So I have this Ruger .22 revolver I bought for my car BOB,and it needs a holster,do I go for the classic leather,the lightness of nylon or the Webly MK II holster it fits in cotton duck?
Over time the leather will attack the metal, ever notice a leather cartridge belt loaded with ammo, after a while they start to corrode and turn green, it the chemicals they use for processing, even if you oil it up it still will do it. Nylon or cotton will breathe and help protect the weapon by not retaining moisture..So I have this Ruger .22 revolver I bought for my car BOB,and it needs a holster,do I go for the classic leather,the lightness of nylon or the Webly MK II holster it fits in cotton duck?
Would you believe old work shirt sleeves are on the ones in my cabinet?I soaked them in silicone spray ages ago and yet they protect.I keep all my guns in gun socks.
Cabela's Knit Gun Socks, Gifts Under $10, Gifts in Your Price Range, Christmas Shop, Home : Cabelas.com
They are impregnated with silicon and they protect from moisture.
Cost about $6.
I would put it in a gun sock and then put that in a case.
I really hope it is secured in your vehicle. Do you store the weapon in a safe that is mounted to the vehicle? Tuffy makes a concealed carry safe that mounts under the front seat of Jeeps, I'm sure they have them for other vehicles as well.just so's I'm clear on this . . .
Are you storing it in your car, in a holster or are you
bringing the BOB in every night? . .