Wednesday, February 11, 2015

Holsters for Guns with Surefire Light

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Dara Holsters has just teamed up with the guys at Surefire® and now offers their full line of handgun weapon lights. You can now order an inside the waistband outside the waistband, or duty holster for your weapon and Surefire® light attachment. Below are pictures of what the holsters will look like, as well as some specs.


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holster for gun with surefire light, holster for x300, holster for x300u, holster for x300 ultra, holster for x300v light, holster for x400 ultra

holster for gun with surefire light, holster for x300, holster for x300u, holster for x300 ultra, holster for x300v light, holster for x400 ultra

The top holster is a custom IWB Holster in the standard .093" Black Kydex material. It has a 7.5° forward cant, and the standard adjustable Military grade rubber retention system that comes with all holsters. The second holster is a custom IWB Holster made with .093" Coyote Brown Kydex. It also has a 7.5° forward cant, as well as a J Hook attachment. The J Hook goes behind the belt and hooks up underneath it. This is the most concealable of belt attachments. The third holster is a custom IWB Holster with a straight draw, as well as a shirt tuck option. This give you the ability to tuck your shirt in around your holster for the ultimate concealability.

These holsters all have lights of the same size as most of the Surefire® lights. The light attachment options being offered by Dara Holsters are the X200, X300, X300 Ultra, X400, X400 Ultra, and the brand new X300 V. For more information on the X300V visit Surefire.com.

For holsters like the ones above, the guys at Dara Holsters recommend getting a mouth flare. This is no extra charge, all it is is a flare at the mouth of your holster to help guide your weapon in upon re-holstering. The flare is not necessarily needed, and does not cause any extra bulk, however it makes it easier and quicker to put your weapon back.

To start building your new custom holster, visit DaraHolsters.com.

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