One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
A gun holster worn under the armpit.
- ‘If you need to access your sidearm while sitting (for drivers or pilots), a cross-draw holster or a vertical shoulder holster is better.’
- ‘Danko reached into his shoulder holster under his jacket and pulled out a gun.’
- ‘I grabbed my coat and slipped on my shoulder holster and headed out.’
- ‘He slid it into the shoulder holster under his right armpit.’
- ‘She yanked the gun from its resting place in her shoulder holster and firmly gripped it with her bloody hands.’
- ‘She pulled the gun from her shoulder holster but paused.’
- ‘He found a small handgun concealed in a shoulder holster.’
- ‘The leather strap of her shoulder holster had been oiled.’
- ‘Aruna pulled out a small pistol from a shoulder holster.’
- ‘People in his home town of Broome never messed with Murdoch, who was known to carry a gun in a concealed shoulder holster.’
- ‘‘Wow sure looks quiet,’ Sheldon said tucking her gun into her hidden shoulder holster.’
- ‘He pulled his revolver out of the shoulder holster.’
- ‘He hitched up his gunbelt, checked the Colt in his shoulder holster, and reloaded his carbine.’
- ‘Throwing on his black loafers he grabbed his shoulder holster from the hanger.’
- ‘This is a true shoulder holster in that it rides under the armpit.’
- ‘Under his coat, there was an empty shoulder holster.’
- ‘When going with a shoulder holster, I use the same suspenders.’
- ‘A quick glance over his shoulder gave Sam a fright; Armand was struggling to pull a handgun from his shoulder holster.’
- ‘‘Caleb I haven't even found him yet,’ Sheldon said packing her gun into her shoulder holster.’
- ‘Duvall dropped back behind the chair and struggled to yank his small pistol from its shoulder holster.’
Top tips for CV writingRead more
In this article we explore how to impress employers with a spot-on CV.