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    Looking for a holster to take a tac light on a Beretta Px4, while I wait on my permission slip to carry in Mississippi (don't get me started on "concealed in part" in Ms...) the only one I found that wasn't a PoS was this.

    http://www.fobusholster.com/products...R-3001-56.html

    What do you guys think of it? good/bad/the ugly I kindof like it from the look of it, but I've never had any experience with such a holster.

    I tried to find one from safariland, they have an ALS level 3 retention holster for it (was excited :celebrate), but it the tac light version of it DOESN'T TAKE PX4's

    Anyway, if anyone can suggest a holster for me I'd be greatful.

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    Contact the guys at Raven Concealment - themalabarfront.com

    They make kydex holsters for the weapon and mold them for your particular light and gun combo.

    I'd recommend you only buy 1 of 2 different weapon lights depending on your budget. First choice is the Surefire X300. Second is the Streamlight TLR-1.



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    I'm more leaning towards the TLR-1, I've used it and had it shined in my eyes and even though I wasn't too happy when it happened to me, it showed me how effective it could be.

    I may have to give 'em a shout

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    Johnny_B, check out www.purekustomholsters.com and see what they have to offer. He makes lots of different stuff and can usually tailor-make something that will fit your pistol. Contact him and see what he can do for you. It's always worth a shot!!
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    Safariland 6004.

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    I have the TLR and strongly recommend it!

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    Agreed, Sidearmor makes some good stuff, but the OP was about a Beretta Px4 with a light mounted on it. I don't use Sidearmor because they cater to a limited few handguns and mine isn't one of the privileged ones!!
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    40s-and-wfan wrote:
    Agreed, Sidearmor makes some good stuff, but the OP was about a Beretta Px4 with a light mounted on it. I don't use Sidearmor because they cater to a limited few handguns and mine isn't one of the privileged ones!!
    And I will say it again, check out Raven Concealment at themalabarfront.com

    They make everything so I'm pretty sure you will get just what you need.

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    I don't like IWB holsters!!
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    IWB, OWB they do both. Their holsters come set up for OWB, but they offer multiple attachement methods that make it attach however you want.

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    Thanks for the suggestions, but I think I found what I'm going to end up getting,



    Safariland 6285, with the optional sentry guard to make it a level II

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