SOME POINTERS ON SELECTING PISTOL HOLSTERS
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SOME POINTERS ON SELECTING PISTOL HOLSTERS

SOME POINTERS ON SELECTING PISTOL HOLSTERS




      

SOME POINTERS ON SELECTING PISTOL HOLSTERS


SOME POINTERS ON SELECTING PISTOL HOLSTERS

As is usual with goods made for hunters and sportsmen, some holsters are made to sell and others for use. The first thing to consider in buying a scabbard is the use the pistol it is destined to carry is to be put to. For pocket guns the square back holsters with stiff counter and spring clip to prevent its being withdrawn when the gun is pulled are best.

For men who expect to have real occasion to use a pistol, he shoulder holsters are excellent. These are worn under the left arm, being strapped around the body and over the shoulder. The revolver is held in place by a spring which tightens over the cylinder. The end of the barrel rests in a socket and when one desires to draw his gun in a hurry he grasps the stock and a slight jerk pulls it free from the spring and it is unnecessary to pull it out its entire length as with the ordinary style.

If one expects to carry a pistol over rough ground or when on horseback, those with a flap are to be preferred, as this prevents the gun being jerked out and lost. It is best by all means to buy holsters of a regular saddle or leather working firm, as such people being in touch with plainsmen and prospectors know their wants and requirements. To shape a new holster, first oil the gun heavily with "3 in 1" oil. Then place in the holster and soak it in warm water for a few moments. Leave the gun in place until the holster is thoroughly dry and it will retain the guns outline and make "draws" an easy matter. Holsters should receive frequent dressings with pure neats-foot oil, as they draw moisture and are liable to rust the weapon. Cartridge belts should receive the same attention, for if shells are left in them any length of time it will be next to impossible to pull them out.

Fur, News. Fur News, January 1916.

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