Shoulder holsters have been a popular method of carry for a long time, made famous by tv shows such as Miami Vice and continued through makers like Galco's "Jack Ass" rig and butterfly variants my Andrew's Leather.
Preferred uses are when you spend a lot of time seated such as in a car, truck, tractor, etc or when the barrel length makes belt carry an unrealistic option. I offer these in vertical, horizontal, and 'snap draw' variations. All feature belt ties which can be hard mounted or easy on/off with directional 'pull the dot' snaps. All also feature 3/4 veg tan double layer straps for smooth straps top and bottom to reduce in cover garment snagging.
The strapping and centerpiece of these shoulder rigs are completely universal allowing the user to purchase additional holsters/accessories at any time and swap them onto their existing webbing.
This design thrives for thin chested individuals or for long barrel guns. It allows the user to break the directional 'pull the dot' snap which releases the holster to pivot down from vertical to horizontal for a nice smooth draw. Pricing starts at $225.
Horizontal carry is the preferred for most driving duties. These holsters come standard with a thumb break retention for additional security and a smooth draw.
Perfect for keeping your handguns close by while out of the way. Vertical holsters are slower to draw from but keep the gun tucked away under the users arm for minimal print.