ABOUT WALTHER FIREARMS
After World War II, Walther was reduced to just a collection of designs and patents. But Fritz Walther started anew and began manufacturing in Ulm in southern Germany. The company resumed production of the P38 (renamed as the P1) in 1957 in order to equip the new West German Army, the Bundeswehr, with sidearms. When Fritz Walther died in December 1966, his son, Karl-Heinz, took over the company, which then concentrated on the sports sector and the introduction of new technologies. In 1993 the Walther firm was acquired by Umarex of Arnsberg, who continued to manufacture under the Walther name in Ulm and Arnsberg.
Looking For Walther Holster?
Walther holsters can be divided into four broad categories by use:
- Duty holsters, worn by uniformed peace officers and security personnel;
- Tactical holsters, worn by military, security, law enforcement personnel in certain situations;
- Concealment holsters, worn by peace officers and private persons; and
- Sporting holsters, worn for shooting sports and hunting
Looking for a holster for Walther? We will show you how to choose the best holster for you. Directly from producer.
When you are purchasing a Walther handgun it is advised that you check into the availability of holsters for the model you have chosen. It does no good to get a great deal on a handgun only to find that the industry just doesn't make a good variety of Walther holster styles for your handgun. If you are not interested in a form fitted holster and a universal nylon holster is all you want, it doesn't make a difference which Walther handgun purchase, as long as it is a quality handgun. Walther holsters are manufactured in a variety of materials including leather, nylon, plastic, kydex and in a variety of combinations.
Carrying a handgun on the strong side hip is considered to tactically be the best way to carry your handgun. Carrying strong side on the outside although is the fastest to acquire it may not be as concealable as an IWB (in the waistband, inside the pant) strong side Walther carry. Conversely should you spend most of your day sitting in a car the seat belt will get in the way of a clean draw and the IWB will get very uncomfortable.
Other common choices of Walther holster are: Shoulder holster, ankle holster, in the pants, in the pocket, small of the back, fanny packs, purses, concealment apparel, no holster, each has it's place- benefits and draw backs.
No matter if you are looking for Belt, Side, Ankle, Inside the pants, Iwb, Shoulder, Tactical, Drop Leg, Concealed Carry Walther Holster or Shoulder bags with Concealed Walther Holster or Fanny Packs and Belly Band, you will find it here in best quality and reliable price here: Walther Holsters
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More information about Walther: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Walther_arms
Walther official website: Walther official USA website
Walther Germany website: http://www.carl-walther.de