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Shoulder Holsters Columbia MO

Local resource for shoulder holsters in Columbia. Includes detailed information on local businesses that provide access to gun shoulder holsters, thigh holsters, gun belts, gun accessories, and holster clothes, as well as advice and content on choosing gun stores.

Targetmasters
(573) 443-3700
4101 N Rangelinen
Columbia, MO
 
Powderhorn Gun Shop
(573) 875-4867
1213 Old Highway 63 North
Columbia, MO
 
Ammo Alley / Shooters Alley
(573) 634-6196
11562 County Road 395
Jefferson City, MO
 
Beth Arms
203393161
381 Amity Rd
Bethany, CT
 
Harris & Company Outfitters
10041 Co Rd 3130
Rolla, MO
 
Searcy, John R
573449166
951 Rockbridge Ln
Columbia, MO
 
Foster''Sbass Pro Shop Of Columbia
(573) 443-3300
1108 Business Loop 70 E
Columbia, MO
 
Aces & Eights Gunsmithing
573295682
4073 County Rd #452
New Bloomfield, MO
 
Harts Gun Shop
417646293
2790 Ne Hwy B
Osceola, MO
 
Oder, Glenn Lee
573764322
6534 Highway Y
Gerald, MO
 

Shoulder Holsters

A good holster must be made for your pistol. Generic, one-size-fits-many models don't do a good job of retaining your pistol and are generally not very comfortable.

A good holster should be molded tight enough to retain your pistol without straps or tension screws, and it should cover the trigger guard. It should also have a reinforced mouth that keeps the empty holster open for easy one-handed re-holstering. The holster's belt loops or slots must match your belt so the holster stays put for all-day comfort and a sure, speedy draw.

Shoulder holsters work well if you spend a lot of time seated in an office or vehicle, and they’re nice for outdoor carry. In fact, they really come into their own for those who hunt with the big revolvers because of how they distribute weight. For outdoor use, comfort and security are paramount since drawing the gun is not really an issue. Those who use the shoulder rig for concealed carry need to consider how the holster positions the gun on the body, as well as proper retention....

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