

For the past little while, we have been talking about what makes a “good” holster — and what makes one holster “better” than another. . To catch up, click here for the series introduction. Then go on to read Part … Continue reading

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A Better Holster, Part Five

Over the past week or so, we have been talking about what makes a “good” holster — and what makes one holster “better” than another. To catch up, click here for the series introduction. Then go on to read Part … Continue reading

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A Better Holster, Part Four

For the past few days, we have been talking about what makes a “good” holster. To catch up, click here for the series introduction, and then click here to read Part One, and Part Two, and Part Three. As I … Continue reading

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A Better Holster, Part Three

For the past few days, we have been talking about what makes a “good” holster. To catch up, click here for the series introduction. Then go on to read Part One and Part Two. As I have already said, the … Continue reading

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A Better Holster, Part Two

For the past few days, we have been talking about what makes a “good” holster. To catch up, click here for the series introduction, and then click here to read Part One. As I said yesterday, the first thing that … Continue reading

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A Better Holster, Part One

A few days ago, I blogged about what makes a “good” holster — and especially, about the dynamics that drive some of the bewildered (and sometimes angry) conversations between people within the firearms training community and their students. Today, I’m … Continue reading

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Holster Conversations

It seems to me that a lot of times we-in-the-training-community think we are helping people make a choice between a barely functional holster or an excellent one. But from the other person’s perspective, they are actually making a choice between … Continue reading

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