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This single RTI wheel works perfectly with any G-Code Kydex Holster, or any DIY holster or sheath with an appropriate RTI hanger mount. This RTI wheel gives you the freedom to mount your Holster anywhere you want, whether it be next to your bed or inside of your car. This is not compatible with the GCA-16 Standard Universal Belt Slide. G-Code Holsters - Burgaw, North Carolina | Facebook G-Code Holsters, Burgaw, North Carolina. 319K likes. G-Code Holsters is dedicated to building the highest quality, most functional Holsters and Accessories available… G-Code / Haley Strategic INCOG IWB Holster System - Second Feb 02, 2016

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The G-Code line of holsters defines premium. “Fit” is foundational to function. The fit of the G-Code line of holsters is second to none. “Features” enable performance. G-Code designs incorporate nothing less than the best combination of working elements. Quality is the Difference 1

G-Code Holsters and Accessories for Tactical Carry Systems

Mar 09, 2012 G-CODE HOLSTER AND ATTACHMENT MOST RECOMMENDED We strongly recommend the G-CODE Holsters and Products. Great Versatility, Strong, Secure, and Adaptability. Top Quality Holsters and made here in the USA. Just click on the G-CODE HOLSTERS AND ACCESSORIES section next to the TACTICAL PADDED MOLLE BELTS section. You will be directed to their website for purchase. G-Code XST-RTI Kydex Holster (Pistol: STI 2011 5" / Black Questions, Answers and Comments. Discuss about G-Code XST-RTI Kydex Holster (Pistol: STI 2011 5 / Black / Right) with your friends and fellow Evike.com shoppers!. Comment or answer questions for a chance to win awesome prizes. Details can be found on the Evike.com Facebook page.Remember to check "Also post on Facebook" when commenting to qualify for the giveaways! G-Code Holsters (Part 1 of 3) | Military.com