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Need a Glock 19 holster for light bearing TLR4

Discussion in 'Handguns: Accessories, Holsters, and Optics' started by george burns, Jan 28, 2016.

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  1. george burns

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    The only place I have found a Paddle holster that holds a TLR4 is KT holsters. They refuse to take a phone call, I tried communicating with emails but the guy I am dealing with, is not giving me the info I require.
    Does anyone know who makes holsters for light bearing weapons?
    Thanks in advance
     
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    Is that what you really want, a paddle holster for mounted light gun? It's typically not concealable, and not secure enough for LE or open carry. What would be the use?

    In any case...

    Comp-Tac http://www.comp-tac.com/holsters-fo...ternational-holster-with-light-or-laser-10457

    Blade-Tech http://shop.blade-tech.com/index.php?cPath=1_23_25&osCsid=eagcken21t9lfbov1v7i1rk2p5#.Vqr-UsdllsM

    Safariland http://www.safariland.com/holsters-and-gear/holsters/

    FYI, there are bunches and bunches of light capable holsters that are not paddle holsters.
     
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    The reason I use mostly Paddle holsters is my back is bad, and belts dig into my disks. I have found after 4 decades of carrying, that either a shoulder rig, or a paddle is really the best way for me, although I do have several holsters that fit the 19 with either cuts or Krydex brackets, the Paddle causes me far less pain. I can conceal a tlr 4, on a Glock 19 or 30 S, with relative ease. I sometimes run a separate belt just for the holster, "not even using the belt loops. I also have several types and widths of gun belts, from a less firm type to a belt with fiberglass or some sort of composite in it.
    You can't even bend that one slightly. I have tried everything, and at night I just don't want to leave the gun on the nightstand out of a holster.
    Waking up out of a dead sleep and grabbing for a glock in the dark, is not ever a great idea. I do also use a front NS on all my handguns. It's more for safety sake than anything else, because during the day, it's easy enough to take the lights and lasers off the rail. When you hit your mid 60's it's far better to have the laser/light combo on the gun you plan on grabbing if something goes bump in the night.
    I also keep a second pistol with a revolver like trigger and NS on it near the main one, with a second mag.
    My bedroom is set up so that you can't turn on a light after I go to bed and lock the door. So anyone breaking in, would give me the few extra seconds to prepare myself and the wife, for whatever was attempting to enter, along with several Tac lights around the house. I just picked up an 850 Lumen light with strobe, and that will blind anyone in a dark room.
     
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    Thanks guys, that first one was perfect but would run about $150.00 for what I need, The second one was perfect but no paddle, I will call them and ask if they could make one up, keep em coming if anyone else knows someone.
     
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    Custom Carry Concepts Versa Clip may work for you http://www.customcarryconcepts.com/VersaClip_p_16.html

    They don't show a light capable version, but the holster is pretty inexpensive, and they do offer custom work.

    For nightstand use, maybe something like the Fricke Zacchaeus would work? I don't know if it is compatible with a mounted light though.

    http://dalefrickeholsters.com/product/zacchaeus-concealment-holster/
     
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    One consideration ~ they have an OWB model also & a good guarantee :eek:

    Still not sure? Take our 30 day challenge: Try our holster. If you don't feel like it's worth every penny, send it back within 30 days and we'll refund your payment. We'll take the risk.

    Sounds interesting.....
     
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    I found a few more, but KT is one of the few that are right around the $100.00 range, where theirs are way up there near 2-3 hundred. I just wish I could get someone on the phone at KT, they refuse to take a call.
     
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    Thanks JTQ, I could use one of those.
     
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