When it comes to carrying a defensive firearm, there are many options available. There are many factors which will indicate which types of holsters will be best for you: Will you carry openly or concealed? Will you carry inside the waistband or outside the waistband? What type of firearm will you be carrying? What body shape do you have? How will you dress while carrying a firearm? This overview of holster types and options will help guide you through the process of making the right choice!
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