Galco Stow-n-Go Inside the Pant Holster?

Galco Stow-n-Go Inside the Pant Holster?

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    Question Galco Stow-n-Go Inside the Pant Holster?

    I'm waiting for my K&D holster to get here, but I need a non-expensive one that's relatively nice to get me by until mid October, and I was thinking about the Galco Stow-n-Go. Has anyone had any experience with this holster?

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    I have a stow-n- go for my Kahr PM9 and another one for my Ruger LCP. They are just fine for the price. They hold up well and are very easy to get on and off. I realize they won't hold up forever, and they don't replace my good leather, but I wouldn't hesistate to buy another one. I find them very convenient and a good value.

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    They do the job pretty well, decent rough but fairly soft leather.

    I've carried Ruger 101 with one. Have the "Walkabout", which is the Stow and Go with additional mag holder for Kahr (although I generally pocket carry the Kahr). Both holsters fit the guns adequately, and form around them quite well.

    Main drawback is same as with all the holsters that have clip right on the gun area, in that it adds some rigidity and thickness right there on the holstering area, and doesn't hold into the body quite as well as holsters with double clips or loops that are placed in front and behind actual gun holding area.

    But for $20 or less, the Stow and Go is a good deal, and works decently.

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