Comp-Tac Introduces Light-Mounted Pistol Holster

posted on November 23, 2016
Comp-Tac's new L Line of holsters is designed to work with multiple guns and light attachments, allowing users to purchase just one holster for a range of handguns and firearm-mounted light options.

"Lights and lasers are becoming a common accessory with all different types of firearm users," said Gregg Garrett, president and owner of Comp-Tac. "Concealed carry permit holders, general shooters and even competitive shooters are adding optics, lasers and lights to their firearms. Comp-Tac's L Line serves these customers by offering a holster that is comfortable to wear and holds a variety of light bearing firearms."

The line comes in two models: the L1 and the L2. The L1 is compatible with the Smith & Wesson M&P 9, 40 and 45 in all barrel lengths. It is also compatible with the Walther PPQ and PPQ M2 in 9 mm and .40 S&W in all barrel lengths. The L2 holster fits the SIG Sauer P250 and P320 in 9 mm, .40 S&W and .45 ACP in both compact and full sizes. The L2 also fits the Springfield Armory XDM, XD Tactical and XD Mod.2 in 9 mm, .40 S&W and .45 ACP in all barrel lengths.

Both the L1 and L2 holsters are compatible with the SureFire XC-1, Crimson Trace 201 and 206, TruGlo Micro Tac and the LaserMax Micro. The holsters may work with other medium-size firearm lights with dimensions no greater than 1.1 inches wide, 0.75 inch tall and 2.4 inches long.

Other features of the L Line include three sets of mounting clips that allow for IWB, OWB and offset body carry. The holsters feature an all-Kydex construction for durability and reholstering capability and a tall sight channel to accommodate sights up to half an inch tall. The holster is also cut to allow clearance for most slide-mounted red dot optics.

The Comp-Tac L Line light-bearing holsters retail at a suggested price of $79.99.


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