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New from Galco

New from Galco

Galco Gunleather  is excited to introduce the Corvus™ holster! Constructed of Kydex®, the Corvus quickly and easily converts from a belt holster to an inside-the-waistband design.   With an open top for fast draw, adjustment for ride height and cant, virtually maintenance-free construction, the highly versatile Corvus is a superior holster choice for defensive carry. Its forward molded design helps make the Corvus especially comfortable compared to its competition. Packaged set up for belt carry, the Corvus is swiftly and easily convertible to a highly concealable IWB holster. The Corvus comes complete with belt slots in both 1½" and 1¾" widths, as well as IWB straps that fit belts up to 1¾".  With the Corvus, the serious gun carrier gets two fast, concealable holsters in one – for an MSRP of only $79.95.

An update of Galco's perennially popular Instructors Belt, the Cobra Tactical Belt features a quick-release "cobra" style buckle.   Constructed of Type 13 nylon webbing, the Cobra Tactical Belt features five independent rows of stitching for rigidity and stability. An excellent choice for both training and everyday wear, the Cobra Tactical Belt is well-suited to all-day carry of even a heavy handgun.   1½" wide and available in four sizes to fit most shooters, the Cobra Tactical Belt retails for $69.95.

New for 2015, the Stow-N-Go™, Tuck-N-Go™, WalkAbout™ and Waistband™ IWB holsters will be available in black, in addition to the original natural tan color.   Constructed of Premium Center Cut Steerhide™, the popularly-priced Carry Lite line has been a bestseller since its introduction in 2004. Neutral cant allows carry in multiple positions around the waistline, while sturdy injection-molded nylon belt clips keep the holsters secure in the waistband.   Retail pricing for the new black Carry Lite IWBs mirrors that of the very affordable natural tan models, ranging from $32.95 to $39.95.

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