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Question about M3 tac-light and holsters?

Discussion in 'Shooting Gear and Storage' started by Texas Bob, Mar 2, 2003.

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  1. Texas Bob

    Texas Bob Member

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    Anyone know of a good belt holster that would hold a glock 17 while the insights M3 was still attached to the glock? Thanks in advance, Bob:)
     
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    Look at the offerings from Eagle Industries and Blackhawk. These are mostly drop-leg nylon holsters, so if you were looking for something in leather I can't help you.

    http://www.eagleindustries.com
    http://www.blackhawkindustries.com

    Recommended dealers:

    Eagle - lightfighter.com
    BH - lpstactical.com

    Not affiliated with any of the above.

    Justin
     
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    Even Fobus has a "light" option these days...
    [​IMG]

    They could probably be found for less than $40 at www.sableco.net .
     
  5. curt

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    I have a bladetech that came as a modular system with a locking clip for belt usage, a drop extension for tacticalthigh usage, and a paddle. A very good holster, what can i say its a bladetech, and if you consider all of the options it was a bargain to boot.

    The only complaint i have about it is that if i use it with my G35 without the light its loose. I can still use it for a class or range use but nothing where i might be rolling around.

    I believe uncle mikes has something too.
     
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