Introducing The Paragon IWB Holster For The Glock 43 & 48

 

 

Galco is excited to introduce the Paragon™ IWB holster for the very popular Glock 43 and 48! Adjustable for angle from strong side to crossdraw, the ambidextrous Paragon is optimized for the popular appendix mode of carry.

With a Kydex® holster body, the Paragon offers comfortable carry, fast draw and easy return to the holster. Dual tuckable belt clips ride in slots fore and aft of the gun body, allowing adjustment for ride height and carry angle. Twin tension units allow easy adjustment of the draw stroke. Raised sweat guards on both sides of the handgun protect the wearer’s body from the gun and promote a smooth and safe return to holster. The Paragon includes an optional claw-type stabilizing wing.

The Paragon comes with Galco’s patent-pending polymer UniClip™ for excellent concealment, stability and easy on-off capability, and functions well with single or dual clips. Galco’s Ultimate Stealth™ clips are available as an optional purchase for those who prefer even deeper concealment.

Available in black, the Paragon retails for $79.

 

Galco International, LTD is the designer and manufacturer of the Galco holster brand, the premier American-made line of superb-quality holsters, belts and accessories. Encompassing law enforcement, military, defensive and sporting use, the Galco brand utilizes leather, nylon, injection-molded plastic and Kydex® to meet the demands of today’s consumers. The award-winning Matrix™ line of holsters and accessories, women’s holster handbags, tactical slings and hunting accessories round out the line. All Galco products are proudly made in the USA since 1969.

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