Living in the country means I’m quite a distance from neighbors as well as the police station. While I initially attained my concealed carry permit because of handgun hunting, I often carry at my home. Some people think of their home as their safe place. While I too consider my domicile a place at which I’m most comfortable, it’s a location transients may target due to the distance from neighbors and the like.
Over the years neighboring ranches have been robbed. A friend’s house was shot up, while she hid from the intruder. While I hope to never have a need to use my firearm against another human, I don’t want to be a victim to a life-threatening intruder.
The tricky part is to find the perfect concealed carry holster to wear while I do my day-to-day tasks. Learn more about choosing a holster in this article, published at Beretta.
How to Choose the Right Holster: Pros and Cons of a Holster
The forever-asked question in the concealed carry market is, “Which holster should I purchase?” I’ve been asked the question numerous times, and my answer is never brief. Heck, there’s a lot that goes into choosing a holster to safely hide a firearm on your body. This list of criteria gets even longer when it’s a woman who wants to know which holster is going to be best.
While you want to choose a holster that will fit your Beretta, you additionally need to look for one that will secure it in place and protect the trigger. If you live near a store that sells concealed carry items, it’s best to get your hands on and feel them out. You can also do as so many others before you have, and ask a friend.
The problem I have with asking others about holsters is that we are all different shapes and sizes. We have varying wardrobes and fashion sense. The holster you need is going to depend on more than one quality. As of late, I’ve also been reading a lot of reviews. Don’t trust them unless you know they’re from a credible source. Some are only pointing out the plusses and neglect to tell you the minuses.
Let’s look at a few pros and cons you should consider. CLICK TO CONTINUE READING
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