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Shoulder Holsters Scranton PA

Local resource for shoulder holsters in Scranton. 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.

Collector Arms
978664523
30 Westward Cir
N Reading, MA
 
Antall Auction Company
570824664
487 Main Rd
Hanover Township, PA
 
Johns Gun Shop
570494057
2760 Fieldcrest Dr
Williamsport, PA
 
Hunt, Ronald A
570547264
73 Jupiter Hollow Rd
Beavertown, PA
 
Tom Baxter Sales
570297507
Rr3 Box 143 Berry Rd
Columbia Cross Roads, PA
 
Matthew J Koneski Gunsmith
570262862
249 S Main St
Ashley, PA
 
Jr Swabb Gunsmithing Services Inc
814466748
Rte 45 Linden Hall
Centre Hall, PA
 
Juniata Fur Shed
717436817
Rr 3 Box 1572
Mifflintown, PA
 
Tower Armory
610834303
750 East Johnson Highway
Norristown, PA
 
Dl Fire & Police Supplies
610623234
611 Industrial Park Dr
Yeadon, PA
 

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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