Galco M6X ALH Auto Locking Holster

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posted on February 16, 2012
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Galco's patented locking device retains the pistol until the ergonomic and intuitive thumb-release lever is depressed, instantly releasing the pistol for a quick, smooth draw.

Constructed from the same injection-molded thermoplastic as the other Matrix holsters, the M6X also maintains the same fierce durability and dependability. The locking mechanism has endured torture tests involving thousands upon thousands of draws, and is well-suited to hard real-world use.

Using an adjustable belt slot attachment method, the M6X fits belts from 1 1/4" to 2" in width. The neutral cant allows a fast and comfortable draw, while the belt slot design pulls the pistol in tight for good concealment.

The M6X is extremely affordable, with an MSRP of $39.95.

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