Galco Gunleather unveils Speed Master 2.0 convertible holster

Speed Master

The Speed Master 2.0 comes with a paddle attachment and belt slot. (Photo: Galco Gunleather)

Galco Gunleather bolsters its selection of concealed carry holsters, adding the new Speed Master 2.0 convertible paddle/belt holster to the lineup.

The holster uses twin attachment sources in the form of a paddle and an adjustable belt slot. This construction allows owners to swap between the mounts depending on needs. Galco said gun owners need only a slot-head screwdriver to swap between attachments. The Speed Master 2.0 offers removable spacers to adjust belt slots for belts from 1 1/4-inches through 1 3/4-inches.

The leather rig sports an open top design with minimal cant, covered trigger for safety and a tension screw adjustment. Made from premium saddle leather, the holster is available in the owner’s choice of tan or black. At this point, only right-handed models are available.

“Galco Gunleather is excited to introduce the Speed Master 2.0 convertible paddle/belt holster,” Galco said in a news release. “The new Speed Master 2.0 is the highly versatile and concealable result of Galco’s many years of design experience and continually advancing holster technology.”

The Speed Master 2.0 retails for $86.

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