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The Different Types of Firearm Holsters Available

Find the Best Holster for Your Firearm at Las Vegas Shooting Center

Choosing the right type of holster for your firearm is extremely important. You must be comfortable with how it feels when you wear it as well as allowing you immediate access to your handgun when you need it. Holsters are made from a variety of materials, including leather, nylon or molded plastic.

Belly Bands
Belly bands make it easy to conceal your firearm under your clothing. They are easily adjusted and provide you with quick access to your firearm.

Inside/Outside Waistbands
Waistband holsters are designed to sit either under your belt or outside of your belt. Your handgun will sit at waist level, giving you quick access but keeping it out of the way when you sit down.

Ankle Holsters
Ankle holsters are designed to completely conceal your firearm. They are normally used to conceal a second one and prevent you from being fully disarmed if the first malfunctions or is lost.

Shoulder Holsters
Shoulder holsters are ideal if you don’t want anything on or near your waistband. With the gun firmly nestled along your chest, you have easy access for a cross draw. Shoulder holsters are designed to be lightweight and non-restrictive, allowing you freedom of movement at all times. 

Pocket Holsters
Pocket holsters are great for use with a vest or large jacket. They are easily concealable and provide immediate access to your firearm when you need it the most. Pocket holsters can be quickly removed or put in place without unholstering your handgun.

If you are searching for a Crossbreed holster, you will want to try on the various types available to get the feel of each one and decide which is the best fit for you. If you aren’t sure, buy two!

Find the Right Holster to Suit Your Needs

Las Vegas Shooting Center’s retail store offers more than just a wide selection of firearms. We also have a variety of ammunition and firearm accessories – including holsters. Of course, the type of holster you choose will be largely determined by the type of handgun you own. If you aren’t sure which type is right for you, visit our indoor shooting range to test out several different types. Reserve your range time by contacting us online or calling 702-778-5278 today.

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