High Noon Tail Gunner Holster

posted on February 24, 2011
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Shaped for inside-the-waistband carry, the High Noon Tail Gunner holster is made of leather in an open-muzzle design. Its rough-side-out provides significant gripping surface on the inside waistband and hip or small of the back. A steel clip holds the Tail Gunner to the pants or belt, up to a 1¾-inch width, and a leather extension, dubbed a “stabilizer wing,” helps keep the unit in place at a 15-degree forward cant.

Each model features detailed molding corresponding to a specific pistol or revolver, and an internal, plastic brace accommodates the front sights found on particular handguns. Other features include a tension screw for draw adjustment and a slide guard extension to prevent handgun/hip abrasion.

High Noon makes Tail Gunner holsters for more than 200 pistol variants, including M1911s, lines from Beretta, FNH, Glock, Kahr, Kimber, Ruger, SIG Sauer, Smith & Wesson, Springfield Armory, Taurus, Walther and others. They are available in left- or right-hand models, in cowhide or horsehide, and are made in the United States. Price: $95 to $135.

Contact: High Noon Holsters; (727) 939-2701; www.highnoonholsters.com.

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