The gun industry is constantly growing, as is handgun accessory industry such as concealed carry holster and open carry holster. In addition, more and more holster companies are beginning to surface here in the United States. As with any startup business they are typically starting out of their basements and many times are still working full time. Many times these companies overlook the simplest of things such as proper holster care. And not only do they forget to address this, but so does the handgun owner.
Most gun owners take pain staking care of their handguns, ensuring that they clean them after every use. But so many times they simply put the holster in their drawer or it stays on their hip as they continue to clean their concealed carry handgun. Considering the holster is the one item that is always protecting your handgun and your gun holster belt is the other item that gives you the overall support when wearing your handgun. Why would you not think about giving these items a little extra care and attention.
Holsters come in a wide range of styles, from pocket holsters to hybrid holsters and everything in between. Because these are typically concealed carry unless you are in law enforcement they are either in your pocket or inside your pants or belt. Even gun holsters for women are designed to be placed in the purse. These are classic places to collect lint, dust and other pollutants that will affect the overall operation of your handgun.
Just Holster It is one of the few companies that puts a focus on proper care of Concealment Holsters. So much so that they have taken great detail in reviewing many of the gun lubricant products on the market to find the best. They have uncovered a product called Slip2000 which is a synthetic lubricant that not only reduces friction but also does not attract dust. In fact, they include a sample wipe with every holster that is sent to their dealers or ordered via their website.
Simply wipe down the inside of your holster once a week and even the gun at the same time. Check your screws to make sure they are snug and won’t fall out or effect the performance of your holster and you are ready for another week of concealed carry.