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If concealability is paramount in your search for a new holster, the U.S.A. is a perfect choice. For the utmost in concealability, our U.S.A. (Ultimate Second Amendment™) holster features Galco's patented Generation III tuckable J-Hook.

Galco first used the J-Hook design in the late 70's, but we always strive for improvement. Now, our Third Generation J-Hook continues to provide the ultimate in concealment. The Generation III J-Hook's streamlined design hooks over your pants and behind your belt, hooking upward and only showing a small piece at the bottom. A tucked-in shirt will completely conceal your firearm.

The U.S.A. is made with the rough leather side out, providing excellent stability. The smooth leather interior offers a faster, easier draw, and the sewn-in leather sight rails protect both holster and the firearm's sights.

This is the same holster as the T0290 - UDC holster -except that it features a soft mouth that is more comfortable for long term wear. The T0290 has a reinforced mouth that is built with a steel insert to facilitate reholstering.

Made for semiautomatic pistols and double-action revolvers, the U.S.A is available in right or left hand designs in natural finish, and fits 1 1/4" belts.
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