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anyone conceal glock 19 with a light on it

Discussion in 'Carry Issues' started by kave, Jan 21, 2013.

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  1. kave

    kave

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    hey guys. wandering about adding a streamlight to a glock 19. raven holsters work great iwb for my kahr pm9, but i feel much more better with my glock. raven has a quick ship holster for the glock 19 with a streamlight for iwb carry. anyone use this set up or is it too much to conceal iwb. thanks
     
  2. Bill Lumberg

    Bill Lumberg BTF Inventor

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    Just about zero applicability for ccw, but if you feel compelled to carry a mounted light in your waistband for some reason, raven isn't bad.
     

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  3. Dreamchaser

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    For my G19 I have the insight M3X and use the Fobus M3 holster. Allows you to carry the M3X next to your spare mag for night time use if needed.

    I went this route over looking for a gun/light specific holster. With so many light options these days, a simple light change, and that holster no longer works.

    Insight has many choices in the M series lights, lasers, LED, etc...

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  4. Bill Lumberg

    Bill Lumberg BTF Inventor

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    Do they even still make M3X's? Note that holsters that accommodate M3 lights do not necessarily also accommodate an M3X. If you want current technology, look at the TLR-1. Though good for home defense, there's little reason for a mounted light for ccw. That said, a mounted light is just that. Don't fool yourself and think that, in a life or death situation, you will be mounting your light in situ.
     
  5. 4Rules

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  6. Dreamchaser

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    Yes they do.

    http://www.lapolicegear.com/inteflli.html

    The M3 holster may fit other insight lights, it appears they really haven't changed the rail attatchment design or the rocker switch on the back.
    Wish I knew people close to me with a wide variety of lights to test this.

    Insight appears to be the only light that has an optional holster. Uncle mikes, Fobus, Blackhawk all support the Insight M series

    Now, Blackhawk makes a dual rail holster made for the M series light but it may accomodate a wider variety of lights.

    http://www.opsgear.com/index/page/p...n-Fiber+Dual+Rail+Accessory+Platform+-+Paddle
     
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  7. 4Rules

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  8. Dreamchaser

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    Yes the M3X has slightly larger dimensions than the M3,
    Which points out my reasoning on giong with the light holster option over a gun/light specific holster. A simple light change can render an expensive holster useless.

    M3
    Dimensions: 3.4" L x 1.57" W x 1.52" H

    M3X
    Dimensions: 3.4”L x 1.6”W x 1.6”H
     
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  9. Dreamchaser

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  10. Reaver2218

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    nah I carry my 19 @3 to 4 oclock position with my extra mag @8 to 9oclock position and a flashlight in my front pocket
     
  11. Beeman

    Beeman NRA MEMBER

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    I have a Comp Tac C-tac holster for the G19&TLR-1. I carry this combo occasionally during the summer at night. I just picked up and Aker paddle holster for my P226&TLR-1 this week. So far I am pleased with both holsters. If you can take some night time defensive shooting courses.
     
  12. cowboy1964

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    A handheld light is much more practical, for many reasons. My 4Sevens light clips to the bottom of my Safariland 123 horizontal mag carrier. It's a much better (brighter and wider cone) light than any weapon mounted light too.
     
    Last edited: Jan 26, 2013
  13. arnettjd10

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    for the past week i have been carrying a Glock 19 with a TLR-1 attached in a Ravens Concealment holster. i carry it OWB and just wear a light jacket and it conceals great! and its very comfortable.