Beretta Holsters is one of the best kinds of gun holsters available today. There is a Beretta pistol Holster available for just about every style of handgun that you can imagine. The leather pouches used in many holsters come in a variety of sizes, so you can choose a small, medium or large size pouch to fit your particular pistol. You can also select from a number of different styles of Beretta Holsters made from leather. Whether you're looking for an Aftermarket Belt, Shoulder, paddle or ankle model, you're sure to find exactly what you're looking for.
You'll be able to carry your Beretta pistol securely and comfortably using one of the many quality iwb Pro holsters available today. If you need more storage space, you may want to consider an extended waistband model made from cowhide. In addition to providing extra carrying space, many of the newer models of Beretta holsters feature a snap down waistband with an attached comb plate in order to secure the pistol even more securely.
The main reason that many people buy a holster these days is safety. It is important to know that the older (and less expensive) beretta holsters had a weak grip and required that you manually pull the holster by the handle instead of simply lifting it up. With the iwb Pro, however, all you have to do is press the snap down snap in the front of the beretta holsters. This provides an extremely secure and comfortable way to carry your gun.
While many traditional leather holsters have a strong grip, it's hard to draw and hold. On the other hand, many modern materials including iwb Pro leather have much smoother surfaces, which make them easier to draw and hold. This added draw time can be very important for those who regularly use their guns for rapid target changes. This is where the iwb Pro shines.
With some manufacturers, including Columbia River Brass, offering their customers an ambidextrous model, it can be difficult to find a holster with both ease of use and comfort. Some holsters require that you draw the gun once you've placed it in the holster. Other models, however, provide a paddle or thumb break so you can easily draw the gun again without having to place it into the holster. Because of the lack of thumb break on the conventional holsters, however, these models are not recommended for use with live ammunition. These holsters have a built-in rubber insert located in the base of the gun for support. The gun can then be held in the base of this rubber, making it extremely easy to use even with live ammunition.
The standard beretta holster uses an outside the waistband (owb) to secure the handgun. Because of the outside the waistband (owb) feature, an outside the waistband (OWB) style holster may not be the most comfortable to use. For instance, many people may find that they can't get their handgun close enough to comfortably carry it in the OWB. For these people, an inside the waistband (ib) style holster may be the best option. An ib holster will retain its place in the waist, allowing the handgun to be close enough to be carried easily by the user.
Many holsters come in two basic styles: traditional beretta and new generation iwb holsters. Traditional beretta models utilize an ottoman, while the new generation iwb holsters are designed to be worn under regular pants. Both of these options are popular with different shooters, depending on comfort and concealability. The traditional beretta holster utilizes a top Velcro strap to keep the pistol securely in place. For more stability, the top velcro can also be strapped down through the waistband. Pins are used to hold the holster in place.
One final option available for concealed carry is the Beretta Px4 Storm. Unlike other options, the Px4 Storm uses a side release mechanism that enables quick access to the pistol. Because of the side release, this model is similar to some of the newer Px4 models, such as the Sig Sauer pistols. However, the Storm retains its traditional styling, using a traditional nine-spot magazine storage clip. The side release is fixed, and there is a rubberized grip available to make the pistol feel even more secure.