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This is a discussion on Glaco Kingtuk within the Defensive Carry Holsters & Carry Options forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; The holster is Kydex, the backing plate is two pieces of leather (one of the differances in the King Tuck and Super Tuck). You are ...

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    The holster is Kydex, the backing plate is two pieces of leather (one of the differances in the King Tuck and Super Tuck). You are corect that Kydex doesnt need a break in however, the leather can require a short break in. A small ammount of manual manipulation of the leather and then several practice draws will take care of it.

    Good call on the fine line comment.
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    I just now discovered this Kingtuk. I dont care who invented it and I wear supertucks for my kahr and glock, but this Galco version certainly looks better in terms of quality and is cheaper. Again, Im just going by pics, so Im not speaking by experience. If my CBST's ever wear out, I may try one of those next.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Old Padawan View Post
    This holster was made for me by Galco about two years ago. I think it shows a fine level of craftsmanship and artistry.
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    I'm not usually a big Galco fan but that's one fantastic looking rig! I was formerly a Bianchi die-hard as I lived down the street from John Bianchi back when I was a LEO. In fact, I met him and his daughter a few times. Anyway, Galco holsters in my view are overly thick cuts of leather that I find hard to work with. I liked my shoulder rig although I sold it to a forum Admin when I stopped carrying a 1911. Oh well, nostalgia got the best of me.
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