GALCO King-Tuk IWB Holster

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The KingTuk is the value option to the Crossbreed super tuck

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Galco KT224B Kingtuk Inside the Waistband Holster - RH, Black, fits Glock 17,19,22,23,26,27,31,32,33

Galco KT224B Kingtuk Inside the Waistband Holster - RH, Black, fits Glock 17,19,22,23,26,27,31,32,33 Rating:
List Price: $59.15
Sale Price: $59.15
(as of 06/27/2017 03:45 UTC - Details)

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Product Description

Galco's highly popular KingTuk tuckable IWB reigns supreme in comfort, speed, and versatility. The patented KingTuk provides the best of both worlds: a comfortable backing plate made of lined saddle leather with Napa leather front combined with a rigid Kydex holster pocket for a fast draw and easy holstering. Worn inside the waistband, the KingTuks removable metal belt clips (fitting belts up to 1 3/4") can be moved up or down in the corresponding holes in the leather, enabling the user to set the carry height and angle to suit their unique preferences. Made in the USA.

Details

  • Fits Glock 17,19,22,23,26,27,31,32,33
  • Right-Handed Holster
  • Material: Napa Leather and Kydex
  • Fits Belts up to 1 3/4"
  • Made in the USA

Galco KT224B Kingtuk Inside the Waistband Holster - RH, Black, fits Glock 17,19,22,23,26,27,31,32,33 out of 5 based on ratings.
Featured Galco Galco KT224B Kingtuk Inside the Waistband Holster - RH, Black, fits Glock 17,19,22,23,26,27,31,32,33 $59.15

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Comments

  1. Bob,That was a good review of the PX4. I agree with you on your assseemsnt that it is rather thick. It is possible to carry it with an IWB holster but it’s not as comfy as a single stack. I bought and use the PX4 as my primary carry weapon for the main reason it has a safety and carries a respectable 13+1 rounds. It is just my preference and philosophy which obviously is different from yours. I’m not saying I’m right or wrong, but it’s just different. Unlike a safe-action type of trigger the Px4 requires a considerable amount of practice to develop the muscle memory to quickly and effectively use the safety and DA/SA. With he safety on it’s not intuitive like other point and shoot guns so if, in the rare event, I get disarmed by an untrained malefactor I have a few precious extra moments of fight or flee. Anyhow, good article. Keep up the good work.

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