Holster Finder

Get the perfect gear to keep your firearm secure with our holster finder! You’re able to filter through hundreds of tactical, civilian, and police holsters to find the ones that fit your weapon. Our brand was created by cops for cops, so you can feel confident that LA Police Gear will have the brands and holsters you need for the job.

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At LA Police Gear, we know finding the right holster isn’t easy. There are many factors to consider, and that’s why we created the holster finder to make finding duty holsters, conceal carry holsters and other holsters LAPG keeps in stock easy to find. 

But while you’re here, we thought we’d give you some handy tips to help you choose the best holster for you and understand the holster finder. 

To find the right holster, you want to determine the features you want and what material the holster is made from, as well as carrying style and the right size. You will also need to choose if your gun is a revolver or pistol and the make, model and length of the barrel. This information can help narrow down your selection. 

Concealed vs. Open Carry 

First, you need to decide if you want a concealed carry holster or an open carry holster. The whole idea is to conceal your weapon, and some holsters just don’t make that possible. You want a low-profile holster. The size of the weapon is another big factor because there is a limit to how much a concealed carry holster can hide. 

There are IWB holsters and OWB holsters. IWB stands for inside the waistband and OWB stands for outside the waistband. OWB holsters are better for revolvers or a large semi-automatic firearm. The wide wings on this holster secure it on your belt and prevent it from printing on your coat or shirt. There are also shoulder, ankle, pocket and belly band holsters. 

For open carry holsters, your main choices are shoulder or belt holsters. There are several kinds of holsters for duty weapons, such as chest, shoulder, drop leg or belt holsters. 

Holster Materials

Leather is a traditional material that holsters are made from, and it’s popular even today. But it gets creased and soft over time, so some people prefer other materials, such as Kydex or synthetic materials. 


Holsters usually are rated at one of four different levels, with level four using multiple retention methods combined with friction. There are four methods of retention: straps, trigger guard locks, flaps and friction. 

Level 1 – Only relies on friction

Level 2 – Uses friction and a second method

Level 3 – Has two retention methods plus friction

Level 4 – Uses three retention methods plus friction 

Now that you know about a few things to consider when choosing a holster, you can use the holster finder to pick the perfect holster for your needs.