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Galco Tuck-n-Go for Glock 27

This is a discussion on Galco Tuck-n-Go for Glock 27 within the Concealed Carry and Handgun Gear forums, part of the Handguns category; Does anyone have experience carrying a Glock 27 (or similar) with Galco's Tuck-n-Go holster? I know there are much better ...

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    Default Galco Tuck-n-Go for Glock 27

    Does anyone have experience carrying a Glock 27 (or similar) with Galco's Tuck-n-Go holster? I know there are much better tuckable holsters but I would like to know if anyone has experience with this particular one.

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    I carry a G 27 in a Fobus paddle holster. I also use a uncle mikes IWB at other times. Not to crazy about either one. Would like to find a good one though.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BigSlick View Post
    I carry a G 27 in a Fobus paddle holster. I also use a uncle mikes IWB at other times. Not to crazy about either one. Would like to find a good one though.
    Which Fobus holster? I've been considering the E2 Evolution paddle from Fobus.

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    I will need to look at it when I return home on Friday from a business trip. The one thing that I can say about the Fobus is that the gun fits tight in the holster and it should be worn with a belt. I normally don't wear a belt with shorts so when drawing the gun you have to hold the holster with your weak hand. When I use the UM IWB I fear that I will drop my gun or it will fall out.
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    I carry my G-27 mainly in a serpa paddle, in fact I have serpa paddle for all my Glocks, have tryed many differant holsters, MOB, IWB, Pocket, always keep going back to the serpas, only thing with the serpas is the weapon is not really concealed tha well with a T-shirt, any long shirt or jacket its fine, if I'm going somewhere when it would be best to really keep it hidden, IWB at 3 o'clock works best,

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    Quote Originally Posted by BigSlick View Post
    I carry a G 27 in a Fobus paddle holster. I also use a uncle mikes IWB at other times. Not to crazy about either one. Would like to find a good one though.
    I have a couple of Fist holsters for my G27 and G26, one of which is tuckable (also a tuckable for my G30). I'm pretty happy with them. It's thin Kydex with a tight fit.
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    I just recently purchased a Galco TUC286 for my Glock 27. I like it much better than the Fobus holster I was using. Makes concealment so much easier while wearing shorts. It took a few days for the holster to break in but it looks like this setup will be my primary carry. I will try to get a pic uploaded soon.
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    I have been using the Tuck-n-go (TUC286) for about three weeks now and I am very pleased. The holster was very inexpensive, especially for Galco, so I thought I wouldn't be losing much if I wasn't happy with the product. Surprisingly I am very pleased! It took 3 to 4 days to break-in the the holster and my hip. I have never carried IWB so it was a little painful for a few days. I wear the Tuck-n-go at just past 3 o'clock and now I forget it's there. The holster stays in place very well. The j-hook is large enough that it definitely stays hooked upon drawing the gun. I wear the holster with dress slacks and a tucked-in dress shirt and it conceals every well. I wear a 1.5" leather belt. By the time I'm ready to go, the only thing visible is the small 0.25" hook at the bottom of my belt. For $23 I could not be happier! I have attached three images if you would like a little show and tell.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jp102 View Post
    I have been using the Tuck-n-go (TUC286) for about three weeks now and I am very pleased. The holster was very inexpensive, especially for Galco, so I thought I wouldn't be losing much if I wasn't happy with the product. Surprisingly I am very pleased! It took 3 to 4 days to break-in the the holster and my hip. I have never carried IWB so it was a little painful for a few days. I wear the Tuck-n-go at just past 3 o'clock and now I forget it's there. The holster stays in place very well. The j-hook is large enough that it definitely stays hooked upon drawing the gun. I wear the holster with dress slacks and a tucked-in dress shirt and it conceals every well. I wear a 1.5" leather belt. By the time I'm ready to go, the only thing visible is the small 0.25" hook at the bottom of my belt. For $27 I could not be happier! I have attached three images if you would like a little show and tell.
    I'm still trying to figure out how to post pictures but that is it. I was very pleased with how it feels and it does stay in place very well. I carry mine at the 4 0'clock position. It's a good looking holster for the price. I only paid 19.99 for mine so I figured it was worth the gamble.
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