All About 1911 Holster Owb

The 1911 holster owb is designed as a retention-style holster and has a dual-layer design. They use neoprene to cover the barrel, muzzle, and back of the weapon and provide additional comfort. The outer layer of this 1911 holster owb is made out of durable polyester Cordura fabric.

This 1911 holster owb also features a clip-on design, as well as a reinforced thumb break for security. It also comes with an adjustable belt loop and can accept belts up to 2′ wide. This 1911 holster is perfect for any size pistol from .22 caliber up to .45 calibers with 4″ barrels or shorter lengthwise, but not recommended for those weapons longer than 4″. The 1911 holster owb comes in three different color options: black, tan, and OD Green.

In addition to the 1911 holster owb, this product line also includes a pocket holster and a wallet model. The pocket unit fits on any type of belt up to 1.75″ wide, while the wallet version has a similar design with an elastic band on the back that holds it securely in place within your pocket or purse. Both the pocket model and wallet model have the same features as their owb counterparts but without the belt loop attachment.

The 1911 holster owb is built in the U.S. and made by a manufacturer who takes pride in their products, as well as providing superior customer service.


It’s hard to beat 1911 for reliability, accuracy, and firepower. And while it might not be a particularly comfortable gun to shoot due to its heavy recoil, most people find that the average 1911 is quite accurate at out to 50 yards or so.

However, some say that carrying an automatic pistol all day can lead to fatigue and discomfort in your arm. If so, try a 1911 holster owb. It can help distribute the weight of your gun so that your arm can remain comfortable more easily.

Also, the 1911 is chambered to fire powerful rounds, in this case, the .45 ACP cartridge that was developed by John Browning. While these are powerful rounds that have an optimum range of 50 to 100 yards, they can be less than optimal when carried concealed due to their heavy recoil and heavyweight. Using a 1911 holster will make it easier to carry your gun every day because it will evenly distribute the weight of your weapon and make carrying it easier on your body.

Finally, 1911 has many accessories available for it. For instance, there are a number of sights that you can use on your gun to improve accuracy. There are also several grips that you can swap out and try to find one that suits you the best.

There are even different types of holsters available. But before we go into detail on the various types, let’s go over some history of 1911. During World War I, John Browning worked with Colt to design an automatic pistol for military use. They produced several prototypes of this new pistol and tested them for endurance and reliability under harsh conditions.

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