Galco New Speed Master 2.0 Convertible Holster

Galco New Speed Master 2.0 Convertible Holster

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Galco’s new Speed Master 2.0 lets you switch between a paddle holster and a belt slide design. Here’s their press release . . .

Galco New Speed Master 2.0 Convertible Holster

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Galco Gunleather is excited to introduce the Speed Master™ 2.0 convertible paddle/belt holster! The new Speed Master 2.0 is the highly versatile and concealable result of Galco’s many years of design experience and continually advancing holster technology.

Galco New Speed Master 2.0 Convertible Holster

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The Speed Master 2.0’s versatility derives from its included twin attachment methods – a paddle and an adjustable belt slot – that are quickly and easily interchangeable by the end user. A slot-head screwdriver is the only tool needed to swap one attachment for the other, giving the gun carrier the choice of two carry methods: the convenient paddle design or the stable and traditional belt slot. Removable spacers permit adjustment of the belt slot for belts from 1 ¼” through 1 ¾”, while the extremely secure paddle fits belts to 1 ¾”.

Galco New Speed Master 2.0 Convertible Holster

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Featuring an open top and minimal cant for fast draw, covered trigger for safety, and tension screw adjustment for added security, the Speed Master 2.0 is constructed of premium saddle leather.

Galco New Speed Master 2.0 Convertible Holster

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Currently available for semiauto pistols, the Speed Master 2.0 is available in right hand designs in tan or black finish.

comments

  1. avatar Manse Jolly says:

    I’m always looking for a new holster review…My ‘never-ending’ quest for the right holster…A/K/A ‘things that dig into my leg while driving.’

    Galco makes good products, I may have to give this one a look for my 1911.

  2. avatar Gadsden Flag says:

    Love custom leather. Got Sparks, Kramer, Rosen, etc. Always said Galco is factory custom. Bought an Ankle Glove in ’93 for my 442. I was wearing it the last day on The Job. Still serviceable today.

  3. avatar Bitter says:

    With 10% of the worlds population approximately 753,000,000 being left handed you would think a major holster manufacture would consider us south paws…oh well.

  4. avatar Gadsden Flag says:

    Bitter, you will almost have to go custom. More money up front, but ten years later when you’ve forgotten the money, you’ll still love the holster. I promise.

    1. avatar Bitter says:

      Thanks for the advice,I’ll take at look at El Paso.
      I’ve been considering Simply Rugged for my Security six 2 3/4”,
      they seem to make some nice rigs and are able to accommodate a large variety of guns.

  5. avatar Gadsden Flag says:

    Look at El Paso Saddlery too. Old school style and a lot of really cool history.

  6. avatar Specialist38 says:

    Does anyone here EDC with a paddle holster?

    I always figured those were for detective cops to put on quick.

    Seems like they would be a little proud for concealment.

    1. avatar Dude says:

      Easy on / off in cooler weather concealed by fleece pullover or jacket.

    2. avatar Jorl says:

      I bought one the first year I carried. Returned it the next day. Didn’t work for me for CC. I’d probably buy one if I had a full size gun that I was going to occasionally open carry.

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