A firearm at home is useless when you are out with your family and find yourself in a life-or-death altercation. However, the wrong holster does more to prevent you from taking your firearm than it does to encourage it. The Galco Royal Guard 2.0 IWB builds on a track record of comfort and concealment, so you’re never unarmed.
Galco Royal Guard 2 IWB Holster
The Galco holster is constructed of premium horsehide, giving it classic styling and durability. The moisture resistance horsehide is perfect for inside the waistband carry, ensuring that it is unaffected by sweat. The Royal Guard 2.0 has greater stability in the pants, due to its rough side out construction. As a result, the smooth side against the firearm provides for a slicker draw.
The forward cant of the Royal Guard 2.0 helps to increase the concealability when worn behind the strong hip. The inside of the IWB holster features a raised sweat guard to protect both the handgun and gun carrier. To ensure smooth and easy one-handed return of the firearm to the holster, the Royal Guard 2.0 features a black-colored metal-reinforced mouth.
The Galco Royal Guard 2.0 holster is suppled with removable black belt loops, fitting belts up to 1.75 inches. However, if you have a narrower belt, you can purchase the optional 1.25 or 1.5 inch belt loops. Although they come in black, you can purchase additional belt loops in tan to match tan/brown belts.
The Royal Guard 2.0 IWB holster is available in either right- or left-hand draw. Also, for those that prefer a darker holster, the Royal Guard 2.0 is also available in black.
The Galco Royal Guard 2.0 is available now with an MSRP of $168.00. For more info, please visit GalcoGunLeather.com.
Galco Royal Guard 2.0 IWB Holster Features
- Rough out horsehide
- Smooth gun pocket for easy draw
- Butt-forward cant
- Raised sweat guard to protect pistol and wearer
- Metal-reinforced mouth for easy holstering
- Supplied with 1 3/4″ black belt loops
NOTE: Not compatible with red dot optics.
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