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    Default HOLSTERS!!!

    Suarez will be bringing a line of holsters to the fight. I want to know from you what you want to see. Post here.
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    IWB appendix, right and left, Glock full and G19-sized, including .45, and high ride appendix OIWB for the little guns (with retention sufficient to keep them aboard if you throw a hard straight punch or two).
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    IWB appendix, rounded contours for comfort.

    Maybe a wing to keep the grip tucked closer to the body.

    Sides high enough to protect the brightness adjustment buttons on an RMR.

    Maybe some ability to adjust ride height.

    G-17 length is fine, a G-19 still fits it.
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    Holsters for the XC1

    A few months back, I went shopping for a holster intended for a war belt (meaning it has to have some real retention) for a G19/17/34 (I use all of the above) with an XC1 light. I found only one option: the Safariland 6354DO ALS. I love the holster. It's awesome. But it's actually more than what I needed. Since most holsters for lighted guns place the retention on the light, and most holsters are made for the X300/TLR1 lights, there is a shortage of holsters for the XC1. As long as Surefire maintains the exterior dimensions of the light through the inevitable generational changes, that light is going to be around for quite a while. And the complaints that some people have today (like the lack of a grip switch) will likely be remedied in future advancements. More holsters for guns equipped with the XC1--including retention holsters--would be a welcome addition to the market.
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    I'm still a fan of the AA...I like having the sweat guard though. Ease in reholstering.

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    I agree with this. I bought an XC1 but don't have a holster I like to use with it.


    Quote Originally Posted by LawDog View Post
    Holsters for the XC1

    A few months back, I went shopping for a holster intended for a war belt (meaning it has to have some real retention) for a G19/17/34 (I use all of the above) with an XC1 light. I found only one option: the Safariland 6354DO ALS. I love the holster. It's awesome. But it's actually more than what I needed. Since most holsters for lighted guns place the retention on the light, and most holsters are made for the X300/TLR1 lights, there is a shortage of holsters for the XC1. As long as Surefire maintains the exterior dimensions of the light through the inevitable generational changes, that light is going to be around for quite a while. And the complaints that some people have today (like the lack of a grip switch) will likely be remedied in future advancements. More holsters for guns equipped with the XC1--including retention holsters--would be a welcome addition to the market.

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    IWB appendix with an open bottom so i could have one holster for my 19 and 34.Unless an open bottom compromises the holsters rigidity or causes the front sight to hang up on the draw.I have used older open holsters with slides that extend past ,but never with suppressor hight sights.

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    Still love my AA that I picked up from SI a couple years back. What I’m currently missing is a retention holster on my warbelt that will accommodate my RMR. So when warbelt is in use when doing walks in the woods I have to switch to one of my non RMR Glocks.
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    CZ-75 holsters, both old-school and newer versions like the SP-01 and the PO-7 Duty.
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    +1 on the CZ-75, not much out there for it.

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