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Tan MOLLE/P.A.L.S. Glock Holster- anyone know of one?

Discussion in 'Handguns: Holsters and Accessories' started by Louisiana Carry, Mar 1, 2008.

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  1. Louisiana Carry

    Louisiana Carry Member

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    Preferably Kydex, level one retention, but open to all links.

    Want one for my Eberlstock Phantom Sniper Pack
     
  2. Nightcrawler

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    I know of two. The first is the Blade-Tech TCR Plus.

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    The second is the BLACKHAWK! (*sigh*) SERPA (*double sigh*).

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    Also, I think the Eagle G-Code holster can be configured as such.

    There are plenty of similar nylon holsters from Tactical Tailor, Blackwater Gear, etc. etc. Kydex is better for this application since the soft nylon holsters won't hold the weapon in place without a thumb-snap. The kydex rig allows for hassle-free one-handed reholstering.

    Hope this helps!
     
  3. Louisiana Carry

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    Why the sighs?

    I like the looks of the Blackhawk. Thank you very much for the links!
     
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    BLACKHAWK! gives me a headache, because they're always yelling at you. "BLACKHAWK!"

    Also, "SERPA". Everything they make has to have some kind of acronym or scary name. They don't make gloves. They're HELLSTORM! gloves. They don't make a water bladder. It's a HYDRASTORM HYDRATION thingamagic. Etc.

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    Oh, one more thing. BE ADVISED about using the SERPA with the Glock. You push the button to release the weapon from the holster. There have been some accounts of police officers and other types having negligent discharges upon draw, as the "pushing the button" motion ends up pushing their finger into the trigger guard as the weapon clears the holster. Don't know how often this has actually happened, but it's something to keep in mind when practicing.
     
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