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How big is your holster box?

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    My holster box is 20" x 30" x 20". It's actually a wooden blanket chest. It has close to 60 holsters in it and all are for guns I have in my safe. There are a few custom made duty holsters in there that have some sentimental value, so I'll never part with those and there's some tactical gear in there too...
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    10 for my G23, 2 for my P228, and 3 for my J-frame. I actually have been lucky and like all of my holsters for different reasons. They all have very distinct purposes. Some I use more than others, but still necessary in certain circumstances. I guess my box is about normal size, but not as unsuccessful.
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    Timeout y'all: I'm a dirty old man and I just had to start laughing when I saw the title of this post. Let me leave it at that.

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    Holster box? LMAOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO. I have two drawers in my chest of drawers and a laundry basket full of stuff that either didnt work for me or that I dont have a weapon to fit anymore. One of these days I need to do another sale, lol.
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    My holster box is where I used to be able park my Harley Davidson. There was alot of trial, error and holsters that just didn't make the cut while I learned this holster business. Even now, one gets rejected now and again. Theres alot of chew toys for the neighborhood dogs in that box.

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    I've really cleaned up my holster act as of late. I now have only two that are not in use. A SERPA for my M&P and a Minimalist for my G27. Kept in my safe with other stuff.
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    Except for my main ones, mine are all in a big drawer. Lately I've been curtailing my holster buying madness though. I got out of hand there for a while.

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    I have a drawer in a small dresser in my 'lil walk-in closet that 'houses' my holsters. All of my holsters get used at one point or another........a few of my holsters have specific, speciality applications, but they all have a purpose.

    I only have two handguns that I carry and about 7 holsters for 'em. I'll be getting more after tax time.

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    Since I discovered Ebay and what people will pay, I have thinned down my holster box considerably.
    I have at least one holster for each gun I carry and for some I have several (Kydex for competition, IWB and OWB for different situations)but I don't have any that don't get used at least sometimes.

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    One gun - two holsters. A pocket holster and a SmartCarry. Use the SmartCarry 99% of the time the other 1%. No holsters I don't use - therefore no holster box.

    I research a lot before I buy, and really think a lot about how and how much I may use something before I put out the bucks.

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    I once spent about 100 dollars on Passport holsters. I got one shoulder rig for a 4 inch revolver with twin speedloader pouches, one IWB/OWB snubby holster, and an ankle rig.

    I walked off the store thinking that they were suspiciously cheap, and my suspicions turned out to be correct... They now sit in a drawer.

    I also have a pretty well crafted leather strongside OWB for a full size pistol, which I very rarely wear because it´s actually not very concealable.

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    Well Pax, my holster box is actually a duffel bag and it's full!
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    i got a foot locker full, but i been this this for mango seasons.
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