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Raven Concealment flashlight holsters, or others

Discussion in 'Carry Issues' started by RevToTheRedline, Oct 28, 2011.

  1. RevToTheRedline


    Aug 24, 2011
    I'm looking for a better solution for my EDC Surefire LX2. Currently I use a modified Surefire nylon velcro flap belt holster, problem is its extremely slow draw, often times the clip gets stuck up in the sides of the pouch when removing it..

    I'm looking at this company called Raven Concealment I just discovered them.. They make a custom fit Kydex line of light holsters, and the LX2 is on the drop down menu.. Surefire uses some pretty darn good hard anodizing on their lights, and while I'm a bit of a freak when it comes to keeping my stuff looking the best I can, how do you feel it will if anything affect the finish?

    Wonder what you GT folks think of it. Maybe someone has another option for quick draw secure light carry, that is low profile.. There are a few good popular options out there but the Surefire hard holster is just too big for a light holster, carries 3 batteries as well, but the LX2 is only 2 x CR123
  2. Look at Aker Leather or Safariland as well

    Blade-Tech is another
    Last edited: Oct 29, 2011

  3. Lord

    Lord Senior Member

    Jun 28, 2006
    San Antonio, Texas
    Check crown holsters too. got mine there. WAY less wait time and costs about half. Very nice holster too, and when I had questions, the owner called me directly.
  4. Fuerte

    Fuerte Cigar?

    Apr 29, 2005
    The Woodlands, TX
    Perhaps a bit off topic, but have you considered another EDC flashlight? I don't like carrying a flashlight on my belt. I keep a spare magazine and a flashlight in my pockets. I have carried a LumaPower Incendio V3 (or its predecessors) in my front pocket every day for years. I have accumulated many EDC flashlights (including Surefires) over the years, but the Incendio works best for me. Relatively small, type III anodized finish, easy to get to in the pocket (or clipped to a pocket) and up to 350 lumens too! Just a thought...
    Last edited: Nov 1, 2011