In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1pistolera femininefunda de pistola femininefunda de revólver feminineshe shot him before he could draw his gun from the holster — le disparó sin darle tiempo a desenfundar
- One item was a belt, which attached to were two leather holsters.
- Firearms officers in West Yorkshire are now allowed to routinely carry their handguns in their hip holsters.
- The door was opened by a stout man in the uniform with a holster on his belt.
- A coil handgun rested in a holster at his hip but, as he approached Casey and Trifmara, he made no move to reach for it.
- It is always safer to keep a firearm on your person in a holster, moonbag or similar holder so that you have control over it at all times.
- She twirled both of her pistols and stuck them in the holsters at her belt before picking up the spreadfire rifle and likewise slinging it over her shoulder.
- Belt holsters worn on the range for practice are easy to access, but there is often a lack of concealment or security.
- First things first, the holster should fit and be worn with a belt of proper width and thickness.
- Instinctively, his hand went to his own gun, tucked away in the leather holster by his belt.
- Billy pulled his gun out of the holster on his belt and stepped precariously into the farmhouse.
- Carried as a second or third gun it is a deep concealment piece often carried in an ankle holster or coat pocket.
- After a few hours of sleepless boredom, he took out a handgun from his leg holster.
- There was a pistol tucked in a worn leather holster at his hip within easy reach.
- Armed response units have been given the go-ahead to wear their handguns in hip-mounted holsters, even if they are not attending a firearms incident.
- During outings in the desert, they'd found regular leather holsters don't hold up well in the Arizona sun and heat.
- The holster should securely retain the handgun in case you wind up rolling around in the dirt.
- My gun was real, the bullets were real, and the holster was real leather stitched by hand.
- Shooting the soldier in the head she dropped her gun and pulled two more from her holsters on her belt.
- Ruby twirled the gun on her finger and slid it into the holster on her belt.
- Soon he realized men needed more powerful revolvers, but ones still easily carried in belt holsters.
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