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100% JESUS Ankle Holster

100% JESUS Ankle Holster

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When something bad (or very bad) happens, like during a street shootout or a home break-in, we wouldn't stand tall and shoot like in the range. We usually would hide behind an obstacle, a car, a tree or a balcony in a kneeling position to cover our body before doing something in return. At this time, a 100% Jesus ankle holster is the perfect choice for you.
First, it provides you a sticky, stay-in-place spot where you can draw your firearm from, even when you run, crawl or jump.
Second, if your main firearm is out of ammo, or your comrade is out of it, 100%Jesus can be used as a back-up holster.
Third, it's hard to draw your firearm from your belt holster when you kneel, or when you're on the ground (like if you're knocked down by a home intruder), but it's much easier and more natural to draw it from your ankle holster.
Last but not least, not like many other ankle holsters on the market, 100% Jesus holster can be worn all day without any feeling of itching or irritating.

- 2 Extra Straps: Folks with fat legs sometimes have troubles finding perfect ankle holsters on the market that fit their calves. With Dinosaurized's 100% Jesus ankle holster, this is no longer an issue. 100% Jesus holster has 2 straps that can helps extend the holster to any calf sizes, they can also help keep the holster stay well put even when you run jump or crawl.


- Extra mag holster: As a back up holster, 100% Jesus not only provides you an extra spot to place your firearm, but also another place where you can conceal your spare magazine. This added feature can be really helpful when you're out of ammo or when your friend/ comrade needs one.


- Quick draw:Feel free to laugh at me if I said an ankle holster is "easy-to-draw", but yes it is, in my humble opinion. As I mentioned, in real life situations if you heard some gun shots, especially from behind, even if you're well-armed, the first thing you'd have to do is to find somewhere to hide, lower your stance, or even lie down to at least know where the gunshot came from. And when you do that, it's much easier to draw your firearm from your ankle holster. It also looks much more natural to draw from it when you're seated in a car or in a restaurant.

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