I just got a Kydex holster for my Glock 22 w/ TLR1. The holster looks great but it's extremely tight. To the point that I have to really force it in and put a death grip on it and crank it out. In fact on the way in, the holster around the barrel actually pushes it out of battery. I tried some Teflon lube, but that didn't help. I've currently got the gun and light wrapped in a wash cloth shoved down in there hoping to stretch the holster a little. It took a lot of work to make the cloth fit, but it went. I'm hoping that after a day or two it will have helped. Am I wasting my time? Should I just send it back? Was anyone else's holster that tight when they got it? This is an outside the waistband model much like the Raven Phantom Light model, but it is not a Raven brand (I don't want to name the company yet, not until I know whether the holster will break in a little, or the company has a chance to make it right). I had a coworker years ago who used to put Safariland plastic holster in the oven to loosen them up. He would warm them, then put the gun in them and work them to where he wanted them. But I don't know where he is anymore, I've never heard of anyone else doing it, and I'm not sure I like the idea of experimenting with that idea. Any ideas? Wanna kill these ads? We can help!