Level Ⅲ Duty Holster for Glock 17 with Streamlight TLR-1, TLR-7, M5, Drop Leg Light Bearing Holster

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Our Custom flashlight bearing holster is designed to be perfectly compatible with G17 G22 G31 G17C gen1-5. And we have tested that our holster can fit for weapon light: Streamlight TLR-1/TLR-7/M5, SureFire X300, Olight Baldr Rl Mini 600.
This unique belt holster gives diverse carry angles, allowing the user to adjust their cant in ±30 degrees (with the Allen Key included). We know everyone has their personal preference when it comes to carrying position, so we make it adjustable!
This drop leg holster is designed with flexible ride height, allowing you to position your holster according to your shooting action. The drop leg configuration frees up space on your duty belt, gives you the easiest access to your firearm, and comes with mounting plates to mount additional accessories on both sides of the holster.
With its thumb-activated retention, the Light-Bearing Duty Holster keeps your firearm at the ready while maintaining total security. The push-button and thumb swipe lever are operated with a single motion of the thumb, resulting in a fluid, natural draw motion, and a perfect grip every time. Fits belts up to 2.5 inches wide and is perfect for on-duty, off-duty, or plain clothes use.
This polymer holster is made of high standard polymer that is waterproof and durable, almost no maintenance required, adapts to every bad environment. The Light bearing Sport Holster is an Outside the Waistband Holster designed for the quickest draw possible, allowing for the fastest target acquisition. This holster is ideal for range time, IDPA, or other competitive shooting matches.



It fits my weapon very well. It has a retention device that is very intuitively placed. The retention release features a raised "fingerprint" so that you can be certain your finger is properly placed without looking. The holster's finish is a matte black to eliminate shine. The swivel is very easy to operate especially when clipped onto a belt and allows a "custom" carry configuration and can make it more comfortable when seated or in a vehicle. Tough material and seems impervious to weather. The only issue I can see, has both good and bad aspects and is that there is an offset and the weapon rides a little over an inch from the body. That's good to allow for a quick and positive grip of the weapon while it's holstered (the thumb easily fits between the weapon and torso) and to protect weapons finish from sweat. The bad is that it is more of an everyday carry type of holster rather than a concealment holster. But then again a full sized .40 is a bit big for concealment. For the price you simply can't go wrong.

Thomas Goodier
Reviewed in the United States on April 22

I can tell you that I really like what I see so far. It's designed in such a manner that it allows for a very smooth to draw and usually reinsertion of your weapon. The single retention system works perfectly for me. I like a setup that allows me one simple, natural motion of my hand or finger that allows the weapon to be pulled rapidly. The single latch is found immediately on the side of the holster right with the index finger can get at it. A simple depression of a lever and your weapon is out and ready to go. on the flip side reinsertion is a simple matter of dropping the weapon back in the holster until you hear a reassuring "click" sound indicating that the weapon is back in place and held firmly.
The material appears to be solid, durable yet flexible incomparable two models made by their companies and sell for a higher price.
I've begun to do a series of practice draws to become familiar with emotion required to pull this weapon and so far it seems as natural as anything else. After a few simple practice draws I can easily find the weapon draw it put it back in place without looking. To me that's reassuring because I know that once muscle memory sets in it'll be ingrained in my mind and I won't have to think about it God forbid should the time ever come.
Again, it's still early in the scheme of things but so far so good. I encourage anyone looking for quality holster at an affordable price to consider this one.

Anthony K Busano
Reviewed in the United States on March 5

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