Taurus G3C Holster: A Comprehensive Guide

Taurus G3c Inside The Waistband holsters


Looking to buy a Taurus G3C holster? Wonder what is best? Amberide has prepared this guide to help you buy a holster that meets your needs. Read on to learn more.

Carrying your handgun is a serious business. With such power at your disposal, you have a duty to holster it correctly for the safety of others and for quick and easy access in times of danger and emergency. After acquiring your concealed carry license and a weapon with which you are entirely comfortable, the next crucial step prior to carrying your handgun is to purchase a high-quality holster.

With the proper holster, you will be able to conceal your handgun in a manner that is both comfortable and convenient to access. Carrying your weapon without the proper holster may become so inconvenient that you decide not to carry it at all.

There are a lot of different kinds of holsters made of different materials and with different designs. Each one might be good for a different situation. Here we are going to help you find the ideal Taurus G3C holster/Taurus G2C holster that will allow you to carry your firearm with optimal comfort and safety.

What To Look For When Buying A Taurus G3C Holster/Taurus G2C Holster?

Handguns are an excellent defensive weapon to have on hand when needed, but choosing the correct gear to carry it can be equally crucial. So, what are the most important things to look for in a G3C IWB holster made of leather?

Holster Essentials: The First Three Rules

It's a good idea to ask yourself these three questions before you spend any money on a holster for self-defense. If you answered "no" to any of these questions, it's time to shop for a new holster.

  • Is the trigger completely hidden?
  • Does the holster hold the gun well enough?
  • Can I get the gun out of this holster in a safe and consistent manner?

With these three guidelines in mind, we can move on to the more nuanced aspects of choosing a suitable holster for your handgun. 

Construction Material

Leather is a great option for proper concealment and comfort, but it will set you back a lot of money if you want the best quality leather. Another drawback of leather holsters is that they require some "break-in" time to properly conform to the contour of the gun before they can be used, but they loosen up over time. However, if you get the proper leather holster, it will likely outlive you despite everyday use.


It's usual for OWB holsters to have active retention devices in order to keep the firearm from being accessed by anyone other than the wearer. Police officers frequently employ active retention to prevent being disarmed by criminals. For holster designs that cannot provide effective retention passively, a thumb break or other fastener may additionally be necessary.

Passive retention on an IWB holster, on the other hand, provides for a speedier and more efficient pull. You should look for a holster that has enough passive retention to keep your firearm in place, no matter what your level of activity is. The interior of the holster should fit tightly against the outside of the gun in more than one place to prevent it from being taken from you or falling out.


The holster's retention should be adjustable by one or more screws so that you can fine-tune it to your liking. Holsters with eyelets on both sides are ideal because they allow the ride height and cant to be adjusted independently. In order to get the best of both worlds, you can modify the cant and ride height of your vehicle.

Solid Holster Mouth

When drawing your firearm, make sure the holster mouth stays open. You may have to use two hands to reholster your weapon if the holster's mouth collapses, requiring you to open the holster and insert the weapon at the same time. As a result, there's a higher chance that you'll flag yourself with the muzzle. The opening must be created firmly for another reason. Worst-case circumstances, the holster mouth could deform or fray, preventing you from reholstering your pistol or pulling the trigger on the downward stroke.

Tuckable Clips and Concealability

How well your holster hides your gun depends on where and how you carry it on your body, as well as how you dress. The outside of the holster shouldn't press against your body or cause printing because it can make your holster visible through cloths through your clothes. When wearing a holster featuring tuckable belt clips, you can conceal your firearm by tucking a T-shirt or collared shirt between your holster and the waistband. Due to the exposed nature of the belt clips, it is recommended to coordinate colors to reduce visibility. Additionally, avoid belt clips with highly contrasted decals.


Regardless of the design and material, every holster should protect the trigger guard. When you put your hand on the firearm, the holster should physically block your index finger from accessing the trigger guard until you have completed the draw stroke and the firearm is clear of the holster's mouth. A fully covered trigger guard keeps the gun's trigger from being pulled by an attacker during a fight, by an object in the environment, or by loose clothing.

Gun Belts

A dedicated gun belt, whether leather or Kydex, is a must-have attachment for every concealed carry holster. Because an IWB holster is supposed to be worn close to the body, your handgun belt should be stiff to avoid the holster canting outward and printing through your clothes.

Your holster should remain in the same place throughout the day to achieve a consistent draw stroke. That uniformity can be provided by a well-made gun belt. To eliminate contrast, attempt to match the colors of your tuckable belt clips.

Final Thought

Consider the holster as an extension of your firearm. Every day, you'll be relying on your holster as a part of your life-saving gear. If you buy and maintain a high-quality, working holster, it will serve you well when the time comes. Therefore, make a well-thought-through decision when buying your Taurus G3C holster/Taurus G2C holster.