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Front Line Holsters – Meeting the Big Needs of Small Gun Users

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Article first appeared at Ammo Land.

Farmingdale, NY -(AmmoLand.com)- Small, easier to conceal guns have become big business in the firearms industry.

Thanks to changing conceal-carry restrictions in many states, sales of small semi-automatic handguns, such as the .380, have hit record levels. Adding to the craze, .380s, which once had a poor reputation, have greatly improved in quality over the decades and are produced by most major manufacturers. Higher quality and better performing ammunition have also played a part.

To meet the growing demand, production of “small guns” is at a 16-year high in the U.S., according to the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives. And with warmer weather and summer wear on the way, there’s no indication that the desire for a more concealable weapon will level off.

The boom in the purchase of palm-sized guns has sparked a new need for consumers: the right holster for their new smaller and more concealable handgun. Front Line, a premier holster company, is prepared to meet the demand. Having been around since 1961, they have developed a wide and detailed selection of holsters, with over 3,000 models available to date, custom-made to fit whatever handgun happens to be trending.

Front Line has a variety of innovative holsters for .380s, utilizing new materials to provide lightweight, durable, and comfortable options for all shooters. Such materials include Kydex, Cordura, Nylon and Leather, and its proprietary KNG advanced multi-layer material, with a protective inner layer of velvet, plus layers of foamed polyethylene, molded PVC, Cordura, and a tough Kydex external shell for long-lasting retention.

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Front Line’s history of innovation, design, and craftsmanship serves all gun users, whether they need a tactical, duty, concealment, IWB, OWB, ankle, or shoulder holster, each one built to meet the stringent requirements of its customers.

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