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Product Details

  • Premium steerhide
  • Retention strap with reinforced thumb break
  • Fits pistols with most popular attached weapon lights from Surefire, Insight, Crimson Trace and Viridian
  • Neutral cant
  • Tunnel-style loops fits belts up to 1 3/4"

NOTE: Fits pistols equipped with Surefire X200 and X300, Streamlight TLR-1 and TLR-3, Insights M3, Inforce WILD2, Viridian C5L and Gen 2 X5L, and Crimson Trace Lightguard. Also accommodates LaserMax Genesis and Uni-Max Micro.

Take back the night with Galco’s Halo™! Designed to comfortably carry a pistol equipped with a weaponlight, the Halo remains compact enough for realistic concealment of a light-equipped pistol.

Most real-world use of pistols – whether by law enforcement officers or lawfully armed citizens – occurs in hours of low light. Plainclothes officers and civilians who prefer to equip their pistols with a weaponlight need a holster that is compact enough to conceal, yet fast and fumble-free to draw.

Enter the Halo. The Halo’s vertical orientation allows a smooth draw without cocking the wrist, while its thumb-break retention strap combines positive control of the pistol with a fast and efficient draw. Riding high and close to the body, the Halo also offers excellent concealment of the large pistols that are typically equipped with weaponlights.

With Galco’s Halo at your side, you own the night.

The Halo is constructed of premium steerhide, fits belts up to 1 3/4” wide, and is made for semiautomatic pistols and is available in right hand designs, in black.

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Customer Reviews

Based on 21 reviews for the HALO BELT HOLSTER

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September 2, 2018

(5.0 out of 5)
S&W M&P Galco Halo Holster
Love it! Looks and feels great. I fit a 2.0 M&P into the original M&P version Holster. Takes a little time to break it in but it’s worth it. I highly recommend it.
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June 17, 2018

(5.0 out of 5)
Awesome holster
I love this holster, I use it for my Sig p-226 every-time i carry. I also have found my p320 compact 45 fits in it as well with a light attached.
Break in takes a while but after its loosened up and broken it, it will work like a breeze.
Would buy this product again.
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September 14, 2017

(5.0 out of 5)
An Excellent Holster - Break It In!
I got interested in this set up since our agency went to weapon lights and the amended holsters on our duty belt. I would absolutely buy this holster again. It is very professional looking, having no problem riding in a suite or shirt and tie, really remarkable. And the Halo is much smaller than I anticipated, providing realistic concealment of a weapon-light-equipped pistol. The halo rides surprisingly high and close to the body. And it is surprisingly compact. Nevertheless, it would be nice for Galco to offer a lined Kydex or similar functioning material such as we have on our agency duty belts.

This gets it's own paragraph: I can't over stress the extent to which the quality and detail of the Halo Belt Holster is immediately evident. It could of looked cheaper like some other brands, or overly busy with all the contours, but no, Galco got this thing right. No problem wearing in court with a suit or shirt and tie. You could tell someone you paid $219 for it and they would believe you. Of course the price is much less.

There is so much fitting between the weapon and the mounted light, you may understandably have considerably break-in to accomplish, it's not like buying a Combat Master - but it is simple, use ziplock one at a time for four hours each until you get the exact fit you want. Much if all of the once-in-a-while whining by law enforcement sales regarding the holster being too tight I assume to some extent are simply the user's failure to know to break the holster in.

For break-in, use name brand zip lock freezer bags for a consistent thicker plastic. My Halo was delivered with a typically significantly tight fit and was to fit around a Gen. 5 Glock Model 17 with a holster approved Streamlight TLR-1 HL 800 Lumen Weapon Light. Starting with one bag, I set the light and weapon in the holster having to press down with some force to get the retention strap snapped. In four hours it was already less tight, but still needed relief. So I went to the second bag and let it sit four hours, then the third, then the fourth, each time with four to six hours set time. Each bag caused noticeably less resistance. The next day I used the holster and weapon rig at four bags. The weapon went in and out of the holster acceptably well, but I still went to a fifth bag where I could of stopped and been perfectly happy. But since it has a retention strap, I actually used a sixth bag to really slick up the easy removal and reholstering. About 3 minutes work every four hours. Some holsters out of the box will take less break-in. What I didn't use was any of the Galco product that slicks things up in the interior leather, so it may of been a much easier process, I don't know.
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