shoulder holster


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shoulder holster

n.
A leather holster hung from the shoulder and usually worn underneath the arm, allowing a handgun to be concealed underneath a coat.
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Noun1.shoulder holster - a holster worn over your shoulder so a gun can be concealed under your jacket
holster - a sheath (usually leather) for carrying a handgun
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I'm also looking for a shoulder holster for my SIG 365.
Over my waders rode a Smith & Wesson double-action magnum revolver in a Galco Great Alaskan shoulder holster.
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"There was always this risk going back to the house," he said, and took a revolver from his concealed shoulder holster.
He had been able to clear his .45 auto from John's superb X15 shoulder holster in time to outdraw and kill an enemy soldier about to shoot him.
Jodie Whittaker has been cast as the first female Doctor Who and, while Cillian Murphy, star of Peaky Blinders, is the latest leading man to be touted as the next James Bond when Daniel Craig hangs up his shoulder holster, there are those who think it's time form a female Bond.
Some concealment options include a pouch or purse, a hip or leg holster, a belly band or shirt or shoulder holster.
WLW introduced the Maverick shoulder holster last May, and I ordered a walnut-colored one with a double-magazine holster to hang under my right arm.
The open carry law took effect New Year's Day, allowing roughly 826,000 handgun license holders to carry their weapons openly in a hip or shoulder holster. There have been no major incidents related to the law reported to date.
Gunman: Street poses with gun in shoulder holster in 1978