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For the utmost in concealability our UDC is constructed of premium horsehide, rough side out to provide excellent inside the pants grip. It features leather sewn in sight rails and Galco's new generation III J hook is designed for 1 1/4" belts. If your firearm is not listed yet check our Deep Cover model as an option.

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 T0291 - USA holster -except that it features a steel reinforced mouth that facilitates reholstering. The T0291 features a soft mouth that is more comfortable over long periods of time.

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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