Thumbs up for Galco King Tuk

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    Thumbs up for Galco King Tuk

    Just got a Galco King Tuk for my CW9. It is very comfortable. Went out to eat tonight and almost forgot it was there. I finally broke down and bought this and a good belt and it has made a huge difference in my comfort carrying iwb. Obviously I don't know how it'll hold up. But I'll keep ya'll updated.

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    They're a winner. Got one for my Glock 30.

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    Yep, got one each for my Glock 30s and Colt 1911. They're fine for the price and hold up well.

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    They are great & it will hold up as long as you don't drive over it.
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    New Galco King Tuk

    Just purchased a new one for a Kimber ultra CDP 45. Only wore it once so far and seemed okay. Got to get use to the size. As someone else said, putting on a little bit hard but once on it seems to be comfortable. Got to get use to carrying a larger gun. I've been carrying a Ruger LCP in a rear pocket holster. That is so comfortable you forget you have a gun with you. I will repost after I have some carry time with this rig.

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    Kydex cracked on mine just after warranty expired and the layers are separating...

    Currently searching for a replacement.

    YMMV

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    I love mine! 3" 1911 and for a J frame ( not used very often )
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    Quote Originally Posted by klx9mm View Post
    Just got a Galco King Tuk for my CW9. It is very comfortable. Went out to eat tonight and almost forgot it was there. I finally broke down and bought this and a good belt and it has made a huge difference in my comfort carrying iwb. Obviously I don't know how it'll hold up. But I'll keep ya'll updated.
    Have worn mine for two years. It holds up

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    Had one for an XD. Will last you a long time. Good luck. Be safe

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    Quote Originally Posted by kerberos View Post
    Kydex cracked on mine just after warranty expired and the layers are separating...

    Currently searching for a replacement.

    YMMV

    Most holster makers have a lifetime warranty. I would never buy from one that doesn't. I use Sticky Wire hybrids.

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    This thread sucks without pictures.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ccinag26 View Post
    have worn mine for two years. It holds up
    mine too!
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    Quote Originally Posted by SnoMan97 View Post
    Most holster makers have a lifetime warranty. I would never buy from one that doesn't. I use Sticky Wire hybrids.

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    Took the words right out of my mouth. It took me by surprise when he said his warranty had expired.
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    Quote Originally Posted by CWOUSCG View Post
    This thread sucks without pictures.
    Fair enough... one can claim anything on the interwebz...






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