Wednesday, December 30, 2020
Sunday, December 27, 2020
Our IWB weapon light indexing holsters are made with 0.080" thick Kydex or Holstex. They are not specific to any particular gun, so they can be used with multiple guns that share the same light. They are designed to fully encompass a Glock 17 size gun, but are open ended to work with longer guns or compensators.
Saturday, December 26, 2020
Thursday, December 10, 2020
Welcome to the RFV Tactical BLOG!
RFV Tactical (Ready For Violence) makes inside the waistband (IWB) and outside the waistband (OWB) holsters that index on popular fullsize weapon mounted lights rather than the gun itself so that the holster can be used with multiple guns that share the same light. We also make minimalist magazine carriers that are universal fit (both double stack and single stack), self tensioning, ambidextrous, cant adjustable, and reversible for IWB or OWB. RFV Tactical has been making holsters for over 5 years (initially only for personal use and for friends and family) and is now specializing in this latest evolution of holster and mag carrier design. Custom work for gun specific holsters (with or without weapon mounted lights), knife sheaths, or other special projects is also available.
We'll use this blog page to give more detail about our products, share our philosophies about why we make them the way we do, and post some answers to frequently asked questions. We'll also do an occasional review on other products like the popular weapon mounted lights that we make our holsters for.
"Always be Ready For Violence to happen!"
Here is a CZ P-09 that we just did a grip chop to P-07 size with our concealed carry texture. This one was a little more difficult to do tha...
RFV Tactical makes kydex holsters that index on popular weapon mounted lights, so we thought it would be good to post our thoughts on all th...
The Surefire X300U-A/B weapon light is the standard by which all other lights are compared. The X300U is widely used by law enforcement and...
"Hey, what is that little round thing on the back of the holster?" We get asked this a LOT, so let's talk about it! That littl...