** NOTE **
ROSS LEATHER HOLSTERS ARE NOT DESIGNED SO THAT YOUR HANDGUN CAN BE CARRIED COCKED & LOCKED. ROSS LEATHER WILL ALSO NOT MANUFACTURE CUSTOM HOLSTERS THAT ARE DESIGNED TO CARRY YOUR HANDGUN COCKED & LOCKED.
The use of guns may cause serious injury or death. Please take an accredited firearms safety course before handling a gun. Keep guns out of the hands of children and anyone who should not have access to one. Do not use your holster to prevent your gun from being used by an unauthorized person. Always make sure your weapon is secured in a properly locked safe or gun box when it is not being used.
Before using any holster, always be sure that you are familiar with the safe way to holster and draw your firearm. Never practice this with a loaded gun. Use caution when removing your gun from and returning it to the holster, and make sure you have the correct holster for your gun. Your Ross Leather holster should only be used with the gun model for which it was designed. You as the consumer are solely and exclusively responsible for making sure that your gun and holster fit together properly. Ross Leather will always try to provide accurate holster sizing, but we disclaim any responsibility for sizing errors or the consequences arising from same.
Handgun manufacturers are constantly updating their products, sometimes several times per year. For your safety, physically check the fit of the handgun with the holster, ensuring that your gun is unloaded. Never put a loaded gun into any holster until you have first determined that the holster will not interfere with the gun´s safety features, trigger and cylinder latches, magazine release buttons, or any other functioning parts of the gun. If the holster does interfere with any of these, you should try another holster. You should also periodically check your holster for fit and function during use. If the holster should become worn or defective, you should cease use immediately.
Ross Leather holsters are designed for use with standard factory model guns only. Any changes, modifications or attachments, including but not limited to trigger shoes, extended hammer spurs, modified hammer spurs, grip adapters, extended safety levers or special trigger adapters can make your gun unsafe to holster, draw or carry.
Basic safety precautions: Never carry any gun with a live round under the hammer, “cocked and locked”, or in a ready-to-fire condition unless the maker of your gun states that you can safely carry it that way and you are trained and certified to carry it that way in your holster. Carrying a gun in any of the above conditions greatly increases the risk of accidental discharge. Never carry any gun with the hammer in the full-cock position or with the safety in the fire position. Always move the safety to the on or safe position before you holster your gun. Do not move it to the off or fire position until you have drawn the weapon clear of the holster and have it pointed in a safe direction. Always hold your gun in place by hand during vigorous physical activity. Always use the retention strap or thumb break if your holster is equipped with one. If you leave your handgun in the holster, check it daily for moisture, corrosion or condensation. Store leather holsters in a cool, dry place and treat the exterior of your holster with a leather dressing.