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Vintage guns in modern holsters?
Vintage guns in modern holsters?

Posted By: Gerard D.

I’m known as the “old guy” here at Galco. When asked to contribute to the new Galco blog, my first thoughts were of vintage firearms, specifically revolvers. To be even more specific, revolvers in the almost obsolete caliber of .32-20 WCF, otherwise known as .32-20 Winchester. This great little cartridge was developed and used in the Winchester Model 73 and 92 rifles, as well as many revolvers of that bygone era before World War II. My two particular revolvers are a classic Colt Police Positive Special and the venerable S&W Military and Police (which later became the Model 10). The Colt Police Positive Special is a...

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Welcome to Galco's blog!
Welcome to Galco's blog!

Posted By: Mike B.

Welcome to Galco Gunleather’s new blog. It’s something we’ve thought about for a long time, and now here we are! Our hope is to spark some discussion, perhaps find a few teachable moments on holsters, and just generally have some fun talking about guns and gunleather. Rather than dive right into holster design, construction, care, or whatever, I’d like to mention that Galco will be exhibiting at the United States Concealed Carry Association’s Expo in Louisville this weekend. If you’re anywhere near Louisville, you should definitely try to come to the Expo. There’s a long list of great...

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