Galco Gunleather bolsters holster selection with new fits for the Quick Slide

08/24/18 11:30 AM | by

Galco Gunleather adds models for Glock, Sig and S&W to its Quick Slide series. (Photo: Galco Gunleather)

Galco Gunleather introduces new gun models for its Quick Slide holster, adding fits for Glock, Sig Sauer and Smith & Wesson.

The second generation Quick Slide, introduced at SHOT Show in January, will now offer models for large-frame Glock .45/10mm, Glock 42, Smith & Wesson M&P service series and Sig Sauer P938.

Using a hybrid design, Galco integrates quick on-off belt loops paired with a lined steerhide backplate with rigid Kydex holster shell. Featuring a near-neutral cant, the holster provides a passive retention device near the trigger guard for added security. Galco said the blended design delivers a comfortable carry matched with safety and durability.

The holster uses quick on-off belt loops for easy attachment. (Photo: Galco Gunleather)

“Mounting to the belt via two widely spaced snap loops, the Quick Slide pulls in tight to the body to provide excellent concealment without unnecessary bulk,” Galco Gunleather. “Combine these features with its silhouetted design and it’s easy to see that Quick Slide is the go-to holster for just about any variation of firearm it carries.”

The Quick Slide is available through Gaclo with a price tag of $54.

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