Gun law, gun culture, and gun businesses from overseas never cease to fascinate me simply because they are somehow thriving in the fairly unfriendly territory when it comes to firearms. Falco Holsters is a holster manufacturing company born out of the rich hunting culture of the country of Slovakia and although they originally started out just making leather falconry gloves, the company has rapidly grown to be one of the largest European holsters manufacturers featuring designs and styles for virtually any handgun on the current market. Our guest Katarina also explains to us today some of the unique gun laws that Slovakia has (such as their Shall Issue CCW laws), and how some of the hardships we’re experiencing over here in the USA are shared by the firearms owners of Slovakia.
More Episodes of TFB’s Behind the Gun Podcast:
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- TFB Behind The Gun Podcast #51: Dave with the Safariland Group
TFB Behind The Gun Podcast #55: Katarina with Falco Holsters
On Today’s episode of TFB’s Behind The Gun Podcast, we’ve bought on Katarina, the director of sales from Falco Holsters. Falco Holsters is a holster manufacturing company that grew out of Slovakia’s traditional hunting practices in which many hunters use falcons and use thick leather gloves to handle the birds. From there the company expanded into producing quality leather holsters, many of which are still available today made from the best top-grain leather that Slovakia has to offer. Today on the podcast Katarina and I discuss the company history of Falco, some of their products, as well as how a holster manufacturing company is managing to thrive in the relatively gun-unfriendly territory of the European Union. Please welcome Katarina from Falco Holsters to the show!
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