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Preview: Safariland Schema IWB Holster

New for 2022, the Safariland Schema holster is an affordable inside-the-waistband holster with built-in passive retention that's designed to fit many popular concealed-carry guns.

Preview: Mission First Tactical 24-oz. Bottles & 12-oz. Can Coolers

Mission First Tactical made its name producing carbine accessories and concealed-carry holsters. Now, it can also cool your beverages with its line of thematic drinkwear products.

Rifleman Review: CrossBreed Hybrid ST2 IWB Holster

Watch this American Rifleman Television segment of "Rifleman Review" from 2020 to learn more about the CrossBreed Holster's Hydrid ST2 inside-the-waistband holster line.

Blackhawk Offers Product Customization

Blackhawk has launched a new custom Kydex holster and accessory program on its website, which allows customers to choose from a variety of colors, graphics and other features.

ARTV Preview: CrossBreed Holsters, Hornady Sub-Sonic Ammo And Sharps Carbine

This week on American Rifleman Television, we take a look behind the scenes at CrossBreed Holsters, test out various calibers of Hornady subsonic ammunition loads and look back at the history of the Civil War-era U.S. Sharps carbine.

Preview: 1791 Gunleather RVHX Thumb Break Revolver Holster

The latest revolver holster from 1791 Gunleather is designed to give you a comfortable, secure platform for everyday carry.

Preview: C&G Holsters Alpha Upgrade

Proprietary molds and CNC milling ensure that C&G Holsters’ U.S.-made Kydex products properly fit even complex setups such as an M1911 mounted with a light and a red-dot.

Blackhawk Launches 'Your Right 2 Protect' Initiative

Blackhawk is targeting new gun owners with its "Your Right 2 Protect" outreach program that provides education and technique tips.

Preview: Galco Ankle Holsters

Galco introduces three new additions to its line of ankle holsters for pistols with the new Ankle Lite, Ankle Guard and Cop Ankle Band holsters.

Valuable Service: The U.S. Model Of 1917 Revolvers

Swept into World War I in April 1917, the U.S. military desperately needed .45 ACP handguns. Both Colt and Smith & Wesson had existing revolver designs adopted as the Model of 1917, and they would go on to serve again during World War II.

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