Ultimate CCW Guide - Best Concealed Carry Holsters for Safe Gun Carry
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Cross Draw Holsters
Crossdraw holsters have stood as a symbol of ease and convenience in firearm carriage for years. No matter if you are looking for leather cross draw holster variants or specific cross draw revolver holster models, Craft Holsters is your one-stop destination for an extensive selection of customized crossdraw holsters. If you’re not yet decided on which gun holster to buy next, read on and learn why our crossdraw holsters are the way to go.
What is a Crossdraw Holster?
Have you ever been engrossed in a thrilling Western or a detective movie where the protagonist skillfully draws their gun from a cross draw holster? This type of holster is positioned across the body, allowing for an intuitive and comfortable draw, particularly when seated. Traditionally a favorite among law enforcement and gun enthusiasts, the cross draw concealment holster has garnered popularity among civilians, offering not only functionality but also an undeniable stylish allure, especially those crafted from premium leather.
Main Features of Crossdraw Holsters
- Time-honored wearing style coupled with modern finesse
- Suitable for both concealed and open carry with cross draw concealed holsters
- Offering exceptional balance and premium comfort
- Easy and swift access to your firearm
- Can be worn in various positions, optimizing comfort and access
- Ideal for larger handguns, including revolvers with the cross draw revolver holster
- Often integrated with additional compartments for ammo storage
- Easy concealment, particularly in colder months with a cross draw concealment holster
Main Types of Cross Draw Holsters
Craft Holsters prides itself on presenting a varied range of cross draw holster options suitable for different occasions and preferences. Here's a brief look into our major categories of crossdraw holsters:
Leather Cross Draw Holster
Experience the luxury and durability with our leather cross draw holster series, perfectly blending traditional craftsmanship with modern functionalities.
Cross Draw Revolver Holster
Ideal for those who prefer revolvers, our cross draw revolver holster category presents holsters that are both stylish and practical.
Cross Draw Western Holster
Delve into the world of wild west with our cross draw western holster collection, merging age-old aesthetics with contemporary requirements.
Cross Draw Concealed Holster
Discover the ease of cross draw concealment with cross draw concealed holsters, promising not just style but also utmost convenience. Even though our cross draws only attach outside the waistband, hiding them from the unwanted eyes is very easy, so you can now enjoy your cross draw holster for concealed carry too.
Materials Utilized in Crafting Crossdraw Holsters
Craft Holsters is known for its extensive range of materials used in the crafting of cross draw holsters. From premium quality leather to other durable materials, here's what you can expect:
Leather Crossdraw Holsters
Our leather cross draw holsters are made from high-grade Italian leather, offering durability coupled with style, promising a lifetime of service.
Cross Draw Nylon Holsters
Besides leather, we offer nylon cross draw holsters made of soft and breathable materials promising resilience and longevity, ensuring a safe and comfortable carrying experience.
Crossdraw Holsters FAQ
What is a Cross Draw Holster?
A cross draw holster is a type of gun holster that is designed to be worn on the opposite side of the dominant hand, allowing for a crossbody draw. This style of holster is popular for its comfort and easy access, particularly when seated.
How to Wear a Cross Draw Holster?
To wear a cross draw holster, position it on your belt or waistband on the opposite side of your dominant hand. The angle of the holster should allow for an intuitive and comfortable drawing motion across your body.
What are the Best Cross Draw Holsters?
The best cross draw holsters are those that meld premium materials with excellent craftsmanship, ensuring a perfect fit for your firearm and offering ease of access. Our top recommendations at Craft Holsters are:
HOW TO BREAK-IN AN CROSS DRAW HOLSTER?
If you get one of the best leather cross draw holsters above, it’s highly likely you won’t need to do any cross draw holster break-in. However, in case your new holster feels a bit too tight or the leather strap too short, just follow our Leather Cross Draw Holster Break-in Guide. And if you don’t have any break-in solution at hand, feel free to get our Leather Holster Break-in Kit.
Best Gun Holster Accessories
Choose the right accessories below that will enhance your carry. Don't forget that a proper magazine pouch, a belt or a concealed carry bag are always good choices.
Cross Draw Holsters Holsters Pros and Cons
- Perfect choice for driving, hunting, and sedentary jobs
- Cross draw holster prevent shoulder pains upon draw
- Ideal match for full-size pistols and large-framed revolvers
- Great stability on the belt
- Less immediate access to the firearm as with strong-side holsters
- Drawing takes some time to get used to
- Poorly constructed cross draw holsters might create discomfort
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