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First Look: Galco Corvus Holster for Glock Pistols with Streamlight TLR-1 Weapon Light

First Look: Galco Corvus Holster for Glock Pistols with Streamlight TLR-1 Weapon Light

The Galco Corvus has an open-top design for a fast draw and adjusts for ride height and cant. It’s virtually maintenance-free construction and comfortable forward molding make it a highly versatile holster that is great for concealed carry as well as practice and training on the range. With the Corvus, the serious gun carrier gets two fast, concealable holsters in one sleek, rugged design.

Now the Galco takes that flexibility and well-rounded feature set of the Corvus holster a step further by introducing a new model which fits select Glock pistols with an attached Streamlight TLR-1 weapon light. The list of compatible Glocks include the 17, 19, 22, 23, 31, 32 and 45. All of these models of the Corvus are also available in versions that are compatible with both the TLR-1 and a red-dot optic, giving you a flexible, versatile holster solution that works both as an inside the waistband (IWB) and outside the waistband (OWB) holster.

The Corvus is initially set up for belt carry, but it is swiftly and easily converted to a highly concealable IWB holster. The Corvus comes complete with belt slots in both 1½- and 1¾-inch widths, as well as 1¾-inch straps for conversion to inside the waistband carry. The modern layout of the holster is designed to accommodate most red-dot sights, while the deep sight channel fits most suppressor-height iron sights.

Galco Corvu Kydex OWB/IWB Features

  • Kydex construction
  • Adjustable cant and ride height
  • Forward molded design
  • Raised sweat guard to protect pistol and wearer
  • Packaged with hardware for both belt (OWB) and IWB carry
  • Sight rail accommodates most suppressor sights

MSRP for the Galco Corvus holster is $84. More information on this item and other products from Galco Gunleather is available at galcousa.com.

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