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How to Care for Leather Holsters

by Brad Fitzpatrick   |  February 4th, 2014 0

Many shooters like the look and feel of leather holsters for concealed carry, and leather holsters also have several attractive advantages. They’re oftentimes more comfortable than synthetic holsters, and they’re also quieter when carrying concealed.

Despite their many advantages, leather holsters are more susceptible to wear and damage than other holsters. Eventhough today’s modern leather holsters are durable and robust, there are some basic steps you can take to prolong the life of your holster and protect it from the elements.

Properly care for leather holsters by following these seven tips, and you’ll be able to use your holster every day for several years.

About Brad Fitzpatrick

Brad Fitzpatrick is a full-time outdoor writer who lives in southern Ohio with his wife Bethany. Over the course of his career Fitzpatrick has hunted across the United States as well as in Europe and Africa. He is also the author of the book "The Shooter's Bible Guide to Concealed Carry."

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