Galco Revamps Website

posted on October 3, 2013
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You may or may not have heard, but Galco Gunleather has made some significant changes to its website, providing a much easier user experience.

I’ve long admired Galco products for providing quality holsters that the average person can actually afford. I own quite a few Galco holsters, ranging from entry level to a couple of the more expensive models, including one of the Miami Classic shoulder rigs. However, the Galco website had been difficult to navigate and clunky to visit.

The updated website is nicer to both view and navigate, providing easier search functions and a cleaner profile. The products, however, are still well-made and affordable. Maybe it’s time to look around for holsters for a couple of recently acquired handguns. I do have a Model 66 that is just screaming to be covered with some high-quality leather.

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