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First Look: Galco Ankle Glove For The P365XL And Spectre Comp Pistols

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Galco now has its Ankle Glove holster available for the SIG Sauer P365XL and Spectre Comp pistol, with or without red-dot sights. With an unprecedented 12+1 capacity, the P365 series revolutionized the compact pistol market. The P365XL and Spectre Comp pistols build on that innovation with a longer slide in the case of the P365XL, while the Spectre Comp has a small compensator on the muzzle for reduced recoil and muzzle flip.

Using an ankle holster is a common way to carry a smaller gun that serves as a backup to your main defensive firearm. An ankle holster can be very fast on the draw when seated, but can be slow to access from a standing position. Also, because they store your gun away from your waistline, they are not the first place that people look for a discreetly carried firearm, and are a good choice for deep concealment situations.

The Ankle Glove’s wide neoprene ankle band and hook-and-loop closure offer extended wearing comfort and unmatched security. Additional comfort is provided by sheepskin padding between the holster and ankle. It also features a reinforced thumb break for speed of draw and detailed molding for firearm retention. These features mean the Ankle Glove can be comfortable to wear, you’ll almost forget that it is there, until you need it.

Constructed of premium steerhide stitched to a neoprene band, the Ankle Glove is available in right or left hand draw in black finish and accommodates ankles up to 13 inches in circumference.

The holster may be worn with or without the optional adjustable calf strap (sold separately) and is made for a variety of semi-automatic pistols and double-action revolvers, including these two new models from SIG Sauer. MSRP for the Ankle Glove holster is $139, and for more information on this holster or other products from Galco, please visit galcousa.com.


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