by NRA Staff - Friday, October 11, 2013
In use by the U.S. military and various government agencies, Pistol Wear’s patent-pending concealed-carry holsters are constructed from a body-conforming cushioned material that completely encloses the gun so that it does not touch the user’s skin.
An integrated adjustable belt system means that the holster’s function is not dependent on the user’s clothing, and a simple retaining strap allows noise-free access. The comfortable, lightweight designs are solvent-resistant and include a built-in perspiration barrier.
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