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How to Use Your New Rifle/Shotgun Holster

. If you have any questions or feel you just don't get it, give us a call toll free at . 1-800-358-0637

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The Holster is designed to fit beneath the "Pistol Grip" of your weapon's stock. You will need to adjust the holster's "support hook" and "safety strap" to fit the rifle or shotgun you are planning to carry. Adjust the "support hook" by bending or twisting for desired results. Only slight adjustment should be necessary. The holster's "safety strap" should be tight. The "safety strap" will keep the weapon from bouncing in the holster (don't cut too much off the safety strap, leave for an easy grab and release).

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Adjust Holster to gun. Mount the holster to the Mid section of your belt (if you are planning to mount the holster to a back pack, see Universal Back Pack Attachment instructions).

The rifle holster is designed to be worn at the center of the back. Stability will decrease when worn off to the side.

After fitting to your rifle or shotgun you will need to adjust your rifle sling. Your sling will keep your barrel controlled while the holster will secure the lower stock. Adjust your sling snugly but not restrictive. If you sling's adjustment is limited try raising or lowering your belt.

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The Rifle Holster as shown above: Holster centered at back. Support hook beneath the weapons pistol grip. The safety strap is tight and secure (right handed access). Rifle sling is tight but not restrictive. Barrel behind right ear.Muzzle just above your head. -do not attempt to carry a weapon with a short barrel. The barrel should always end up above your head.

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Access to your rifle

The Gunslinger Corral, compact rifle holster will stabilize a "shouldered firearm" as will as redistribute the weight of the rifle from the shoulders to the hips and lower back. practice with your New Rifle Holster for maximum results. One handed access will be quick and easy over time.

1. Release the "Safety Strap"

2. Lift the rifle stock slightly upward, out and around the support hook & you are ready for draw.

Troubleshooting

My weapon still slips off my shoulder: a.) Holster not centered on the belt b.) sling too lose c.) belt too high on your waist.

Holster is sliding around on my belt: a.) you can purchase a GC rifle belt equipped with holster stops $9.95 b.) try locating the holster between your trouser belt loops c.) the tactical boy's use 100 mph tape to lock it down on their belts. -when the sling is tight the holster will receive more resistance and needs to be stabilized on the user's belt. You must make sure that the holster is secured to the belt and the belt is also tight on your waist. Less tension will be required while doing less aggressive activities. If your just hiking, you won't need to be so tight.

The Holster/Rifle is pushing down down my belt: a.)Tighten your belt b.) tighten your rifle sling. c.) try an auxiliary belt over your waist belt d.) add suspenders to your belt

My jacket covers my holster/belt: a.) Try an auxiliary belt worn over your jacket or winter gear.

If you have any specific questions please contact us toll free at 1-800-358-0637


NOT FOR USE WITH "LEVER ACTION" RIFLES OR ANY RIFLES NOT EQUIPPED WITH A "PISTOL GRIP" TYPE STOCK

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SAFETY FIRST

-NEVER CARRY OR TRANSPORT A LOADED FIREARM-

-ALWAYS KEEP YOUR GUN POINTED IN A SAFE DIRECTION-

-ALWAYS KEEP YOUR FINGER OFF THE TRIGGER UNTIL READY TO SHOOT-

-ALWAYS KNOW WHAT'S BEHIND YOUR TARGET-