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Galco Wheelgunner - Great CCW and Other Revolver Holster

Discussion in 'Handguns: Holsters and Accessories' started by gvf, Oct 8, 2011.

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  1. gvf

    gvf Member

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    I just got this for occasional ccw of my Python, Galco Wheelgunner. It holds the holster high and tight to the body; makes this big whopper comfortable. The holster can be removed from its holder for storage in a car if entering a prohibited area, can also be worn crossdraw.

    It conceals under an open vest, long shirt, jacket etc.

    You can order for many revolvers.

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    http://www.usgalco.com/HolsterPT3.asp?ProductID=3905&CatalogID=4
     
  2. BossHogg

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    I've been looking for a holster for my S&W N-frame. This is one that has caught my eye. Looks very interesting, I hope I can find one local to check out. Keep us updated.
     
  3. gvf

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    Hope you find one locally. But I think for an N-frame this would be perfect from my experience at least.

    Beautiful leather and really holds the gun high, yet the holster is molded but holds the gun less tight than some, so drawing is a snap even though its high.
    The hammer-thong might be good to have on in heavy physical activity. For normal activity I can keep it on or off - though Galco recommends you use it. Old cowboy-style, I guess they used leather hammer thongs regularly.

    I got mine at The Holster Store - seem like very nice people - $43 plus $10 UPS Priority Shipping: From The Gun Store site:

    http://www.thegunholsterstore.com/index.php?l=product_detail&p=432
     
    Last edited: Oct 8, 2011
  4. ShawnC

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    That one doesn't print too much? I'd like to get a 4" .357 for CCW and I'm looking for a good hidey holster.
     
  5. BossHogg

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    Are you still liking this holster?
     
  6. SorenityNow

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    Wow, What a beauty!! Can I get one for a 6" gp100??
     
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