Handgun holsters have historically been constructed of leather. Certain kinds of plastic materials have recently proven to be very suitable for making handgun holsters. Some of these polymers are long-lasting and can be made using techniques well-suited to mass-manufacturing plastics.
These technologies include plastic products and other sorts of manufacturing that are good for plastics but not for leather. When handgun holsters manufacturers first used plastics, the designs were similar to those made of leather.
They were simply a cavity with sidewalls typically suited to the outer form of the handgun, and the handgun was fitted into the pistol holster for a fit comparable to that attained with leather. However, because plastic can be manufactured to extremely close tolerances, a much more secure fit for the handgun can be achieved, resulting in the handgun being gripped and held securely inside the holster.
A handgun holster manufactured of suitable plastic material may have significantly tighter tolerances than a comparable leather holster, allowing the handgun to slip neatly into and out of the holster and not rattle about within the holster. For locking the firearm inside the holster, a specific amount of friction may be integrated into the holster.
The mold for creating the plastic handgun is highly costly, which is an issue with a plastic pistol holster that has precise tolerances and is manufactured to fit snugly with a weapon. Handguns can be built relatively cheaply after the mold is created, but the original mold is costly. A wholesale vendor is a company that purchases holsters directly from manufacturers and resells them to retailers for a profit.
Handguns come in various shapes and sizes, each having a unique three-dimensional form. A plastic holster designed for a close tolerance fit with one pistol may be too tight for another or enable a different firearm to be carried too loosely inside the holster. There are hundreds of distinct pistol forms, and creating an injection mold for each is too costly.
A solution like this should allow you to change the holster’s inside surface without redoing the mold for all the numerous pistol shapes that exist.
Heat, chemical bonding, acoustic energy, mechanical connection techniques, or fascinating features such as snaps, detents, prongs, tangs, or other exciting characteristics may be used to attach the outer and inner shells.
Several standardized outer shells would be used, with each outer shell attractive with various inner surfaces designed for certain pistols. The standardized outer shells would be significant, medium, and small, and the inner shells for different handguns would fit within the appropriate size of the standardized outer shells, depending on the handgun size.
The invention’s production technique may involve the creation of mold cores. A mold core is a three-dimensional shape compatible with the pistol for which the holster is intended for a tight fit. A mold defining the outside of the holster would be created, and material would be injected between the mold for the outer holster and the mold core, resulting in the holster’s interior being set for tight tolerance fitting with a particular pistol model.
- A sequence of ridges and grooves on the mold core is one desired mold core arrangement that would reflect in equivalent structures inside the holster. The interstices between the ridges provide a place for a liquid substance to fill, resulting in protruding fins inside the holster. The inner fins of the holster offer a contact point for the pistol when it travels in and out of the holster. Fins are chosen over flat surfaces because they provide less resistance while inserting and removing the firearm while ensuring a tight tolerance around the handgun’s features.
- Another benefit of putting ribs on a core to create an inner mold is that a tiny handgun core will result in comparatively longer ribs extending from the inner shell to touch the firearm. Chopping ribs down for a different pistol might be a new core. As a result, a single core might be used to build more than one pistol.
- The preceding summary aims to enable the general public, particularly scientists, engineers, and art practitioners unfamiliar with patent or legal terms or phraseology, to determine the nature and essence of the application’s technical disclosure from a cursory inspection. The summary is not meant to define the application’s innovation, which is defined by the claims, nor is it designed to restrict the scope of the invention in any manner.
- Other purposes and benefits of the present invention will be immediately evident to those knowledgeable in the art from the following full description, which only describes the preferred embodiment of the invention, only as an instance of the best manner envisaged by carrying out my vision. As will be shown, the design may be modified in various apparent ways without deviating from the structure. As a result, the illustrations and description of the preferred embodiment should be treated as illustrative rather than limiting.
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