Quick tips on how you should wear a holster by Chris Sajnog

How to Wear a Holster – Quick Tip From a Retired Navy S.E.A.L.

Hey, guys what’s going on? In this quick tip, I just want to talk to you about where you should place your holster. It’s a question I get all the time, how to wear a holster.

Obviously, with so many different holsters and types of firearms and different body designs and all that different places to carry, there are literally hundreds of 1000s of combinations. But this is the one tip that you need to be able to figure out where you need to put your holster.

Chris Sajnog teaches where you should place your holster

Where To Carry It

In this quick tip on how to wear a holster.  Now first off, obviously, you’re going to figure out where you’re going to carry it. Figure if you want to carry it inside the waistband, is it an appendix carry, or is it outside under the arm? 

Wherever it is, figure it out, then what I want you to do is get a good solid grip on your firearm. You can do that by getting into your shooting position. Now when you have a good grip, you can go back with your perfect grip and find the perfect placement for you

Should You Use A Cant?

*The cant of a holster refers to how tilted forward from vertical the gun rides when carried in the holster.

Some people asked me if they should have a cant on their holster. “Should it be canted back or forward?” These are all things only you can only figure out with your and your gun and your perfect grip. 

I personally don’t like cants at all. A lot of people will cant it out and it’s usually because they have love handles. So I’d say work on that first. 

Figure out where is comfortable for you. Find a spot where you can get a good grip and that’s where it’s going to be. So that is your tip for how to find the right place to put your holster. 

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And that is it for today’s quick tip on how to wear a holster. Until next time you guys keep paving your path to perfection.

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