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MIAMI CLASSIC SHOULDER SYSTEM (AUTOS)

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Features
  • Premium steerhide holster and magazine carrier
  • Silhouetted design accommodates multiple barrel/slide lengths
  • Vertical double magazine carrier with secure flaps for autos
  • Easily concealable 1" wide harness straps
  • Full grain leather with swiveling Flexalon back plate
  • Accepts modular accessories
  • Fits chests up to 56"

NOTE: Most fits not compatible with red dot optics.
NOTE: the muzzle on some gun fits will protrude beyond the leather. This is by design.
NOTE: Extended Magazines
1. Full size pistol: system mag carrier will not accommodate extra-capacity or extended
magazines. To assemble a system for extended magazines, please purchase holster,
harness and extended mag carrier or horizontal mag carrier as separate components. Alternately, purchase a Miami Classic II, which comes standard with a horizontal, open-front magazine carrier.
2. Compact/subcompact pistol: if a full size version of your pistol is available, the mag
carrier will generally also accommodate magazines from the full-sized pistol.
3. Please contact Galco customer service for further clarification as needed.
NOTE: Sleeved Magazines
May not properly accommodate magazines with exterior sleeves, as the baseplates will
rub together.

Description
Our Miami Classic™ is quite possibly the most imitated shoulder holster system in the world. A direct descendant of the original shoulder system first introduced by Galco in 1970 (then the Famous Jackass Leather Company), the Miami Classic has since become the favorite of professionals worldwide.

A key component of this shoulder system is its spider harness. All four points of the spider harness pivot independently and are connected by our unique clover shaped Flexalon™ swivel back plate, which is a Galco trademark. This results in a perfect fit and lasting comfort for all sizes and shapes.

This system is constructed of premium steerhide and includes holster, harness, ammo carrier and a set of harness fasteners. The Miami Classic is fully modular. Optional accessories and components may be purchased separately, including commonly-used items like tie-downs.

The Miami Classic for autos is available in right or left hand draw in tan or black finish.


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July 10, 2023

Review for MIAMI CLASSIC SHOULDER SYSTEM (AUTOS)
(5.0 out of 5)
Perfect Addition for my Colt
I had been looking for a shoulder option for my Colt Commander for some time. I have several belt holsters that work well with it, but for certain clothing situations I needed a shoulder holster. I tried several cheap (approximately $100) options that all were ill fitting or just poor quality. The Galco is the complete opposite. My Colt counterbalances well with the mag holders on the right and it is insanely comfortable. Kicking myself for not going for quality initially. Sticker shock will fade away as soon as you try on this holster.
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July 9, 2023

Review for MIAMI CLASSIC SHOULDER SYSTEM (AUTOS)
(5.0 out of 5)
STILL THE BEST SHOULDER HOLSTER !!!!!!!!!!!
Got for my Sig P226 MK-25 easy to set up and rides great. looks great too! I had the Jackass for my 1911 , but after 25+years of use IT has given up . YOU GUYS ARE THE BEST!
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April 28, 2023

Review for MIAMI CLASSIC SHOULDER SYSTEM (AUTOS)
(5.0 out of 5)
Happy wheeler
I bought a Miami Classic shoulder rig for my SA-35 after looking at them at the NRA convention in Indianapolis. After searching for a comfortable way to carry a service pistol while seated this seems to be good solution. Now I can easily draw from concealment while in my wheelchair. Never assume that an old guy in a wheelchair is an easy victim.
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