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    Recommendation for a LH holster

    Only catch is that I need it to fit my Glock with a light/laser on it. Ideally, It'd be more universal than fitted, so I could possibly use it with my Sig(s) as well, but I'm not picky. Any have any recommendations?
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    Quote Originally Posted by MainelyGlock View Post
    Only catch is that I need it to fit my Glock with a light/laser on it. Ideally, It'd be more universal than fitted, so I could possibly use it with my Sig(s) as well, but I'm not picky. Any have any recommendations?
    Do you already have a laser for the Glock?
    If not Lazermax has one that is inside the gun so you can use any glock holster with it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AAriondo View Post
    Do you already have a laser for the Glock?
    If not Lazermax has one that is inside the gun so you can use any glock holster with it.
    Yeah, I have a laser/light combo that attaches to my rail. I've tried the Lasermax, but I'm not a huge fan. My first one failed out on me, and after practically having to kill someone to get a replacement the lens got very dirty, very fast. For $350, it's not very reliable at all. I'd rather have a Viridian X5L, which is next on my list.
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    Very Nice
    Carrying isn't suppossed to feel comfortable...Its supposed to feel safe.

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    The best way to get what your looking for is to have it made.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kemo View Post
    The best way to get what your looking for is to have it made.
    Thought about it, but I need something a little more sturdy than a leather/suede holster can offer. I'd like to find a Fobus/Serpa type of holster. Unless you know of someone who can make those? That sounds like it'd be a lot of work
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