NRA Ventilated Belly Holsters

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posted on June 6, 2014
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undefinedSummer is almost fully upon us, and the first thought for many concealed carriers is, "What sort of holster will I use?" For men and women alike, if you prefer to carry close to your core in a way that leaves as little of a gun impression as possible, a belly holster is the way to go. In particular, the NRA ventilated belly holster is a great summer option because this new version has perforated elastic, allowing your body to breathe more easily.

The NRA ventilated belly holster features a 5-inch ambidextrous band with pockets for mags and gear, and an adjustable retention strap. It comes in tan and black, with the tan option perfect for light-colored clothing. Fits come in small-, medium- and large-framed handguns. Sizes include M 32-36 inch, L 36-40 inch, XL 40-44 inch, XXL 44-50 inch.

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