Las Vegas, NV, October 17, 2011 --(PR.com
)-- After beginning to sell gun holsters earlier this year, TheGunHolsterStore.com has already entered the stage as a reliable and competitive store to cater to the needs of anyone trying to find the proper gun holster. Alex Manire, the General Manager, has stated, “We really wanted to create a store that would help eliminate all the questions many people may have while trying to locate what would best suite their needs concerning the proper carry of a firearm.” With that purpose in mind TheGunHolsterStore.com has now implemented a new tool to make things easier for people as they search for their next gun holster.
The Search by Firearm tool on their site allows an individual to find gun holsters that will properly fit their specific pistol but with an added reference chart on each product page. “Instead of just having you plug in which pistol you own and us shipping you that holster,” Alex said, “we lay out as many pistols on a chart for you so you may see all the weapons that will work with each holster model.”
The process works by you selecting the holster you are interested in. You might start by searching for all the holsters specifically suited for your pistol, or you may look through the holsters themselves and then see if it is compatible with your firearm. Regardless how you get there once you are looking at a specific gun holster you will find a chart that displays the many pistols that the holster can fit, and the specific model number you will need. Unlike other sites this gives you the ability to determine at a glance what other pistols will properly fit into the holster you are about to purchase.
“Some of the questions we get,” Alex continued, “are what other pistols will fit into the holster that a person is looking to get. This should help the individual determine all the possible uses they may get out of a single holster.” With another way to ensure you are completely comfortable with the gun holster you are about to purchase, TheGunHolsterStore.com is continuing in their goal of taking all the guess work out of finding the right holster.