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Significant gun carriers who require deep concealment and favor an ankle holster nearly universally praise Galco’s Ankle Glove. These who require concealment eighty hours a week, year in and year out, uncover the Ankle Glove so cozy to use that they neglect it’s there – till they require it. The Ankle Glove’s extensive neoprene ankle band and Velcro closure offer extended wearing convenience and unmatched protection. Further convenience is provided by sheepskin padding in between the holster and ankle. It also characteristics a strengthened thumb crack for speed of draw and detailed molding for firearm retention. The Ankle Glove might be worn with or without the optional adjustable calf strap (marketed separately). Built of high quality saddle leather stitched to a neoprene band, the Ankle Glove accommodates ankles up to 13" in circumference. Created for semiautomatic pistols and double-action revolvers, the Ankle Glove is offered in appropriate or remaining hand draw in black complete. Ankle Gloves for small revolvers: Versions AG158/AG159 are an open top design and style, indicating they do not have a safety strap and thumbreak. Instead, they have a rigidity unit, and perform with both hammered and hammerless guns. Versions AG160/AG161 have a retention strap (thumb crack) that runs powering the grip frame (not powering the hammer). They perform with both hammered and hammerless guns, but some guns with manufacturing unit provided customized or oversized rubber grips will not suit because the retention strap is not prolonged enough to wrap all around them. Works very best with slim wooden or "boot" grips.