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Firearm holsters are available in many shapes, supplies, levels of retention and sizes. Thier are 3 fundamental holster categories; duty holsters, concealment and sporting type. The kind of holster used depends upon the varying circumstances in which they're employed.



Uniformed safety and police officers who carry their guns openly normally use what's known as a retention holster. These form of holsters incorporate a level or levels of retention. Straps or flaps that hold…

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