I know I sound like a broken record on this but survival and prepping events do not typically occur during springtime, when the birds are singing, and puppies are frolicking in the dandelions. These things occur when the conditions are definitely not optimal and most likely, are terrible.
Wet conditions are a common situation that can cause problems for those of us who want to be more self-reliant. For Tactical Tuesday today I wanted to discuss your concealed carry holster. I am an old school type of guy, I really like the old ways on several different fronts. One particular way is that I like leather holsters. Not because they are the most practical, but simply because they have done their job for a lot longer than many other materials. However, I was in a class last summer where I started to question my concealed carry holster. Not that it is not high quality and works well, it has served me for many years. It is just that this class was on an extremely hot summer day and it caused problems for me.
In this video I discuss some specifics of that and give you an alternative that I now use. Come on, join in, let’s learn together!
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