Now that the forward-assist and dust cover are in place you can focus on adding the receiver's critical components.
By examining the key design elements of common holster types, those with disabilities will be able to select one that is the most effective for their needs.
In his sixth installment in his series catering to self-defense and the disabled, the author explores a different role for the common backup gun and the vital role it plays for the disabled. Photos by Lloyd Hill and Alex Sutherland
Brand, features and price aren't as important as making an informative decision based on the limitations associated with a physical disability.