- v. present participle of holster.
“Kydex provides basis for a fast draw and re-holstering the weapon and is quiet whereas leather squeaks and nylon rustles.”
“I try a simple spin as I'm drawing or holstering and drop the dang thing!”
“Jim and Tychus sprang to either side of the still-twitching corpse, quickly holstering their guns.”
“Ginny asked, holstering her weapon as she crossed to the bed.”
“And with his smile, and the music, we see he's holstering up his guns right now -- and, maybe by next week, will be ready to fire.”
“Looks like the titular spy hero will be holstering his gun and putting his license to kill on hold until MGM sorts out their finance issues. 007 producers, Michael G. Wilson and Barbara Broccoli of EON Productions, today announced they have suspended development on the next James Bond film previously scheduled for release late 2011, early 2012.”
“He decided that his cruiser was the best place to mull over the situation and quickly returned to it, holstering his sidearm.”
“Gonna be a banner night, Jeff said, holstering his gun.”
“We entered wearing coveralls stamped Property of the United States, the crotch of mine holstering my knees, while my tall boss strained the hem of his armpit when he lifted his pistol.”
“Michael followed suit, holstering two Sig Sauers and strapping a knife to his inner left calf, and headed deeper into the cavern.”
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