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Your opinion of shoulder holsters?

Excellent, I love and use them.
34 %34 %34 %
34.21% (351)

Meh, I'm neutral.
49 %49 %49 %
49.32% (506)

A joke, not really practical.
16 %16 %16 %
16.47% (169)
  
Comment made by mark on 2019-11-20 13:48:05
JOSEY WALES AND HARRY CALLAHAN BOTH USED SHOULDER HOLSTERS. WORKED GOOD FOR THEM. FIND WHAT WORKS GREAT FOR YOU THEN THAT WILL BE THE BEST. WHAT I LIKE ABOUT SHOULDER HOLSTERS IS THE WAY THEY DISTRIBUTE THE WEIGHT. ALWAYS CARRY A BACK UP. 2 IS 1, 1 IS NONE.

Comment made by Scott on 2019-11-20 13:51:34
Works if you have a thick jacket, otherwise nah

Comment made by kenneth on 2019-11-20 19:26:03
i carry a s&w 1066 in a miami vice rig and it works very well for me, out in the woods i carry my sig 220 on my belt. love them both. Ken

Comment made by X-RATED on 2019-11-21 21:53:12
I have a number of shoulder holsters in varying styles. I find they carry the weight more comfortably than the same pistol worn at the belt. Plus it is MUCH easier to take a dump wearing a shoulder holster.

Comment made by X-RATED on 2019-11-21 21:58:35
I have a number of shoulder holsters in varying styles. I find they carry the weight more comfortably than the same pistol worn at the belt. Plus it is MUCH easier to take a dump wearing a shoulder holster.

Comment made by Ronald on 2019-11-24 18:58:24
I carry my Ed Brown Kobra in my shoulder rig and Hand Grenades on my belt LOL.

Comment made by Stephen on 2019-11-27 19:18:45
great for hunting. I carry my Brn Hi-pwr and 2 spare mags quite comfortably as a back up.

Comment made by Richard on 2019-11-30 08:42:34
I like them for hunting and field use, great for long barreled T/Cs and Revolvers. Simply Rugged Holsters Chesty Puller rig is a nice variation on the theme too. My 10.5 inch barrel Smith and Wesson 460 just has a sling, and I also carry my 16 inch T/C 45-70 that way when configured as a pistol.

Comment made by Chuck on 2019-12-01 15:13:16
I was taught to never cover or point the weapon at anything I didn't want to shoot, to and including myself. Pulling a weapon from a shoulder holster you will cover or pass across ones arm when drawing. To each their own.

Comment made by Christopher on 2019-12-02 20:12:09
Please don't take this the wrong way people. This is America and I am entitled to an opinion regardless of how much it angers all of you. I feel that a shoulder holster is necessary if you are a detective from the Prohibition/Great Depression era or are a crew member of a Sherman tank in the 1940s during WW2. It's the 21st century and I feel that the days of those old things are over with.

Comment made by Jake on 2019-12-03 15:31:53
Walther PPK in a Galco Executive. Sometimes as a primary, sometimes as a secondary. Great if you’re in a car a lot- easy access. Excellent very comfortable minimalist holster carries very well, but only really useful wearing a jacket. Bianchi shoulder rigs just don’t work for me for Smith 29’s and 1911’s. I prefer belt holsters for larger guns even when hunting/outdoors.

Comment made by James on 2019-12-07 09:22:07
It depends on the time of the year. In the winter months when it is colder I like them as I most likely will be living in my coat. Not so good in the summer months. The biggest thing is to get it adjusted properly.

 
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