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holster

Mountaineering a similar case for an ice axe or piton hammer

holster

[′hōl·stər]
(ordnance)
A pocket-type device with a single compartment designed to be worn on a belt or shoulder harness, which may be furnished with it, and used to carry a pistol, revolver, or the like.
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Ask any reputable holster maker about Thad Rybka and I'm dam sure you'll receive kind and respectable remarks.
Working with Hudson Manufacturing before production began, DSG Arms became one of the first holster makers to offer a carry rig molded for the H9--to include spare magazine pouches.
The Masterfire is an outside-the-waistband tactical/duty holster meant for pistols wearing weapon lights, but the holster is also designed specifically to accommodate pistols mounting round suppressors up to 1.
Sitz's misfortune and the subsequent holster design that "rose from the ashes," so to speak, were well timed.
Just Holster It carries over 170 different gun models in a wide variety of Holsters ranging from the Protector Holster which is a standard concealed carry holster, to the Storm which is a Hybrid Holster designed for IWB concealed carry.
A number of other Alien Gear holster patents are still pending.
5 October 2015 - US-based safety and survivability products provider The Safariland Group has acquired a 65%ownership interest in Rogers Holster Co.
PS will publish the holster NSNs when they become available.
Charging Holster Provides 3X Runtimes While Removing Need for Additional Accessories
Given a quality holster, the gun is secure under most circumstances and if additional security is needed the gun is right under the elbow.
To remedy this, many holster manufacturers have offered up a variety of different holsters designed specifically for those who prefer the simplicity of pocket carry.
THE BELLY-BAND HOLSTER isn't a new concept, but it's never been a modular platform.