The Chambering Gun Holster is a firearm holster that would allow the user to chamber a round without removing the gun from the holster. It allows the user to completely load and unload a semi-automatic hand gun without removing it from the safety of the holster. The design intent is to provide a simple yet effective means of preventing accidental discharge, injury or a fatality.
The Chambering Gun Holster was invented by Kirk Duncan of Folcroft, PA. He said, “This invention would be a great safety device for anyone that carries a handgun. The Chambering Gun Holster would allow users to simply chamber a round while the gun is still in the holster by pushing downward on the gun. This means that the gun would be unable to fire a round until the user pushed down the gun in the holster thus preventing an undesired discharge which could lead to serious injury or death. The holster would also feature a slot to allow the ejection of a round to prevent the gun from jamming if a round is already in the chamber when the holster’s action is facilitated. Finally, The Chambering Gun Holster would not impede a handgun user from quickly drawing and using their weapon if necessary.”
The Chambering Gun Holster is a firearm holster that would allow the user to…
by Tactical-Life.com / Dec 21, 2011