Recommended Holster Makers For Handguns With Sure Fire Weapon Lights

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Bianchi International


100 Calle Cortez

3120 E. Mission Blvd.

Temecula, CA 92590

Ontario, CA 91761

(800) 477-8545

(800) 347-1200

Blade Tech

3060 S.O. 96th St.


Tacoma, WA 98409

P.O. Box 8422

(253) 581-4347

Spokane, WA 99203

(509) 534-6113

Eagle Industries

400 Biltmore Dr. #530

Special Operations Equipment

Fenton, MO 63026

234 v2 South Coast Highway

(636) 343-7547

Oceanside, CA 92054

(760) 722-0004

Handguns equipped with SureFire WeaponLights require special holsters. Several manufacturers offer suitable holsters, the vast majority of which are of the tactical thigh holster genre. The most popular in the SWAT community is the thigh rig made by Safariland. The Safariland holster features a quick-access, thumb-operated safety snap to retain the handgun. The only downside to the Safariland rig is that it is not currently available to fit all models of SureFire handgun WeaponLights.

Bianchi International's new Cobra system is a modular style holster that can be configured to fit different handgun shapes with a Velcro adjustable closure. The Bianchi holster is based on the California-based company's highly successful M9 military holster. The main advantage of the Bianchi rig is that it can be configured to fit most handguns equipped with SureFire WeaponLight systems.

Several holster companies offer custom made rigs to fit handguns fitted with SureFire WeaponLight. We have used and can recommend holsters from Blade Tech, Special Operations Equipment and Skunkworks.

Surefire Military Issue Weapons Lights

Safariland's tactical thigh holster is popular with special police units, such as this K9 officer.

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