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  1. Alien Gear Holsters
    The first Taurus gun, the Model 38101SO, in 1941 was a genesis of components from multiple models — Colt, Smith & Wesson and Spanish brands — according to Taurus USA. The company was founded in 1939, but now exports to more than 70 countries.. Continue reading at: Guide to Taurus Firearms -...
  2. Alien Gear Holsters
    Thank you for making us #1! We could not have done it without you and your vote. We won in all 4 categories of the Concealed Nation Best Holster in the History of Ever Survey.
  3. Alien Gear Holsters
    :D We get a ton of questions about our holster base sizes since there are 4 to choose from; micro, sub compact, compact, and full. To help you make an informed purchase, here's a great video showcasing all 4 sizes.
  4. Member Introduction - Forum Rules
    Hello there folks, and greetings from sunny, dry Arizona! Tucson, AZ to be precise. As my name implies, I'm a bit rusty at the hinges, though I still would be considered a young man. New to Taurus with my gen2 PT-111. First and only polymer pistol so far, as I generally prefer all-steel guns...
  5. Concealed & Open Carry
    Well yesterday the house and senate voted and passed constitutional carry here in Kansas!! The bill is now headed for the governors desk. I'm 96% sure he will sign the bill... I only say 96% because I personally haven't read the bill and don't know exactly what it entails. We've had open carry...
  6. Alien Gear Holsters
    Alien Gear Holsters Introduces the All New Cloak Tuck 2.0 IWB Hybrid Holster! Our PATENT PENDING, 'Cloak Tuck 2.0' Neoprene Composite Holster is our most comfortable and stable holster yet. This inside the waistband (IWB) hybrid holster features a light weight design with a soft neoprene...
  7. Concealed & Open Carry
    I thought I'd post this question to the knowledgable folks here. I am a Washington resident going to Oregon tomorrow. I have a WA CPL but Oregon does not recognize my permit, and I know as a "border state" I can get a temporary permit but I don't want to pay for it. Oregon does allow open carry...
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