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Galco Cop 3 Slot Holster for Ruger P90, P85, P89, P93D, P94, P95, P97, P345
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If you’re looking for a serious, high-performance holster that won’t break the bank, the Galco Cop Series is a great option. Galco’s Cop 3 Slot holster is precision-molded and allows comfortable carry in both strong side and crossdraw positions. A tension screw adjustment near the trigger guard facilitates maximum firearm retention, while the rear sight is protected by a wide safety strap and reinforced thumb break. The low-cut design allows for easier, faster clearance of the firearm from the leather. The Cop 3 Slot is constructed of premium cowhide and fits belts up to 1 3/4". Made for semiautomatic pistols and double-action revolvers, the Cop 3 Slot holster is available in right or left hand designs in black finish.
Hand Orientation: Right
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I settled on the Galco Cop and am thrilled that I made this choice. The holster definitely takes some breaking in and was an extremely tight fit. I used the plastic wrap method and then moved on to a thin dress sock which did the trick.
My only suggestion is to make sure you put some pressure on the slide as you holster the weapon or the force of holstering can push the slide out of battery. It also takes a few days of constant wear to get the holster to conform to your body shape, once this was done you cannot really notice that I am wearing it, which is no small feat with the P-95 in it.
All in all I am extremely happy with this holster and would highly reccomend it to anyone.
Fortunately, I found the Galco through Amazon. I'd heard about Galcos--nothing but good, by the way--but had never really played with one.
Guys and gals, Galco makes a seriously tough leather holster. This thing looks and feels like it's going to last forever. Each time I wear it, it just gets more comfortable. It holds the pistol tight enough to my torso that a loose shirt provides concealment (and that's not that easy with the P-90.)
The holster is still relatively new, and drawing can be a little tug of war. I bought a vial of Galco's "Draw-EZ" lubricant and will be using it until the holster is fully broken in.
Getting the holster to fit the pistol snugly enough that it has retention, but not so tighly you'd have to call for a time out if you had to draw it, was a tad challenging. One suggestion that worked for me was to stretch the holster to the approximate size, pull a thin (THIN) sock over the pistol, insert it in the holster, and let if sit for a few days. Galco doesn't recommend leaving a pistol in the holster, but heck, I paid for it. The sock worked for me.
Galcos certainly aren't the cheapest holsters available, but ten years down the road, I'll be betting it will still be holding up to regular use.