A police officer, a craftsman, and a visionary, John Bianchi was the driving force for holster innovation for over 60 years.
A hog hunter, dental hygenist, and a dreamer who eagerly goes head-to-head with challenges, Kaitlyn views every situation as an opportunity.
When you head out into the woods, alone or with a small group, it’s important to be prepared.
For optimal security, it is crucial to position and anchor the holster properly to your person.
To get the correct holster model fit, you need to know the barrel length of your gun.
To get the right holster fit, it’s critical to know your firearm type, make, and model.
Caliber is a unit of measure indicating the interior, or bore, diameter of a gun barrel and the diameter of the gun’s ammunition.
There are a number of factors to consider when choosing how you’re going to carry your firearm.
A compensator is a device attached to the end of the weapon barrel designed to vent gases and counter felt recoil when fired.
Follow these basic steps when cleaning and storing your leather to extend its life and bring a richness to this organic material.
Learn more about Bianchi’s proprietary materials and color options.
Holster ride height is the position of the butt of the pistol in relation to the belt.
Whether you’re a civilian, military or law enforcement officer, the tactical advantages of weapon mounted lights are significant.
There are a number of sighting systems available for firearms including iron sights, optics and lasers.
Bianchi® holster models offer a variety of security devices that provide firearm retention, stability and security.
Bianchi offers Fit Groups as a quick reference that that allows the user to determine which guns will fit which holsters.