First Look: Galco Tuck-N-Go 2.0 for Glock 48

posted on February 19, 2020

The best-selling Galco Tuck-N-Go 2.0 tuckable inside-the-waistband holster is now available for the popular Glock 48 9 mm pistol.

It is part of Galco's Concealed Carry Lite line of holsters and accessories. This highly versatile Tuck-N-Go IWB merges Galco’s historic quality, comfort and high performance with extreme affordability as an option for daily concealed-carry needs.

The Tuck-N-Go's open top and full firing grip accessibility combine for a fast and easy draw, something that is critically important in fast-moving self-defense situations. The reinforced holster mouth provides a safe and simple after-action return for your gun.

The Tuck-N-Go's versatility comes from its adjustability for cant and angle. If you like to carry in the popular appendix position, you can adjust the belt clip to a neutral, vertical cant. If you prefer the traditional strong-side behind-the-hip position, you can angle the clip accordingly, and if you prefer crossdraw carry, the clip can be moved in the other direction. 

Galco's addition of interchangeable belt clips also adds to the versatility of the holster. The Tuck-N-Go 2.0 is supplied with two types of tuckable clips. The first is the UniClip, which is designed to go over the belt, but also works well without a belt. The second is the Ultimate Stealth clip with a hook that fits on the trouser waistband. The hook fits either under or behind a belt for the ultimate stealthy concealment. Both of these sturdy, quick on-off polymer clips fit belts up to 1¾ inches wide. 

MSRP for the Tuck-N-Go holster for the Glock 48 is $49, and more information is available at


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