1. All firearms are considered potentially dangerous weapons. Serious personal injury or even death could occur without proper training in safe handling of firearms by an accredited firearms safety class. No person should handle any firearm unless such person has successfully passed an accredited firearms safety program. Great care should be used when handling, storing or transporting firearms or when placing or removing a handgun from your Nickel and Lace holster.
2. We highly recommend a regular practice routine with an unloaded firearm, please review with your accredited firearms instructor to establish this routine. Keep your finger off the trigger until you are ready to shoot. Keep fingers off the trigger and out of the trigger guard when drawing or replacing the handgun in the holster. ALWAYS TREAT YOUR GUN AS IF IT WERE LOADED.
3. Firearms should be kept out of the reach of children.
4. When testing the proper fit of your Nickel and Lace holster, never place a loaded weapon into the holster without first double-checking to make sure the chamber is empty. Carrying any handgun with a live cartridge in the chamber immediately in front of the firing pin may cause an accidental discharge. Single action revolvers should be carried with the hammer or firing pin resting on an empty chamber.
5. It is the user’s responsibility to exercise extreme caution when handling or carrying any handgun, and to assume at all times that the gun is loaded.
Do not attempt to cock a handgun while it is in the holster. Cocking the weapon while holstered may cause an accidental discharge.
The use of trigger shoes or grip adapters or any modifications to the handgun may cause improper holster fit and accidental discharge.
All Nickel and Lace holsters are made to use with specific subcompact handguns, please refer to size chart for specific details. Frame, barrel length, weight, and bulk were taken into consideration when recommending specific subcompacts for each size of Nickel and Lace holster.
Any alteration to the Original Nickel and Lace holster or using it with a gun for which it was not recommended can create an unsafe condition. Should any Nickel and Lace product become worn, loose, broken, defective or ill-fitting, cease use immediately. IT IS THE USERS RESPONSIBILITY TO REGULARLY CHECK THE HOLSTER FOR PROPER FIT AND FUNCTION.
During vigorous physical activity, including running, you should not rely on your holster’s retention capabilities; the gun should be held in place with your hand to prevent the gun from falling out of the holster.
NO PERSON SHOULD EVER USE ANY FIREARM WHILE UNDER THE INFLUENCE OF ALCOHOL OR ILLEGAL DRUGS.
All firearms must be transported in accordance to Municipal, County, State and Federal Ordinances. Check for updates or changes of any concealed carry laws. Users are responsible for obtaining their Conceal carry permits and Firearms owner Identification card.
Please CARRY RESPONSIBLY! Use care and safety at all times when using your Nickel and Lace Holster.