Belt Holster are mainly used in police forces and security units or personnel protection. Belt Holster are the most common and are carried at the belt. They can be worn in two different pulling angles. In the first variant, called the FBI, the weapon is eg for a right-handed on the right side. In the second drawing angle, called Cross Draw the weapon for. B. is supported by a right-handed on the left side, but with the handle forward. A special type of belt holster mimics the appearance of a belt pouch; the weapon is thereby supported directly in front of the abdomen, a Velcro closure ensures quick access to the weapon. This special form is used by policemen in civilian clothes when a concealed carry weapon is otherwise not possible (for example, in summer temperatures in T-shirts).