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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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The company's Gun Holster Adaptor and Concealed Carry Pouch mount to a customer's wheelchair.
While searching Brandner, the trooper discovered a gun holster tucked into the back of his pants, and a loaded handgun was later found inside the vehicle, police said.
New York, May 7 ( ANI ): The National Rifle Association's annual convention in the US unveiled an assortment of female-friendly gun accessories, including a bright pink bra with a gun holster.
It could not be determined whether Martin's DNA was on the gun holster.
Police searched a second property owned by Milnes in Scarcroft in Leeds and found pressing plates used for drugs, a gun holster and stab-proof vest and an imitation machine gun.
A GUN holster was found in the home of Jill Dando murder suspect Barry George, the Old Bailey heard yesterday.
Like a Bond baddie in a sharp black suit and gun holster, with skin blemished head and limp, his openly wicked character was humorous because he was so frank about his misdemeanours.
This trivial infringement was enough in the post-September 11 hysteria to give this lowly clerk with a gun holster the right to play god,'' he said.
Unbelievable as this may seem to humans who are halfcivilised, this trivial infringement was enough in the post September 11 hysteria to give this lowly clerk with a gun holster the right to play God.
Stangland, a 50-year-old Thousand Oaks resident, said he had wanted to work in law enforcement since he was 5 years old - which, his wife Cathy said, is when he sported a plastic badge and toy gun holster.
We have also found drugs - steroids and cannabis - as well as phones, tablets, and a gun holster and ammunition.
In a report by the Guardian, 51-year-old John Erik Wagner of Copenhagen said posing with nothing but a cowboy hat and a gun holster was his way of making an impression and attracting voters, after two failed election bids in the past.