If you’re considering being a concealed carrier, there are a few main things you might want to be aware of. Even if you’ve had your concealed carry license for a while, it wouldn’t hurt to have a refresher on defensive logic, gun safety, and legal information, especially given the addition of constitutional carry. Find the information there.
Choosing the right concealed gun holsters is no less important.
CONCEALED GUN HOLSTERS
We do not know what the best concealed carry position is or if our Falco holsters are the best concealment holsters for your needs but reading that article will give you an idea of what cc holster you should buy for your firearm. We at Falco are able to produce not just pistol concealment holsters but also revolver concealment holsters. We produce all sizes of concealment holsters. For example, we are able to produce a compact concealed holster for Glock 19 or a full-size concealed carry 1911 holster.
There are six main types of carry concealed holsters to consider. The kind that’ll be best for you depends on the way you grip your pistol, your dominant hand, and your personal comfort. The different types are:
Outside the waistband holsters, or OWB concealment holsters.
Inside the waistband holsters, or IWB concealment holster.
All of these work well for concealed carry, with the exception of the OWB concealment holster. You can carry OWB, but you’ll need to adjust your wardrobe accordingly. It’ll be the easiest in the winter and fall to really make this style of carrying work.
Pocket holsters are made from leather or premium nylon fabric. The pocket gun case is keeping gun safe even in the trousers pocket. The bottom closed design does not allow dirt to come into the barrel and an open top for easy access. A good solution is also for storing the gun.
Our Belly band concealment holster is developed so the firearm is carried at the waist under the clothes, secured by an elastic cord. The gun is not visible under the clothes, it adheres well to the body and still, it keeps stable on the waist. Our belly bands are developed and designed also for women, therefore, we consider them one of the best solutions for concealment holsters for women.
CONCEALED HOLSTERS MATERIAL
From here, you’ll want to decide if you want molded Kydex, leather, or nylon as your concealment holster material. Each material has its own pros and cons.
Mainly concealment holsters made of Kydex, tend to be the cheapest and easiest to make and purchase. Unfortunately, because of that, they also tend to be very brittle and break easily. However, Falco Holsters works instead with American-made Kydex exclusively. You can expect great durability and reliability from our concealed carry Kydex holsters.
While you might save money upfront, you might end up spending more in the long run by having to replace one after another if you don’t purchase one from a reputable holster seller.
A quality custom leather concealment holsters will cost you $50-$100 but they will definitely last for more than 5 years. They get worn out over time, but the initial investment in high-quality materials makes for a purchase that will be well worth it.
These tend to be the most difficult to break in due to their initial stiffness, but once they’ve properly molded there’s no comparison in comfort.
Most nylon holsters today are a combination of a few different materials. This makes them versatile, affordable, and lightweight holsters. Nylon concealed carry holsters from Falco Holsters are unique in the fact that they can be produced for the rarest firearms with all kinds of accessories since they don’t require exact molds to be made.
HOW TO WEAR A CONCEALED CARRY HOLSTER
Our custom CCW holsters are carried in different ways, depending on the chosen position. It is believed, that the ideal carry style for IWB holsters is between 11 o’clock and 3 o’clock position.