New Holsters for New Glocks

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posted on January 8, 2014
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Galco Gunleather introduced multiple holsters for the newly-released Glock models G41 and G42. By working closely with Glock, Galco was able to ready holsters in concert with the release of the new pistols.


For the Gen 4 Glock G41, Galco offers an even 10 holsters, ranging from belt holsters like the Quick Slide and Silhouette to the flagship Miami Classic shoulder system: S3H, J1H, Jackass Rig, Jak Slide, M7X Matrix, Miami Classic, Miami Classic II, Quick Slide, Silhouette and Yaqui Slide.

For the compact .380 ACP Glock G42, Galco offers four different fits, ranging from the Pocket Protector to the extremely popular Stow-N-Go IWB to the Classic Lite shoulder holster: Classic Lite, Pocket Protector, Stow-N-Go and Walkabout.


Galco can help outfit owners of the new Glocks with the highest-quality American-made gunleather.

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