How to get the Short Gun Holster in The Last of Us Part 2

Get the Short Gun Holster so you can swap between the revolver and pistol as quick as a flash in The Last of Us Part 2.

The Last of Us Part 2 is pretty generous when it comes to dishing out most of its key weapons and upgrades, but there are a couple of items that the game hides away fairly well. The Short Gun Holster is one such item. It’ll let you swap between the revolver and the pistol with ease, making it well worth learning how to get the Short Gun Holster in The Last of Us Part 2. Thankfully, we’ve put together a quick guide on exactly that.

How to get the Short Gun Holster in The Last of Us Part 2

How to get the short gun holster in the last of us part 2
 
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You can get the Short Gun Holster in The Last of Us Part 2 during the Seattle Day 2 segment. You’ll need to play through the story of the Hillcrest section long enough to have had dogs introduced as an enemy and to have fought or snuck your way through a couple of areas.

Eventually you’ll reach a street with a tattoo shop, the auto repair garage, and several notes between Boris and others. Behind the tattoo shop is a garage with the door blocked by a large dumpster. Use your ears or listen mode and you’ll quickly realize that what’s inside isn’t pleasant. The bad news is that we’re going in. The good news is that it’ll be worth it. Survive the attack inside (a molotov or trap mine works wonders here) and you’ll be able to loot a bunch of goods and access a safe. We’ve got a full list of all safe codes in The Last of Us Part 2, but if you don’t wanna find the answer yourself, the code you’re after here is 30 / 82 / 65.

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Open up the safe and you’ll get the Short Gun Holster as well as some gun parts and ammo - not bad at all! Now that you know how to get the Short Gun Holster, you might be interested to read up on the other weapons and upgrades in The Last of Us Part 2. Otherwise, head over to our game hub by clicking here for more tips and tricks.

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