The information provided on this website and during any event is for informational purposes only and is provided solely as a guide to assist you in forming your own opinions. Although the information on the website is believed to have been retained by reliable sources, it is not legal advice or the opinion of any professional or expert. This website along with any service we provide is not a substitute for formal, qualified instruction in the handling, use or storage of firearms. You alone are completely responsible for your use of a firearm.

Because Her Concealment has no control over how it's products will be used, or who such products will be used by after purchase, Her Concealment holsters are sold "as is" and with "all faults". The purchaser and NOT the manufacturer, distributor or retailer assumes the entire risk and responsibility for determining the suitability and fitness of the product for the particular intended use.

If you are not willing to accept full responsibility and liability for what you do with the products for sale on this site or at any event, do not place any orders and immediately cease the use of this website.



Firearms are hazardous, inherently dangerous and can cause death or serious bodily harm. They should only be handled by persons who have completed a training course in the safe handling of handguns, their use and safekeeping.

The four rules of firearms safety must be observed and practiced at all times:

1. Treat all guns as if they are always loaded
2. Never let your muzzle cover (gun point at) anything that you are not willing to destroy
3. Keep your finger off the trigger until your sights are on the target and you have made the decision to shoot.
4. Be sure of your target and what is behind it.

If you have purchased a handgun, be sure to first read the safety instructions that accompany it before using it in conjunction with any Her Concealment product. If a firearm is in disrepair, or has been improperly maintained do not use it with any Her Concealment product.



It is the responsibility of the consumer to personally check for holster and gun compatibility, ensuring that it is the correct make and model for your firearm. If you use the incorrect holster for your particular firearm, it may cause a negligent discharge.

Never use a loaded handgun when first testing your new holster. Double-check to be sure the chamber is empty (ejecting the magazine from the firearm before doing so). If the handgun doesn't fit as expected, it's possible you have a holster which wasn't designed for your particular firearm.

Different types of holster offer differing levels of retention, and you may not be able to rely on your holsters retention for all situations. You may have a holster with adjustable retention. If the fit is too tight, and you loosen the retention screw and are still unable to easily holster and draw the firearm, do not use the holster. You likely are in possession of a holster which wasn't designed for your firearm.

Our holsters are designed to fit factory equipped handguns. If you have modified your firearm in anyway, the standard holster may not fit properly. Installation of trigger shoes, grip adapters, laser sights or any other frame alteration affecting the dimension of the handgun itself may cause improper holster fit and can cause negligent discharge.

Please be aware that some soft shell or fabric holsters may not offer the same level of protection as hard shell holsters from external forces pressing the trigger and causing a negligent discharge. There are also pros and cons with different holster styles and concealed carry positions on the body. It is the purchaser’s responsibility to educate themselves and select the appropriate combination for their circumstances.



Make certain that your handgun is securely seated in the holster each time you holster the firearm before removing your hand from the grip. A handgun must fit snugly in its holster to guard against accidental separation of the handgun from the holster. Keep your finger out of the trigger guard when drawing or holstering your firearm. Keep your finger off the trigger until you are ready to shoot. Please be extra vigilant when holstering a firearm to be sure that nothing is obstructing the holster from the firearm (such as clothing). If you encounter resistance when attempting to holster your firearm, stop.



All holster require some form of maintenance. For garment style holsters, check the manufacturer’s site for care/maintenance instructions. For our custom kydex holsters, checking the tension screws each time you use your holster is required as part of a regular safety inspection of your equipment. If tension screws back out regularly, a thread locking agent such as LOCTITE (blue) or Vibra-TITE can be used.