Bravo Concealment Holster - How to Use Your Concealed Gun
Bravo Concealment gives you a great deal of choice when it comes to choosing the right gun holster. Whether yo are seeking to carry IWB(at the belt) or OWB(on the belt) you're sure to find exactly what you're seeking. With so many different options to choose from, it may seem a bit overwhelming. However, if you break things down in terms of function and design you'll quickly see how easily this selection process can be.
The company knows that not everyone wants or needs the same thing as the various models and options offered by Bravo Concealment holsters. This is why they offer such an extensive variety for both OWB and IWB carry. Not only are they readily available in many popular sporting goods stores, but they can also be purchased direct from the company's website. A one year unlimited lifetime warranty on all holsters is included with your purchase.
One thing that the company is especially proud of is their PCC stainless steel belt model. This is used in all of their holsters and has a polished finish. It's been said that stainless steel has a better resistance to stain and corrosion than other metals. This is definitely true in both the stainless steel belt model and the other models that include the PCC feature.
The next option in the range of Bravo Concealment holsters is the PCC leather paddle model. This model is designed in the same manner as the belt model and includes an aluminum or leather paddle that can be attached either vertically or horizontally. Both of these options provide an easy to grip surface that is extremely comfortable for you to carry. You don't have the option of having your paddle permanently affixed to the front of your belt.
There are a couple of differences between the PCC model and the other styles of Bravo holsters on the market. Firstly, the stainless steel belts feature a textured surface. This allows the leather to slip into and out of place more easily. The textured surface also adds another layer of padding over the metal, reducing the amount of friction that's experienced by the holster. The belt-style models don't have this textured surface.
Another great feature that the PCC offers is an adjustable cant. If you're going to be carrying a very large handgun (we'll talk about that in a minute), then the cant is a vital feature. You will need to make sure that it's well below the belt's length so that the cant is able to accommodate the additional weight. There's a simple way to test this: just take the cant off. If it drops significantly, you need to make sure that you've chosen the right cant height.
Some people might be concerned about how easy it is to conceal a PCC. The quick answer to that is: it's really not that hard! Even if you're physically smaller than the guy wearing it, you can still get your gun out without much thought. The special hidden compartment is located in the back of the gun, above the grip. This compartment is highly insulated, so even if your hands become warm, the gun won't be.
Once you've taken the PCC out of the box, you're not just done with its basic functionality. The Bravo Concealment Holster can be completely customized. You can add your name, create an emergency account, lock/unlock special compartments, change the magazine, attach a special colored leather strap, etc. The possibilities are endless. Basically, anything that you can think of is possible. So if you ever need to carry a larger gun, this is the holster for you.