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A handgun holster is a device used to hold or restrict the undesired movement of a handgun, most commonly in a location where it can be easily withdrawn for immediate use. Holsters are often attached to a belt or waistband, but they may be attached to other locations of the body (e.g., the ankle holster). Holsters vary in the degree to which they secure or protect the firearm. Some holsters for law enforcement officers have a strap over the top of the holster to make the handgun less likely to fall out of the holster or harder for another person to grab the gun. Some holsters have a flap over the top to protect the gun from the elements.

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  1. NobullSKS

    Found an ankle holster in “donations” bin...

    Local shop has a bin that is donation but they make a few bucks off it. I found this for $5, I always wanted to try one. Also some days think about under arm carry.... seen in a lot of movies. Hehehehe I’ve tried it a few days with a .22 semi auto... Phoenix Arms HP22A. I think the pistol is...
  2. T

    Best type of ankle holster: Simple around the ankle or ankle and over the calf?

    For a small 380. Ideas? Thanks.
  3. ilikegunspdx

    Any recommendations for an ankle holster?

    Been thinking about getting an ankle holster for my sig p928 (a very small 9mm). Can anyone recommend one? My preferences in order are (1) stays in place (doesn't work it's way down to my foot over time), (2) Comfort (not hot plastic ideally more breathable is better I would guess), (3) and...
  4. CountryGent

    Do you ever carry in an ankle holster?

    The title kind of says it all. Curious if there are some who carry in an ankle holster and how it has worked out. Poll included. Thanks.
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