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Can someone point me to somewhere I can get a OWB kydex holster for a Glock 17M w/weapon light.

I've wasted $100 on one thus far to find it wouldn't work w/my 17M- or my x200, resulting in me already purchasing a x300. So before I waste more $, I'm sure someone here knows. Hopefully someone has created molds for a 17M/gen 5 17.
 
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Vedder or Bravo Concealment.
 
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+1 for Bravo Concealment. Excellent quality. Fast shipping. And reasonable prices.
 
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I second Vedder!
 
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You could try LAG Tactical. Many options, and their work is top notch.


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I'll highly recommend the safariland ALS line of holsters.

https://holsterops.com/collect...-7376-7377-7378-7379


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I'll highly recommend the safariland ALS line of holsters.


I'm a big fan of those holsters as well, but they're not really concealment holsters. Too bulky. They're designed more for open carry/plainclothes use.
 
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I'll highly recommend the safariland ALS line of holsters.


I'm a big fan of those holsters as well, but they're not really concealment holsters. Too bulky. They're designed more for open carry/plainclothes use.

Yes, have one on a battle belt, works great when the situation calls for it but it doesn't go well with a suit. I'll check out some of the suggestions, thanks.
 
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Try Squared Away Customs in New Hampshire. Great small business, veteran owned and he gives veterans discounts. Mark, the owner is a great guy and has lots of options on his 'holster Finder" page.
https://www.squaredawaycustoms.com/


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I'll highly recommend the safariland ALS line of holsters.


I'm a big fan of those holsters as well, but they're not really concealment holsters. Too bulky. They're designed more for open carry/plainclothes use.


I've read his post three times. I actually read it twice before I posted to make sure it wasn't limited to concealment holsters only.

Thread title says "looking for a kydex holster for a Gen5 Glock".

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Can someone point me to somewhere I can get a OWB kydex holster for a Glock 17M w/weapon light.

I've wasted $100 on one thus far to find it wouldn't work w/my 17M- or my x200, resulting in me already purchasing a x300. So before I waste more $, I'm sure someone here knows. Hopefully someone has created molds for a 17M/gen 5 17.


Nowhere does it state concealment. The only requirements are kydex, OWB and for a Gen5 17 with light.


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Easy, Jerry. I wasn't saying you are wrong. I was just adding that extra bit of detail, for folks who didn't know.

The fact is, I've known several people who bought ALS holsters expecting to use them for concealed carry, and been sorely disappointed.

Folks just don't realize that they're not concealment holsters, especially when ordering online. In addition, Safariland lists them on their website under the "Concealable" category, which is misleading. So I try to add a disclaimer like that anytime the ALS holsters are brought up in discussion, to hopefully save some folks the hassle/expense of buying an unsuitable holster, unless they're specifically asking about a range/open carry holster.

But you're correct that the OP didn't specify until 10 posts in (and after your post) that he was wanting something to conceal under a suit. Which is an important extra bit of info, to be sure.

And for open carry purposes, the ALS holsters are superb.
 
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Fair enough.


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NSR TACTICAL, they are good holsters the wait is about 8 weeks, but good stuff. They are having a 20% off sale on the entire website, with a chance to win a training class and a case of ammo with purchase.

Check them out:

https://www.nsrtactical.com/co...om-cth-l-owb-holster
 
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https://www.bravoconcealment.c...iwb-torsion-holsters

Holds gun in tight, comfortable, 30 day money-back guarantee.


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Raven Concealment. The best IMHO..
 
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Ozarks Holster Co. I had an IWB model for a G19 from him and it was very good.

The owner is a member here:

Ozarks Holsters


 
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Try http://www.blackpointtactical.com, give them a call.


I like the OWB I have from them for my G43, you need to measure the belt you will be wearing and buy the one with the appropriate sized loops for your belt.



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