No offense intended here, but just a thought: Wouldn't people who were interested enough to take a stand and join "the on-campus-carry"protest also have orbe able to get/buy their own holsters? If not for the handgun they alreadyown but for the one they WILL be getting in the future? As we all know, holsters are not anywhere near as expensive as a gun and even if a holster has to be purchased (a cheap or even an expensive one), isn't that expensejust making a further personal commitment to the cause?
Holster donations are a good idea in some cases -- for example, if you know someone who owns a gun but does not have a holster for it and you have one you no longer need that fits his/her very gun --but for a one-time/annual even it seems somewhat wasteful, and I would think that someone that interested in on-campus-carry would get their own holster or already have one.
Besides, if they have a gun or are going to get one, they'd need a holster anyway, so it's not like it's a wasted purchase for them to get one on their own NOW not only for this particular protest event presently but also for everyday use later on, and it would fit the very gun they have or will be getting.
I mean, they would be thinking, "Hey, I bought this $50 "protest holster" for the gun I don't have, so now I have to buy that $500 gun to justify the holster purchase...damn! Oh well, at least it's a goodexcuse to buythat gun."
You know, it would encourage him/her in excellent logical thinkinglike that.
-- John D.