Introducing New Fits For Galco’s Switchback Belt Holster

 

 

 

Galco is excited to introduce new fits for the versatile and affordable new Switchback™ belt holster – now available for a broad range of popular modern semiautos with 4”- 4.5” barrels from FN, Glock, Ruger, SIG-Sauer, S&W, and more!

A hybrid design that combines the best elements of leather and synthetic, the Switchback is fully ambidextrous and can be carried in the strong side or crossdraw positions. The main body of the holster is constructed of layered synthetics, beginning with an outer layer of durable black ballistic nylon. Beneath that is closed cell foam that imparts structure to the holster body and protection for the firearm in the field. Finally, a layer of 420 denier gunmetal-colored pack cloth lines the holster.

An ambidextrous “exoskeleton” made of top grain steer hide allows the belt to be threaded through either side of the holster body in strong side or crossdraw positions, for right or left hand draw. The retention strap has a hammer slot and is reversible for ambidextrous use.

Available in black finish, the Switchback retails for only $46.

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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