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Glock 43 Gun Holsters

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Glock 43 holsters - All the IWB and OWB holsters on this page are made to fit the Glock 43 in 9mm.
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A look at various gun holster options for the ultra popular Glock 43 single stack 9mm
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Do I Need CCW or Self Defense Insurance?

Do I Need CCW or Self Defense Insurance? | Concealed Carry Holsters | Scoop.it
So you’ve decided to get your CCW or CHP in your state for protection? You selected a handgun, went through training, and are prepared for the worst. Well, the worst just happened and you had to use deadly force to protect your family. What now? You’re covered, right? You’re... http://blog.gunnersalley.com/do-i-need-ccw-or-self-defense-insurance/
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Thumb Break Holsters and Single Action Autos

Thumb Break Holsters and Single Action Autos | Concealed Carry Holsters | Scoop.it
We answer many questions about holsters during the course of any given day. During our conversations with customers, we are often asked about the benefits of one holster over another, is this one more comfortable then that one, does model A conceal better than model B, etc. We are often asked... http://blog.gunnersalley.com/thumb-break-holsters-and-single-action-autos/
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Delivering the Shot

Delivering the Shot | Concealed Carry Holsters | Scoop.it
I recently changed my daily carry gun. No, not because it’s winter, and it is the season for bigger guns. I changed based on an experiment I did at the range a few weeks ago. I took a handful of guns with me that needed to be checked for various reasons – new mags for some, sight upgrade for ano... http://blog.gunnersalley.com/delivering-the-shot/
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Holsters for the Kimber Micro .380

Over the last few years, there has been a significant resurgence in micro single action .380 pistols. This was kicked off with the reintroduction of the Colt Mustang, followed by the booming success of the Sig P238. For hardcore 1911 shooters, the idea of a miniature .380 that operates like a 1911 has always been intriguing for those scenarios where one can’t carry a true 1911. In 2013, Kimber announced they were going to enter that market with the Micro Carry .380, and, in 2014 released the Micro Carry and the Micro Carry CDP to the market. The Micro Carry models are shipped with a 6 round flush fitting magazine and a 7 round extended magazine. Unloaded, the Micro weighs in at a scant 13.5 ounces. After seeing the success that Sig had with the large number of variant models in the P238 line, Kimber elected to take the same path. In 2015, Kimber added 4 more variants to the Micro Carry line including: • Micro Carry Crimson Carry – Equipped with CT grips • Micro Advocate – Equipped with G10 grips • Micro Raptor - All black finish • Micro Special Edition – Blued slide with engraving Unlike the ammo finicky issues encountered with the Kimber Solo, the Micro Carry seems to eat most ammo brands universally well. While the Micro isn’t the lightest .380 on the market, range reports indicate that it’s relatively pleasant to shoot and control. Read more here: http://www.gunnersalley.com/kimber-micro-380-holsters/
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Holsters for the Kimber TLE-RL

Holsters for the Kimber TLE-RL | Concealed Carry Holsters | Scoop.it
Finding a holster for the 4" Kimber TLE-RL model (or any railed 4" 1911 pistol) is always a challenge. Holsters built for the non-railed 4" 1911 models won't fit the railed TLE-RL due to the picatinny rail. As such, these types of pistols require a holster made specifically for them, Luckily, we can help now as MTR Custom is now making holster models to fit any railed 4" 1911 handgun. Read more here: http://www.gunnersalley.com/1911-4-inch-barrel-with-rail/
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CCW - Having to Adapt

CCW - Having to Adapt | Concealed Carry Holsters | Scoop.it
It’s funny how we get set in our ways. I have been carrying a concealed weapon for about 20 years. I carry my pistol just behind my right hip. I am on the thinner side, so I found if I carry IWB, I can conceal most service size pistols that way. It works for me. It works on the range, in t... http://blog.gunnersalley.com/ccw-adapt/
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Let's Talk Lasers & Holsters...

Let's Talk Lasers & Holsters... | Concealed Carry Holsters | Scoop.it
Over the last 5 years, the concept of adding a laser sighting device to a pistol has transitioned from a sort of gimmick to a mainstream idea that is embraced by a number of gun manufacturers and laser sighting companies. This concept is fairly simple…mount a laser pointer (of sorts) to... http://blog.gunnersalley.com/lets-talk-lasers-holsters/
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Holster Hunting for the new Walther PPX

Holster Hunting for the new Walther PPX | Concealed Carry Holsters | Scoop.it
Although the Walther PPX pistol has been out since 2013, there still are not that many holsters on the market to fit it. While the PPX hasn't proven to be as popular as the Walther PPQ M2 model, it has been a success for Walther. Here are a list of all the holster models that we carry to fit it: http://www.gunnersalley.com/walther-ppx/
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Holster Shopping for the Beretta 9000S

Holster Shopping for the Beretta 9000S | Concealed Carry Holsters | Scoop.it
The Beretta 9000S pistol was a number of "firsts" for Beretta, including: #1 - The first Beretta handgun that was targeted specifically at the United States market #2 - The first polymer pistol they ever produced. #3 - The first Beretta pistol that had the capability to function as a single or double action weapon. The 9000S was introduced to the market in 2001, and Beretta took a different approach on the introduction. Believing that the S&W .40 was going to become more popular than the 9mm, the 9000 was first chambered for the .40. Beretta followed-up and introduced the 9mm version in 2003. Although the 9000S series didn't reach the popularity that Beretta had hoped for, it does have a good following. Read the rest of this write-up about Beretta 9000S holsters here: http://www.gunnersalley.com/beretta-9000s/
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Holster Options for the Kahr P45 and CW45

Holster Options for the Kahr P45 and CW45 | Concealed Carry Holsters | Scoop.it
The Kahr P45 handgun model is a compact model made by the American small arms company Kahr Arms. This gun is a .45 ACP caliber pistol with a 6 plus 1 bullet capacity with no magazine disconnect. It’s a trigger cocking double action only (DAO) hammerless gun with a lock breech, "Browning - type" recoil lug and a passive striker block. It is 6.07 inches in length with 3.54 inches, polygonal rifling barrel and a slide width of 1.01 inches. It has a height of 4.8 inches and it weighs 0.524 kilograms. The magazine of the Kahr P45 is equipped with extended removable base pads. These pads allow for access to the magazine’s internals for easy inspection and cleaning. The magazine release button is located at the rear of its trigger guard on the left side. In 2011, Kahr released the CW45 model, which is a more budget friendly version of the P45 minus some of the features. The CW45 is the exact same size as the P45 series, so they will both fit in a holster designed for the P45. See all the Kahr P$ and CW45 holsters that we carry here: http://www.gunnersalley.com/kahr-p45-cw45/.
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Glock 30S Gun Holsters

Glock 30S Gun Holsters | Concealed Carry Holsters | Scoop.it
Ever since the idea of a sub-compact double stack .45 pistol was introduced, the results have almost always been a series of trade-offs. Reducing the overall size and weight, potentially means issues with grip size and length, muzzle flip and shootability. Increasing the size and weight, makes the weapon harder to conceal, but easier to shoot. Introduced by Glock in 2013, the Glock 30S is another attempt to meet that need. The 30S was the result of taking the best features and feedback from the Glock 30SF and the Glock 36, and then blending them together. The frame of the 30S is almost the same as the 30SF frame and the slide comes from the short and narrow Glock 36. The end result is a thinner, striker fired, sub-compact .45 that carries 10 rounds and is actually concealable to boot. With most any pistol chambered in the potent .45 ACP caliber, the first concern seems to be centered on the recoil and the concept of “shootability”. So far, range reports indicate that the G30S has the same “felt” recoil of most compact or sub-compact pistols chambered in the S&W .40 caliber round. Range reports also indicated that the 30S, like most all Glock handguns, were not choosy with ammo and performed well with most any brand in different weights. See all the Glock 30S holster models we carry through the link below.
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Holster Options for the Ruger LC380

Holster Options for the Ruger LC380 | Concealed Carry Holsters | Scoop.it
Storm Ruger had major success with the LCP and LC9 models, however, some shooters complained of the “snappy” recoil generated by both. Given the size and weight of the LCP in .380, it’s easy to understand why it might have a decent recoil. Although the LC9 is a larger framed gun and weighs more than the LCP, being chambered in the more powerful 9mm, makes it a snappy shooter on its own. So the engineers at Ruger came up with an idea: what about blending these two guns together in an effort to create a model that filled the hands a little more compared to the LCP and offered less recoil that both? The result was the Ruger LC380, which debuted at the 2013 SHOT show. This model is built on the standard LC9 frame, but is chambered in the less powerful .380 caliber. Click the link to read more about the various holster options for the LC380:
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My Red Dot Sighted Pistol Experiment - Part I

My Red Dot Sighted Pistol Experiment - Part I | Concealed Carry Holsters | Scoop.it
My Red Dot Sighted Pistol Experiment – Part I   Curiosity Red dot equipped pistols seem to be everywhere these days. Years ago, I only saw them at local USPSA matches, but now, many folks seem to be giving them a go for concealed carry. The concept was very intriguing to me. I read a... http://blog.gunnersalley.com/my-red-dot-sighted-pistol-experiment-part-i/
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Noted Pistol Instructor Todd Louis Green Passed Away

Pistol instructor extraordinaire, Todd Louis Green, lost his 10 year battle with cancer today (3/15/16). Todd leaves behind a legacy that helped shape modern handgun training in this century. Some of Todd’s more popular concepts and training routines include: The DOT Torture Drill The FAST... http://blog.gunnersalley.com/noted-pistol-instructor-todd-louis-green-passed-away/
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The Great Caliber Debate Takes Another Twist...

The Great Caliber Debate Takes Another Twist... | Concealed Carry Holsters | Scoop.it
The great caliber debate took another twist recently when the FBI announced they were migrating back to the 9mm as their official duty caliber in 2016. Their bullet of choice is going to be the 147 grain Speer Gold Dot G2. In addition to migrating back to the 9mm caliber, the FBI is also looking... http://blog.gunnersalley.com/the-great-caliber-debate-takes-another-twist/
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Massad Ayood - 10 commandments of Concealed Carry

Massad Ayood - 10 commandments of Concealed Carry | Concealed Carry Holsters | Scoop.it
Mr. Ayoob is one of my favorite authors, and widely recognized as one of the foremost experts in a number of firearms related areas including self defense, concealed carry and especially the use of lethal force. If you haven’t seen his 10 Commandments of Concealed Carry document,... http://blog.gunnersalley.com/massad-ayood-10-commandments-concealed-carry/
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Holsters for the Ruger LCRX 3"

Lately we've been getting quite a few questions about holsters for the Ruger LCRX 3". There seems to be some misinformation about there as to what holsters will and won't fit the LCRX 3", so we posted the information that we know to be accurate about these holsters here. http://www.gunnersalley.com/ruger-lcr-x-3-inch/
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Gun Holsters for the Beretta 92A1 and 96A1

MTR Custom is now offering holsters to fit the newer Beretta 92A1 and 96A1. The new frame with the integrated picatinny rail and round trigger guard means that holsters made for the original Beretta 92 or 96 series won't fit the new 92 ot 96 A1 series. Read more about theese holsters here: http://www.gunnersalley.com/beretta-92a1-96A1-holsters/
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Holsters for the Colt Mustang XSP

Holsters for the Colt Mustang XSP | Concealed Carry Holsters | Scoop.it
Since the Colt Mustang XSP model was introduced by Colt in 2013, we’ve been periodically getting calls about holsters to fit it. To make it easier for folks when shopping our site, here are some commonly asked questions about holster fits for the XSP model and the information that we can... http://blog.gunnersalley.com/holsters-colt-mustang-xsp/
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Holsters for the Sig P224

Holsters for the Sig P224 | Concealed Carry Holsters | Scoop.it
So far, the Sig P224 has been a popular seller for Sig. The concept behind the 224 was a smaller, more concealable package than the larger and ultra popular P229, using the same controls and calibers. A common question we receive around the P224 is will it fit a holster for the P229? The answer is yes, but not all that well. The P229 is longer so you end up with some surplus holster. For the best fit, we suggest buying a holster that is speciufically made for the P224. Below is a page on our site listing all the holster that we carry which are made to fit the Sig P224: http://www.gunnersalley.com/sig-sauer-p224/
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Holster Models for the Glock 36

The G-36 was a first for Glock as this was the first pistol ever introduced into the US with a single stack magazine. Finding the "perfect" holster for the Glock 36 can be tough, but we offer over 40 Glock 36 holster models to help with that decision. Read more here: http://www.gunnersalley.com/glock-36/
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Colt Detective Special Holsters

Appearing on the market in 1927, the Colt Detective Special was designed as a snub nosed 6 shot revolver for plainclothes detectives and off duty police officers. It was one of the first short barreled revolvers that offered a modern swing out frame that the cylinder was attached to. The success of the larger barrel Colt Police Positive Special led Colt to cut the barrel down and introduce the Det. Special. From a size comparison standpoint, the Detective Special frame is slightly smaller than the popular S&W K frame series of revolvers, but larger that the S&W J Frame series. It terms of frame size, it's closer in size to the Ruger SP-101. The Det. Special is available in a 2” or 3” barrel, although the 2” version is much more common. Follow this link to see all the holster models we carry to fit the 2" model Colt Detective Special revolver: http://www.gunnersalley.com/detective-special-2-inch/
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Finding a Holster for the Kimber Solo

Finding a Holster for the Kimber Solo | Concealed Carry Holsters | Scoop.it
The Kimber Solo entered into the firearms market in 2011 and was designed as Kimber’s first single action; striker fired “micro compact” 9mm for self-defense and concealed carry. Unlike most other micro 9mm pistols on the market, the Solo’s frame is manufactured from aluminum versus polymer. Even with the all metal frame and slide, the Solo weighs a scant 17 ounces or so unloaded. Given Kimber’s reputation for quality, the Solo was marketed with high hopes. Not only did Kimber want to get into the growing micro compact market, but they also wanted something that looked and pointed like any of their popular 1911 line. Read more about the kimber Solo holster that we have available here: http://www.gunnersalley.com/kimber-solo/
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Holster Models for the Bersa Thunder .380

Holster Models for the Bersa Thunder .380 | Concealed Carry Holsters | Scoop.it
Coming to the market in 1995, the Bersa Thunder .380 combined popular features of the Beretta Cheetah and the Walther PPK. The decision to chamber this handgun in .380 was made due to the international caliber restrictions. In many countries, the .380 caliber is largest that civilians are allowed to own or possess. The Thunder .380 enjoyed near instant success due to its low price point and high degree of reliability. The success of the Thunder .380 led Bersa to introduce other models and calibers into the US market, although the Thunder .380 has proven to be Bersa's top seller. An excellent option for concealed carry, the Thunder .380 is small enough for simple concealment, but carries enough rounds to deal with most issues. The Thunder performs well carried in an IWB holster or a high ride belt holster. Opinions may vary, but this pistol is on the large side for pocket carry, but could work carried in an ankle holster. Click the link below to see holster choices for the Bersa Thunder .380:
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