Plate Carrier Holster
There are several things to consider when choosing a plate carrier holster, and there are several types of these holsters too. Which one you select depends on how you plan to use your vest. If you are in the service, for example, you will most likely need a military plate carrier holster that is designed for quick access to your pistol. If you plan to be out in the field long-term, such as a hunter, then you will want to choose a holster that will store your handgun in a more secure fashion, so it remains safe from accidental discharge.
Most carriers can accept either a double-click release or a snap release, and some may even include both. The reason for this is to keep your handgun stored in an accessible location while still allowing it quick access if the need arises. For instance, during a scenario where you are in a combat zone and you are facing deadly fire, your handgun must be kept within easy reach in order to save your life. In other words, your potential victims must have no problem locating your weapon. With a properly sized holster, it is very unlikely that they will be able to get to your gun during a chaotic situation.
So, how do we choose which plate carrier holster we want to purchase? First, we have to determine the primary function of the item. If you only intend to use the item during your daily life, you won't need a military vest style holster. If you do plan on being deployed or in an emergency situation, you will want a heavier duty item that will withstand rigorous wear and tear.
Next, we have to consider the type of shooting we plan on doing. Most guys just carry a standard M16A1 pistol with a full magazine and a bi-directional sling. If we are going to be using this product for our target practice, we might want to consider buying a new set of extended M16A1 magazines and a g-code h-mar molle vest plate carrier holster mounting platform adapter tan. This accessory is made from an ultra-lightweight high tech material that makes it nearly impossible to lose during a chase or during a live-fire scenario.
The last thing we need to discuss is functionality. If you plan on carrying an M.S.A. themed gear bag, you might want to buy a plate carrier holster with a full canteen. It's always nice to have some extra ammunition or an extra magazine when you need it most.
In terms of functionality, a plate carrier holster is really good if you plan on practicing a lot and moving around a lot. You can follow below process to chontact us with your new M.S.A. themed gear bag. First, you will want to find yourself a heavy duty tactical nylon carrier for your M.S.A. bag. If possible, get one that has 12 separate pockets.
Next, you can follow below process to chontact us with your new M.S.A. themed gear bag. First, you can cut your leather sling purse into two parts. One side can have regular stitching while the other can have tear drop shaped stitches. You can then secure the one side to the back of your new plate carrier holster's front strap. On the other hand, if you want to make the bag look more like a military vest carrier, you can stitch the front flap to resemble the stitched flap on a military vest.
Last but not least, you can follow below process to chontact us with your new M.S.A. themed military vest carrier. First, you will want to find yourself an old army green army fatigue blouse in the color that you want to go with your new M.S.A. bag. Sew the left side to the back of your green fatigue blouse, and the right side to the front of your green army fatigue blouse.