Firearm holsters are available for people who prefer open carry, or if your concealed carry loadout supports a holster. Holsters are available in multiple materials and styles, but it’s important to understand the significance of specific holsters. Duty holsters are meant to be used in situations where they must be readily available, but not so easily removed that they could slip out from casual gestures or daily, civil activities. For this reason, duty holsters have a retention features such as screws, decoy straps, and hood guards. Active retention that requires snapping buttons, removing a strap, or otherwise breaking a seal makes the draw slower, but reduces theft. Tactical holsters lack retention and have other tactical features. They are usually made out of materials that are highly resistant to wear and tear, and may include camouflage that supports the user’s area. Concealment holsters are smaller and more easily concealed than other holsters. They may allow some of the weapon to leave the holster in two or more areas, or may envelop the weapon in a way that conforms to the body in a more casual fashion. Our holster selections support American and military honor, as well as options that provide low profile or camouflaged features. Take a look at our selection, and if you have any questions or suggestions, let our team of military service professionals know.