HOLSTERS FOR COMBAT AND CONCEALED CARRY
Author: R. K. Campbell
Publisher: PALADIN PRESS, Dec 2004
Everything you need to know about choosing the best holster for your weapon & your lifestyle. Photos; 9x11 inches, 144 pgs.
A holster is more than just a place to put your gun - it?s an integral part of your defensive regimen. It?s the device that safely retains and conceals your weapon until you need it and allows you to make carrying a gun a comfortable, natural part of your daily life. But oftentimes, the holster is a shooter?s most neglected piece of gear.
Author and former police officer R.K. Campbell has worn a gun almost daily for the past 30 years, so he knows what makes or breaks a holster. He knows which holsters the experts swear by and which ones they swear at. He knows that a concealed firearm must be accessible, because if you?re not ready to quickly draw and fire in a combat situation you might as well not carry a gun in the first place.
Holsters for Combat and Concealed Carry has everything you need to know about choosing the best holster for your weapon and your lifestyle. In-depth analysis of the pros and cons of assorted holster materials and styles, instruction on determining the proper mechanics for your draw and discussion of common mistakes and how to correct them are combined with hundreds of photos to make this an invaluable resource for any gun owner.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR:
R.K. Campbell is a writer in the firearms and police field with more than 500 articles, columns and reviews published in more than 20 magazines and numerous annuals. He serves as contributing editor at Women and Guns magazine, contributing writer at Gun Week and contributing staff writer at SWAT magazine, and his work frequently appears in Police magazine. He is executive editor of Boar Hunter magazine.