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Crosman AirSoft Shoulder Holster
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- Ambidextrous shoulder holster for airsoft guns
- Fully adjustable; quick-release retention straps
- Pistol holster fits most medium-size handguns
- Includes pouch for 2 spare clips
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Crosman Airsoft Shoulder Holster - Adjustable
Carry your airsoft pistol in a discrete location with the Crosman airsoft shoulder holster. The ambidextrous garment is fully adjustable, with quick-release retention straps for easy on and off. The unit comes with a pistol holster that fits most medium-sized handguns, along with a pouch for two spare clips.
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1: The straps under the holster/clip aren't symmetrical and may be an awkward length for some people. I want my weapon pretty close to my armpit and the gun side is good, but the clip side seems a bit lacking in terms of its length.
2. An optional strap that went around your back would be helpful. This would make it a bit more cumbersome to put on, but guns aren't all that light, and when you lean forward while wearing this it would be nice to know your weapon won't fall out of your jacket.
I ride my motorcycles as often as the weather permits, and this product had made it that much easier for me to conceal carry. Regardless of my criticism, I plan to use this daily. While in the upright position it is comfortable and doesn't cause much neck strain. (For reference I'm a small/medium sized guy at 5'9" and 145 lbs)
I got mine for my Kahr CW9. Fits fine. The holster of course is a bit big but the thumb break strap secures the weapon well. Which you'd better hope it does because on a horizontal holster like this, that strap is all that's keeping your gat from falling out and meeting Mr. Floor, probably in a very inconvenient place at a really bad time. So button both those snaps if you're worried about it. They both won't fail, unless they do......
The magazine pockets are large as well, but the Velcro holds them in nicely. As others have noted, if you open a mag pouch be prepared to catch your mag. As I understand it it's a thing called gravity which causes this. I dunno- I aint no scientist.
Here, though, is the reason it gets only three stars, and the reason why I will be returning this. In the picture here it plainly shows- and many of the reviews describe- the rig as having quick-release buckles on the holster and magazine pouch, making it very easily switched for left or right hand use.
Well, mine ain't got no stinkin' quick release buckles. What it does have is regular buckles like you gotta feed the straps through. I don't have to change mine around, but if I did I would be very unhappy, threading those straps up down and all around. Apparently this is the newest model....So that's on Amazon's head- they should have changed the picture and then I wouldn't have ordered it.
Basically, the holster is O.K. But I think it's best suited for airsoft and non-adult people. Here's why I think that. I have a very similar holster, for which I paid only a couple of bucks more than this one. On the Crosman rig, I have the straps let out all the way and it fits well. I am right under 6 ft. tall and about 230 lbs. If I was any bigger or taller it wouldn't fit so good. My other holster is adjusted well, and there is still plenty of strappage to let out.Just as a side note, a lot of people think that a shoulder holster ought to be worn snugged right up to the armpit, and then wonder why their weapon isn't very well concealed. Shoulder holsters should be worn so they hang lower. Notice there is a gap between your arm below the elbow and your body when your arms are hanging naturally. That's where Mr. Holster wants to be. Not far above your belt line actually. ALSO yes indeed a shoulder holster will flop all around when you're on the move. You gotta use those straps that are hanging down there. They secure around your belt, see. So as to prevent excess movement.
Onward through the fog.......at any rate, due to the short straps I think this rig is made for teenagers at the most. Also- comparing it with my other holster, it is just not as heavy-duty. The padding on the yoke is thinner. Same with all the straps. And the holster's fabric seems softer and more cloth-like than the tough material of the other holster. While I am confident that my other rig will carry my 1911 and three mags of hardball all day every day and hold up well, I wouldn't be too sure about the Crosman's durability.........
All in all, this is a decent holster for light use and/or lightweight weapons. And if you're not really tall. One guy said he was 6' 6" and it fit him. I can't imagine how. And if you don't mind the lack of quick release buckles. and if you like basic black. But really, although many folks rave about what a good deal this is for the price, it ain't necessarily so. Universal holsters on eBay start out today at $9.99 with free shipping. For $11.90 you can get one in a choice of seven different colors or camo patterns.I can't vouch for the quality. But for like fifteen bucks you can get a UTG, which is what mine is. This one is going back.
At least now I can carry my pistols out to battle without having to hold on to them the whole time AND have extra bb's ready to load the clip in case I run out. The adjustable straps are a little hard at first because its knew, but once you use them they get easier.
Also there are velcro laces on the bottom of the holster and the pounches that go around the belt loops of your pants so that the shoulder holster doesn't move around as much while your moving. They do not go around you like a belt or in front of your waist (which I kind of wish they did because it almost feels like your wearing those uh... pant straps that go to your shoulders... I forget what they are called... But anyway, you know what I mean). I did not know that at first since the box came with no directions on how to put it on, but I figured it out.
Overall, its a good shoulder holister. Is it the best... no, but its still pretty good.
Fits a Beretta M9
Difficult to adjust
Not as secure as other Shoulder holsters (you get what you pay for)
Belt loops are Velcro and tended to rub through my shirt, causing discomfort
I would not recommend this holster to a friend. I recommend saving up for a better, more secure comfortable option like a Blackhawk or Uncle Mikes