How much innovation can you fit in I.C.E. Training’s new personal defense holster?
Outdoor writer and gear guru Kevin Reese returns with his latest adventure in the conceal carry field
licensed to carry a concealed firearm, with a ridiculous number of hours of
handgun and shooting training over eight years of Marine Corps service and of
course, concealed-carry training under my belt, I thought I was well-equipped
for personal defense and survivability; I was wrong. I showed up to personal
defense expert, Rob Pincus’ two-day Combat Focus Shooting training with a
soft-sided outside the waistband (OWB) holster complete with Velcro strap, my
Glock 17 Generation 4 and 1,000 rounds of my personal favorite factory
ammunition, Federal’s American Eagle.
quickly as I walked onto the pistol range, Rob Pincus himself escorted me back to
the prep table. He didn’t smile or say much at all. He simply un-holstered my
handgun and asked me to remove my holster. As I removed my personal holster, he
handed me a new I.C.E. Range and Carry (RAC) Kydex Holster and instructed me to
put it on, re-holster and join the other students for the morning’s training
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