Peregrine Field Gear is a Texas-based company dedicated to the design and development of high-quality hunting and outdoor products. Founded in 2009 by sportsmen, they now offer the Quick-Shot gun holster in the hopes of improving quality time in the field when it comes to gun safety and gun readiness. The Quick-Shot comes in a variety of styles including Mossy Oak camo for the duck blind, black synthetic for the skeet range, and the USA-premium leather version for upland hunters. The Quick-Shot holster can be attached via snap buttons to any 2-inch belt that many outdoorsmen already own, or it can be ordered to include a belt with shell loops on it for those discerning sportsmen requiring easy access to their ammo. This belt does not replace your regular pants belt, but is worn over whatever hunting clothes you may be utilizing via a 50-inch adjustable belt. The Quick-Shot is designed to hold the butt of your shotgun while wingshooting, with the Labor Day holiday and the start of dove season offering a great testing ground. The Quick-Shot belt is easy to use by tightening the belt to whatever length supports the weight of the gun, which keeps the muzzle pointed upwards and the shotgun in a 'ready' position with one hand always offering a steady balance. Regardless of whether one uses a gun sling or not, the Quick-Shot offers a new position to rest the gun when not in use, thereby causing less gun-fatigue from holding the shotgun across one's shoulder. Not only did the Quick-Shot work well in the dove field, it drew a comment from a female wingshooter asking where she could get one! To read more about Quick-Shot and look over the ordering information visit the Internet at Peregrine Field Gear. To read my feature article in the Charleston Mercury click here.
PhotoByScottCrosby: Quick-Shot being used in a Colleton County dove field by this wingshooting enthusiast
PhotosByJeffDennis: Here's a look at the separate leather shell belt and Quick-Shot holster