Friday, January 8, 2021

IWB/OWB Light Indexing Holsters - Known Fitment

Our full-size light indexing IWB/OWB holsters are designed to fully encompass a Glock 17 size gun, but are open ended to work with longer guns or compensators.  They will fit most handguns that are capable of accepting the popular full-size weapon mounted lights that we mold them for. 

The most popular full-size weapon mounted lights that are commonly used on handguns are:
Olight PL-Pro/PL-2 and Baldr Pro R
Streamlight TLR-1HL/TLR-1s
Nightstick TWM-30/TWM-850XL
Inforce WILD2
Surefire X300U-A/B
Modlite PL350

We make holsters that index on these lights specifically because the body of the light is wider than most handgun frames.  That extra width allows the holster to come in contact primarily with the light more so than the gun's frame or slide.  A benefit to our holster design is that typical holster wear is drastically reduced or completely eliminated on most guns. The holster may touch the controls on either side of the frame on some guns, but in most cases the slide doesn't come in contact with the holster.

Commander length 1911/2011

CZ P-07 with a compensator

Glock 19 with a compensator

The following list of guns have been verified to fit without any issues:

1911/2011 (with rail)
Beretta 92/96 (with rail)
CZ-USA P-07/P-09
CZ-USA P-01/SP-01/Shadow2
FN 509 (all variations)
Glock 19/17/34 (all variations)
Sig Sauer P320 (all variations)
    NOTE: the top edges of the gun's tall slide slightly contact the inside of the holster, but fitment is still good
S&W M&P (all variations)
Springfield XD/XD-M (all variations)
Walther PPQ and PDP (all variations)
    NOTE: the top edges of the PDP's wide slide slightly contact the inside of the holster, but fitment is still good

We will keep this list updated as we continue to test fit more guns.

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