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Holster for Ruger SR22 W/ Crimson Trace light?

Discussion in 'Handguns: Holsters and Accessories' started by DROCK, Jun 14, 2013.

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  1. DROCK

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    Looking for a holster for my Ruger SR22 with CMR-202 Railmaster Light. Suggestions?
     
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    Care to enlighten a little bit? Inside the waist, outside the waist...pocket holster if you are wearing cargo pants etc?
     
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    I have never had good luck with nylon holsters for handguns with lasers/lights. I tried a Blackhawk sportster for awhile but the sides were too soft and kept turning the laser on in the holster. Went through enough batteries to end up throwing out the holster.

    White Hat holsters makes leather/kydex hybrid holsters to accommodate lights and lasers. Great company and great products. They recently started OWB holsters as well but I would recommend their IWB Maxtuck. They don't have the CMR-202 in their drop down menu for ordering so be sure to contact them to see what they can do.
     
  5. DROCK

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    Thanks, I sent them an email.
     
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    Need to send them the light to make the holster. I think thats going to be the outcome for all the holster companies I'd contact
     
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    They have great customer service so I would have little worry about them losing your light in the process. The benefit being is they will probably make a mold out of yours to make it a drop down on their sight for future customers. WH is the only company that I found when looking for my holster that made molded holsters based on this firearm/this accessory combination instead of a cheap one size fits all nylon holster.
     
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    Got a WH holster in the making...thanks!
     
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    +1 for White Hat Holsters.

    Here is my Max Tuck for my G19:

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  10. DROCK

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    Got my WH holster ... not 100% impressed. Zero retention when not on the waistband ... enough retention when in the waistband ... but not enough to inspire much confidence... wiggles around a bit ... will probably try to shrink it myself. Theres also a random hole in the leather as if they punched a hole in the wrong spot and just left it like that. Won't be rushing to buy another holster from them again in the future.
     
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    Next time around try a Raven Concealment Phantom.
     
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    I have two holsters from them for my Glock. They dont make one for the SR22
     
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    A small card should have come with the order telling how to improve retention, they leave it largely up to the customer since some like more retention and some like less. The hole in the leather is not a mistake. The hole is there for if you ever get another kydex piece cut for a firearm without a light/laser, that is where one of the screws go. I carry my Ruger without a laser on occasion and that "wrong hole" is where one of the screws goes.
     
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    Thanks for clarifying about the "wrong hole." They did provide me with the card and I will be trying to add some retention myself
     
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