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First Look: Galco KingTuk for Walther PPS & PPS M2

First Look: Galco KingTuk for Walther PPS & PPS M2

Galco is now producing its popular KingTuk Deluxe holster for the Walther PPS and PPS M2 pistols. A best-seller in the Galco line, the KingTuk Deluxe tuckable IWB holster offers a balance of comfort, speed, and versatility that matches well with these popular pistols from Walther.

A defensive pistol does you no good if it is not readily available the moment you need it, and the KingTuk Deluxe gives you enough comfort to carry your gun with you every day. Comfort is a key factor with an IWB holster, and the premium saddle leather backing plate lined with premium center-cut steerhide makes the KingTuk Deluxe easy and comfortable against the body, even when carrying all day long.

Quick and easy access to the gun is also essential in a defensive holster, and the  smooth leather front on the KingTuk Deluxe is matched with a rigid, open-top Kydex holster pocket for a very fast draw and easy return to holster. The KingTuk Deluxe includes Galco’s patent-pending polymer UniClip and Ultimate Stealth Clip designs for better concealment, stability and easy on-off capability. The clips can be moved up or down in the corresponding holes in the backing plate, enabling the user to set the carry height and angle to suit their unique preferences. 

Galco KingTuk Deluxe Features

  • Hybrid Kydex/premium steerhide construction
  • Premium center-cut steerhide lining
  • Tuckable design with metal belt clips and optional C-hooks
  • Raised sweat guard to protect pistol and wearer
  • Kydex pocket for easy holstering
  • UniClip fits belt up to 1½ inches in width
  • Ultimate Stealth Clip fits belts of unlimited width

MSRP for KingTuk Deluxe for the Walther PPS and PPS M2 is $89.99. For more information on this holster as well as other items from Galco such as magazine pouches and other concealed carry accessories, please visit galcogunleather.com.

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