Originally Posted by DaBigBR
The light is wider than the trigger guard, so the holster needs to be wider than the light. That necessarily creates a gap between the trigger guard and the holster. I have never used a WML holster where you could NOT get something like a finger or pen in there to the trigger, but alas I have never tried to pull the trigger in that situation.
Yeah...common sense. I don't think they will find what they are looking for if they stick with weapon mounted lights.