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The human shoulder is made up of three bones: the clavicle (collarbone), the scapula (shoulder blade), and the humerus (upper arm bone) as well as associated muscles, ligaments and tendons. The articulations between the bones of the shoulder make up the shoulder joints. The shoulder joint also known as the glenohumeral joint, is the major joint of the shoulder, but can more broadly include the acromioclavicular joint. In human anatomy, the shoulder joint comprises the part of the body where the humerus attaches to the scapula, the head sitting in the glenoid cavity. The shoulder is the group of structures in the region of the joint.
There are two kinds of cartilage in the joint. The first type is the white hyaline cartilage on the ends of the bones (called articular cartilage) which allows the bones to glide and move on each other. When this type of cartilage starts to wear out (a process called arthritis), the joint becomes painful and stiff. The glenoid labrum is the second kind of cartilage in the shoulder which is distinctly different from the articular cartilage. This cartilage is more fibrous or rigid than the cartilage on the ends of the ball and socket. Also, this cartilage is also found only around the socket where it is attached.
The shoulder must be mobile enough for the wide range actions of the arms and hands, but also stable enough to allow for actions such as lifting, pushing and pulling. The compromise between mobility and stability results in a large number of shoulder problems not faced by other joints such as the hip.
Sold the gun so this must go. Like new Safariland leather with suede lining shoulder holster for 2 1/2 to 3 inch revolver. $60 ORO (Or Realistic Offer), cash or USPS Money Order. Sorry, I don't do text or low ball offers. Thanks for looking.
5.11 RUSH MOAB 10 Tactical Sling Bag Shoulder Pack Military Backpack $50
Morale patches not included. This is like new, never been in the field. Great pack for the money!
RUSH MOAB™ 10 Sling Pack 18L
I see a lot of rifles cartridges going Ackley Improved. Is that 40 degree should really worth all the hassle? Give me some thoughts/feedback on this. I know you can stuff more powder in the case but why not just choose another cartridge or faster powder or something instead of having to ream...
Has anyone used this holster personally? Does the rear attachment point make it less likely to flop forward (leaning forward) when properly adjusted (near armpit, not resting on belt) compared to a Miami Classic I or II? If not I will save up for a Monarch rig.
So I am looking for a shoulder holster. Not sure which weapon I would carry in it but am looking for styles and costs for now. Probably leather but would want it to be thinner than heavier.
Makers or sites to find them?
Anyone have an preference for horizontal or vertical?
This splendid mount would be very impressive in your sporting goods store, gun shop, restaurant, or den. The cape and horns are all original to this bull. This is not some cobbled up set of sheds on a cow or spike cape. It is the best bull I killed over 13 years of hunting and guiding in...
I have an all leather lefthand draw shoulder holster that came with a scoped 7.5” Ruger Super Redhawk that I purchased a long time ago. I’m right handed so this was never used by me.
In very good condition. Would rather do a FTF but could ship if you cover shipping costs.
The header pretty much says it all. I have several holsters for my Glock and now that I spend so much time in AZ (where I don't wear a jacket) I thought that it might be time to offer this to someone else.
It's made by Gun Gear of NYC. The gun is carried horizontally and the magazine...
I have a very lightly used Galco Jackass shoulder holster for 1911s. Fits all sizes very well, probably won't work for railed 1911s though. It's very classy looking, sturdy, and comfortable. Definitely the holster that any nice 1911 deserves. I simply never find myself in a situation that gives...
Any one else among us that had bad shoulders? I'm looking to get one of the Caldwell Past recoil shields. They have three thicknesses. 1", 1/2" and 1/4". I don't shoot enough to justify spending any more that the $30.00+/- for one. I'm thinking the 1". That folded hand towel doesn't stay...
Note: GUN NOT INCLUDED
Bianchi R91 leather shoulder holster... you too can look like Steve McQueen from Bullitt! :D
Excellent condition and still has fantastic retention (hold of the gun). I guess this is retro or vintage looking. No plastic bits or junk here! This came with my S&W model...
Been looking for awhile now to find a vertical shoulder holster for my S&W 9mm shield but cannot seem to find anything already made. I have found a few horizontal options but thats all.
Does this sound like a product I might have to have custom made?
I am about at the comfort level with the Walther PPK/S (in .380 ACP / 9㎜ Kurz) as an everyday carry gun. During the fall and winter months, I normally wear attire that would be conducive to shoulder holster carry (e.g., suit jacket, sports jacket, light coat, et al.). So I am interested in a...