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Gun Holsters

Gun Holsters

The Holster Destination

Elite operators need a holster with the right fit and style to serve them in any mission. Finding the perfect holster has never been easier. You can browse tactical, duty or concealment holsters, depending on your operational needs and personal preferences. You can also sort products by brand, material or top-selling models. Not sure where to start? Read through our holster resources section to learn how to choose the right holster and to compare different types of holsters and materials. You can find a number of styles with adjustable straps and cutting-edge technology in weapon retention options for complete control of your weapon, giving you all-day comfort and peace of mind.

  • Blackhawk Holsters
  • Gould & Goodrich Holsters
  • Uncle Mike's Holsters
  • Condor Holsters
  • Galco Holsters
  • Safariland Holsters

Holster Resources

Gun Holster Videos

  • SERPA Level 2 Holster with Todd Jarrett
  • Condor Tornado Tactical Leg Holster at SHOT Show 2015
  • Uncle Mike's OT Inside-The-Pant Holster
  • Galco Stow-N-Go Inside the Pant Holster at SHOT Show 2014

Recent Holster Reviews

    • Condor Universal Holster

    • 5.0 star rating
    • Multi use holster
      Reviewer: B Lawrence


      I use these in backpacks, but I really bought them to stick to the inside door of my gun safe to hold my pistols. Works like a dream.

    • Safariland ALS/SLS Level III Retention Duty Holster

    • 5.0 star rating
    • Perfect fit for my Glock 30 SF
      Reviewer: Rich Daugherty


      This holster is exactly what it looked like online and exactly what I hoped it would be. I don't ordinarily open carry, and refuse to do so without a proper level III holster. I'm not an LEO. I'm an ordinary citizen who normally carries CCW. One thing to point out to others like me... you may have a bit of adjustment for a comfortable position in the seat of your car. My bucket seats conflict with the weapon being so outboard of my hip. It took a few days and slight adjustments to the holster position on my belt to get it right.