The Evolution Of the Holster II.
Part two of our continued history series. For part one, click HERE. “A Historic Utilitarian Design Helps Promote Everyday Carry But Laws And Changing Times In The Past Ultimately Lead To A Need For Concealment” General use, “open top” belt holsters as we know them, really started to appear in the latter third of the […]Read more
The Evolution of The Holster
Eons ago, before firearms became common, probably the most “common” fighting tool (after the development of a club of some sort or a pointed spear made of wood) was the “edged” weapon; often a “sword” of some sort, style or length.Read more