The Safariland Group Blog

Holsters Need Love Too - How to Clean and Care for your Safariland Holster

July 26, 2010 at 14:42
Posted in Duty Gear
There are not many shooters among us who neglect their firearms after a hard day’s shooting. Whether they get cleaned that day (best case scenario) or a few weeks after they’ve been used, the fact remains that they eventually get the care and attention they deserve. For many of us, there’s always that tinge of guilt hiding in the back of the brain that keeps reminding us, “Your guns are dirty…you’re neglecting them…why exactly do you hate your guns so much, what have they ever done to you…”... Read More »

The Nose Knows When Looking for Quality Leather Holsters

May 27, 2009 at 10:28
Posted in Duty Gear
What's the first thing you do when you pick up a fine leather holster? If you're like most of us, you hold it to your nose allow that wonderful aroma that only fine leather has. But what is that aroma really and how does it get there. I mean, after all, have you ever actually smelled a cow? Read More »

Concealed Carry Potty Training: Safeguarding Your Gun on Bathroom Breaks

January 20, 2009 at 08:04
Posted in Duty Gear | General
At minimum, a weapon complicates things in your normal toilet routine. Without the proper precautions things can get quite eventful. Imagine the embarrassment of having to ask the person in the stall next to you to return your weapon. Or imagine the risk of an accidental discharge or even diving to fetch your weapon. Trust me…if that happens fetching your weapon is just a part of the problem. Read More »