Posted July 31, 2015 9:05 am by Comments

By Dennis Adler


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When Kimber came out with the Solo in 2011, the company teamed up with Galco to offer a complete line of Solo-dedicated holsters for pocket and belt carry.

Among the best for secure carry, comfort and ease of use is the Paddle Lite, which is a soft suede pouch with a curved, belt-locking, injection-molded paddle. The rig is very secure, easy to put on and take off, and easy to move around the waist for varying carry needs without removing your belt.

The Paddle Lite holster rides high for better concealment and has a distinct forward cant for an easier draw.

Finally, for added security, there is a heavy-duty, quick-release, thumb-break safety strap with a soft rubber inner cover to prevent any marking of the frame by the metal snap.

This Galco/Kimber rig is ideal for CCW use with the Solo Crimson Carry and has an MSRP of only …read more

Source:: Tactical Life

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