Johnny holstered his Magnum, went at the mine showing both hands empty.
He holstered his gun, flicked a hand at the rusty iron bars in the soil.
Vall retrieved his own weapon, glanced over it, and holstered it.
His right hand now rested on his thigh near the holstered gun.
All of them wore, in addition to their temple knives, holstered sigma-ray needlers.
He took his own, reloaded, from Armand and holstered it, hoping no one could see his tremor.
I holstered my pistol, pushed past Joyce, and trotted for the lift.
He holstered his own gun, then bent and picked up Yuma's weapon.
He glanced at the fat man's holstered automatic, remembered the cleanness of the rifle hanging in Sears' room.
He took one look at Case, and reached for the holstered weapon at his side.
"leather case for a pistol," 1660s, probably from Old English heolster, earlier helustr "concealment, hiding place," from Proto-Germanic *hulfti- (cf. Old High German hulft "cover, case, sheath," Old Norse hulstr "case, sheath," Middle Dutch holster, German Holfster "holster"), from PIE *kel- "to cover, to hide" (see cell). Intermediate forms are wanting, and the modern word could as well be from the Norse or Dutch cognates.
by 1902, from holster (n.). Related: Holstered; holstering.