The USPTO has officially issued patent number 8,540,126 for the Quick-Shot Shotgun and Rifle Holster. Inventors and avid sportsmen Steve and Richard Kawamoto conceived the Quick-ShotTM in 2007 during preparations for a North Dakota pheasant hunting trip. With the help of designer and company co-founder James Lua, several years of field testing, and over 20 design iterations, the Quick-Shot patent was filed.
The Quick-ShotTM Design Features
The Quick-Shot is designed to support a shotgun in a person’s normal “ready” carrying/holding position, relieve up to 75% of arm fatigue and maintain the firearm in a safe upward position. The patented universal ambidextrous design allows the holster to be positioned anywhere on the left, right or center of a person’s waist to accommodate each person’s preferred method of carry. Several Quick-Shot models are currently marketed including the popular All-Weather Synthetic versions in black or Mossy Oak Duck Blind camo, as well as two All USA-made Premium Leather models.
More information, product specifications and informational videos can be found at www.peregrinefieldgear.com. Anyone desiring more information is encouraged to contact Steve Kawamoto who is the inventor of the Quick-ShotTM and CEO of Peregrine Field Gear.