Anyone know about the Galco V-Hawk holster?


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wojownik
June 20, 2012, 04:38 PM
Looking at IWB tuckable options for a 1911 stainless commander and Sig p228/229. Specifically looking at the V-Hawk - wondering if anyone has used it - any impressions, pros/cons? Is the leather decent, and is it good at retaining its shape (i.e. does it flatten out when the pistol is removed?)

I currently have a Milt Sparks VM-II for my p220 and HK p7, and the Galco Skyops for the Sig p225/228/229.

Wanting something a bit sturdier than the Skyops (which moves around a lot), but less pricey and more available than the VM-II (though I love the VM-II).

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eam3clm@att.net
June 20, 2012, 10:40 PM
I have a Galco King TUK for my Glock 27 and oh wait I have it on now. I almost forgot about it. Not really but in my opinion it is a comfortable holster. I have a few Galco holsters and all seem to be made good. The Kydex on it holds its shape for easy eholstering. My buddy has an AHOLSTER that he carries OWB with his 1911. WWW.lefthandholster.com . It conceals really good with a loose shirt. Galco make a M7X holster that is similar, but make of soft plastic.

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