Galco VHS Shoulder Holster System fits SIG P229 and Similar Ambidextrous Leather Black

FC-601299018532 Galco VHS4-822B

Galco VHS Shoulder Holster System fits SIG P229 and Similar Ambidextrous Leather Black
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FC-601299018532 Galco VHS4-822B
Model VHS4822B 
Carry Shoulder 
Material Leather 
Light No 
Side Right 
UPC 601299018532 
SKU 7-VHS4822B 
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Carry Your SIG With the Classic Look of the Galco VHS System

The Galco Vertical Holster System (VHS) has the adjustments to let you custom fit the holster to your body. This holster has a double magazine pouch and an ambidextrous holster to allow you to have your pistol and reloads close at hand. It is made from premium steerhide and will accept option accessories and tie downs on both sides. Be ready for the unexpected with Galco.

The Galco name is famous in real life among Law enforcement agencies and in Hollywood as a favorite holster of choice for actors and appearing in more movies than any other brand. Keep you and your weapon ready for the unexpected with Galco. Galco started in 1969 as a family business in Chicago, Illinois and was a custom leather company. In 1983 the company moved to its current location in Phoenix, Arizona and is still hand crafting leather goods to the highest standards.

Galco VHS Shoulder Holster System Specifications and Features:

  • Galco VHS4-822B
  • Vertical gun carry
  • Ambidextrous
  • Converts for right or left hand use
  • Vertical double magazine carrier with secure flaps
  • Comfortable wide harness with swiveling Flexalon backplate
  • Accepts optional accessory attachments
  • Includes tie-downs for both holster and ammo carrier
  • Premium Steerhide
  • Color Black
  • SIG Sauer P225 (P6), P228, P229 (DA), P229 with rail (DA), P229 with rail bobbed hammer
  • Taurus 24/7 in 9/40/45

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