Rob Pincus presents a comprehensive testing procedure for taking your new tactical holsters to any shooting range. Before putting the holster on, make sure the firearm fits in the holster and the trigger is completely covered. Check that you can get a complete grip on the gun with no interference from the holster. Confirm that the clip will fit over your belt. Then it’s time to put the holster on. Is it comfortable? Can you grip the gun easily? Does it print if you’re carrying concealed? Rob demonstrates these and many other evaluation points regarding tactical holsters.
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