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Posted: 10/11/2001 10:36:57 AM EDT
Anybody know where I can get one? I found one at Cheaper than Dirt for 64.75 including shipping...decent price? No one else seems to have them, tapco, cabelas, sportsmansguide, jgsales, ..ect. Thanks, guns762
Link Posted: 10/11/2001 1:39:14 PM EDT
Update! I did find some other sights with Galco holsters. I can't find any better price than Cheaper than Dirt's. If you have one of these,(P.L.E. paddle), do you like it? It doesn't look like it cants forward that much compared to other paddles. Is it enough? How does it fit your gun, well?
thanks again, guns762
Link Posted: 10/11/2001 7:02:58 PM EDT
I have a model 30 glock and bought a Galco high ride concealable (no thumbbreak) in a paddle version. It sucks! I've worked that sucker in and out so much and when I present it, the whole thing comes out, holster and gun. Don't know if this helps. Did get it from Botach Tactical on the web. Might be cheaper there but Cheaper than dirt is much better. I now have a concealable from Galco in belt design and it works great.
Link Posted: 10/11/2001 8:20:34 PM EDT
Get a Fobus. It works just as well and costs $20.
Link Posted: 10/12/2001 6:48:48 AM EDT

Originally Posted By VA-gunnut:
Get a Fobus. It works just as well and costs $20.

All ready own U.M. Kydex paddle, only cost me $10. I compared it to the Fobus, I liked the U.M's better. Not sure I like either one that well. I ordered the Galco last night; I hope I like it-heck of a lot more $$ than either the U.M. or the Fobus!
Link Posted: 10/12/2001 9:13:05 PM EDT
[Last Edit: 10/12/2001 9:09:02 PM EDT by timh70]
I have one for my full size CQB, but I don't like it much. Don't like the plastic paddle.

Link Posted: 10/15/2001 4:08:34 PM EDT
I have a Galco Concealable for the P220. Prefer it over my $150 Mitch Rosen custom job. The Concealable is more comfortable and is stiched stronger around the belt slots.

Mine was way too tight when I got it (better than being loose). I placed the gun in a thick polythene bag and left it in the holster for 24 hrs. Perfect fit now.

I'm sure you'll be impressed by your new Galco
Link Posted: 10/19/2001 5:53:03 AM EDT
I finally received my new Galco Paddle holster. I love it! Perfect fit for my B92fs, does not rock on my hip, infact it is as sturdy as some of my belt holsters, and, it looks great! My only complaint is that it is still difficult to remove even with two hands from the waist band. It's much more firmly attached than my U.M.'s Kydex, and I think it fits the gun better also. I am not dissapointed by any means. I know I could have paid more for a more "custom" maker, but I can't believe the quality would be much better.
Link Posted: 11/11/2001 12:13:59 AM EDT
I had a Safariland paddle holster for my Beretta 92 for a while. Like Holes45's case it also tended to shift around and pull up on the draw. I switched to a Galco Concealable belt/pancake style and never looked back.
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