The phrase "the customer is always right" means something that's both much simpler and more profound than it sounds: It means that whatever is selling the best is what people want...and therefore, what companies should give them. When it comes to concealed-carry pistols, the question of what is selling the best can be rather complex. You can ask individual companies, but they'll only have numbers for their own products (and estimates for their competitors'). You can ask individual people, but everyone has their own unique requirements and desires. So when American Rifleman's Joe Kurtenbach attended this year's Shooting, Hunting and Outdoor Trade (SHOT) Show, he decided to take a unique approach...he asked the holster makers what CCW gun models they made the most holsters for. Watch this video to find out what Kurtenbach learned about the top three concealed-carry pistols in America today. Are they right for you?
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