Looking for an IWB Single Mag/Flashlight Holster.

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    Looking for an IWB Single Mag/Flashlight Holster.

    Any recommendations? I'd like to order one in Sharkskin to carry an extra mag for my G29 and my SureFire Backup flashlight.


    I'd like to hear from anyone who EDC's this type of setup (single mag, flashlight) IWB or OWB. Pics would be ftw

    Thanks,

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    OWB yes, IWB.. that is alot and would not be very comfortable in my opinion.

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    try this one http://www.usgalco.com/HolsterPG3.as...D=2009&GunID=3
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    Quote Originally Posted by phantom1984 View Post
    That one is actually an OWB rig, well paddle OWB. I don't see anyone else jumping in and I'm not aware of any forum sponsors that actually do IWB flashlight carriers, so I hope I'm not stepping on any toes. I do make them however, if your interested give me a shout and I can give you the in's and out's of them.

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    You can also call or email our custom requirements on our contact page. We can do that no problem.
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    I tried an IWB mag pouch...very painful!
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    Blade-Tech has some options for a magazine and flashlight combo holter/pouch (OWB though).

    Have never seen an IWB version due to bulk and size and the ability to "reholster" the flashlight easily and safely... and not have it possibly break or turn on by itself?

    http://www.blade-tech.com/Combo-Mag-Pouch-c-282.html
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    The best combo setup I've found is by Brommeland...

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    I have two one for a Glock and one for an M&P, made by TT Gunleather. They are of the snap on the belt variety. Holds one magazine and a 1" diameter flashlight, such as a surefire G2. If you're interested I'll try to post pics.
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    remora makes good products, i have their holster, good stuff. but tehy do offer a double mag pouch and one can be used for a knife or flashlight....i have not used that specific product but im sure its good, its osmething i wanna purchase.

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