Comp-Tac Victory Gear, a leading manufacturer of quality holsters and holster accessories, is introducing the new L Line holster just in time for their Black Friday Sale. The L Line is a modular holster that fits multiple guns with various lights attached. Compatible lights include Surefire XC-1, Crimson Trace 201/206, Truglo Micro-Tac and Lasermax Micro. Use promotion code THANKS16 to receive 15% off all Comp-Tac products November 18th-28th.
This L Line holster will accommodate a variety of “medium” size lights to help fill most customers’ wants and needs. Holster may work with additional lights with dimensions no greater than: 1.1″ wide, .75″ tall and 2.4″ long.
L Line Holster Features:
• Modular Design Allows One Holster to be Used with Multiple Firearms and Lights, Saving Money
• Three Sets of Mounting Clips Allow Multiple Carry Options: Inside the Waistband, Outside the Waistband, Offset to Tilt Away from the Body
• All Kydex Construction for Smooth Fast Draw and Easy Re-holster even when Worn IWB
• Open Ended to Allow Multiple Firearm Lengths or Threaded Barrel Use
• Tall Sight Channel- Holster Designed to Accommodate up to .5” Tall Front Sights
• Optics Ready- Designed to Accommodate Most Slide Mounted Red Dot Optic Sights
• Retention Adjustment Screw Allows User to Choose Retention Tightness
• Available in Right and Left Hand
The L Line retails for $79.99 and can be purchased direct from www.comp-tac.com. Additional makes and models will be available soon.
“Lights and lasers are becoming a common accessory with all different types of firearm users. Concealed carry permit holders, general shooters and even competitive shooters are adding optics, lasers and lights to their firearms. Comp-Tac’s L Line serves these customers by offering a holster that is comfortable to wear and holds a variety of light bearing firearms,” explained Comp-Tac’s President and Owner, Gregg Garrett.
About Comp-Tac Victory Gear, LLC
Comp-Tac Victory Gear, LLC combines experience in personal protection and the tactical applications combined with the love of pistol shooting competitions into every product they develop. Comp-Tac strives to deliver high value, quality solutions and improvements at the best price. With satisfaction a top priority, we ensure speed, quality and superior customer service to support your desire to take responsibility for personal safety, security and recreational firearm use.
No Glock fit???
I’d have to check it out but this sounds like an Uncle Mike’s ad. “Fit’s all pistols [poorly].”
See, this is the problem with lights on handguns: crummy holster choices.
Don’t get me wrong, I’m actually a big fan of weapon-mounted lights- for house guns.
An EDC on the other hand would be better served paired with a handheld light like so many of the daily Pocket Dumps show.
Sometimes, hopefully most of the time in fact, you just need a light – not the gun that goes with it.
This, so much this! Also, like it or not, a lot of us are either Kydex guys or leather guys. I’ve tried Kydex – hard and uncomfortable as hell, for me anyway. Horsehide – much more comfortable. That’s all there is to it. Nothing wrong with one kind or the other, if you can comfortably wear both, more power to you.
But the light probably needs to be separate, if for no other reason than you will almost always need just the light and not the light and the gun, and the other alternative is to carry 2 lights. Frankly some of those EDC pocket dumps are just waaay too heavy 🙂
Is it really that hard to carry both? You don’t have to carry one of those Mag-Lites that runs of four D-cell batteries…
You can get flashlight that weighs 1.6oz (plus one 123A battery, 2.15oz total), has brightness settings from 3 lumens to 210 lumens, glass breaks, a removable pocket clip, holster and is IPX-8 rated for like $50 and it will last though serious beatings for years on end.
Grab one of these and you’ve got reloads for both at 2.54oz additional weight (including the batteries):
As bLoving pointed out; holster choice is the only drawback here. I’m not sure why you wouldn’t carry both if you could get a holster that accepted your light. One is none. Two is one.
I have a Glock 22 and 19 with stream light attached. Paradigm made holsters for me and I am LH. Contact me if you are interested. They made them in Las Vegas. [email protected]