SHOUL­DER HOL­STERS ALSO PRO­VIDE CROSS-DRAW AC­CESS

Concealed Carry Hand Guns - - BUYER’S GUIDE -

A cross-draw hol­ster does not need to be mounted on the belt. Although not as pop­u­lar as they once were, the shoul­der hol­ster is an­other cross-draw op­tion. The shoul­der hol­ster, such as the Mi­ami Clas­sic from Galco Gun Leather, may be more vi­able for some shoot­ers, par­tic­u­larly if they drive long dis­tances on a reg­u­lar ba­sis. It may be the best way to keep the carry gun free of the seat­belt, but con­ceal­ment is heav­ily de­pen­dent on cloth­ing such as a jacket. In warm weather, I have con­cealed a shoul­der hol­ster by wear­ing a Hawai­ian-style shirt over a T-shirt with the outer shirt un­but­toned. It is not ideal, but it seemed to work well for me at the time. Un­for­tu­nately, the shoul­der hol­ster shares many of the same dis­ad­van­tages as the belt mounted cross-draw setup.

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