Finding that "perfect" concealed carry holster is almost a never ending quest for individuals who carry concealed. Most people go through a series of holsters in a trial and error process trying to find the perfect combination of comfort and concealment.

In most cases, handgun owners end up with the proverbial "box of holsters" that end up sitting around without being used.

Friday, December 11, 2009

Gould & Goodrich Holsters

Known for both concealed carry holsters and law enforcement gear, Gould & Goodrich Holsters has been in business since 1981. Located in eastern NC, Gould & Goodrich was originally owned and operated by a subsidiary of S&W. The plant produced duty holsters and law enforcement accessories under the S&W name. In 1984, S&W decided to step out of the holster business and the plant was sold to a partnership called Gould & Goodrich. Since that time, Gould & Goodrich (more commonly called G&G) has been producing holsters that are used all across the world.

Gould & Goodrich (G&G for short) is probably best known for their law enforcement gear, which is in use all across the U.S. as well as internationally. Within the last few years, G&G opted to enter the concealed carry market. The line of CCW holsters that they offer is rapidly growing and features some unique designs. Probably the most popular designs they offer include the B891 clip-on and B890 belt slide. Unlike some holster production companies who may take 6-8 weeks to get a holster manufactured, G&G seems to have a very efficient process as they can usually have a holster completed in under 4 weeks.

As the times have changed, so has G&G. While leather is still a major priority for them in terms of holster materials, they are now offering duty holsters in a kydex thermoplastic that is covered in a synthetic leather. This design gives you all the durability and form of kydex coupled with the beauty and comfort of leather.

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