On this episode of the Transition Wild hunting podcast, Adam talks with Gabriel Saindon, owner and founder of Ivory Holsters. They talk about the history of the company, why it was founded, and how they set out to create a better holster for hunters and concealed carriers.
On today’s podcast I’m joined by Gabriel Saindon, owner and founder of Ivory Holsters. We talk about the history of the company, why it was founded, and how they set out to create a better holster for hunters and concealed carriers. We also discuss the importance carrying sidearm while bowhunting in the backcountry for self defense against predators and providing piece of mind in remote areas.
Gabriel highlights the product design and features of Ivory Holsters that makes them unique and a better quality product than other holsters on the market today. We also talk about the compatibility with different handguns and how they offer a variety of models to that attach to your hip, backpack, and waist belt.
For hunters that are looking for an ideal handgun for the backcountry, Gabriel makes a recommendation on a certain caliber and why it’s an all around solid choice for outdoorsmen. We also touch on bear spray and whether or not it’s good to use during potentially dangerous encounters. To round out the episode, we talk about the importance of becoming comfortable and familiar with your equipment so that you can react to anything that is thrown your way. For more information or to purchase one of their custom fit, lightweight Kydex holsters, please visit: www.ivoryholsters.com.
GIVEAWAY ALERT! Be sure to tune in to the entire episode to find out how you enter to win an Ivory Holster of your own! The winner will be announced via Instagram - good luck!