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    Well there she is slicked up. Just got it back from the smithy. He gave it some reliability treatment and added the rail.

    That is a novak aftermarket rail. A surefire x300 will be added soon. I wondered if anyone knows of holsters that would fit properly.

    I looked into a safariland 6004 model which i carried on duty for a while. I have not been able to get in touch with them by phone or e-mail however to confirm.

    I may have to get someone to make what im looking for (both a dropleg and belt holster).

    I figured someone here might have some suggestions. Guys, as always your opinions are valued and thanks in advance for any help!
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    You mite try Nick Matthews http://nm-holsters.com/. I had him make a IWB and am extremely pleased. His prices and turn around were both very nice.

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    Simply rugged holsters out of Prescott Az. Great product and great people to deal with.
    I have two and they are first rate American made.

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    I second the Simply Rugged holsters. I have one of theirs for my Ruger SP101 and don't have any complaints. Many of his holsters also have a set of straps ($15 extra) that will allow most of them to be worn as a pancake or IWB. I don't know if he could make one to fit the rail and light, but it wold not hurt to ask. If I baught a nice pistol and sent it to a smith for tune ups, I don't think I could put it in a kydex combat type holster.

    Once upon a time, I saw some complaints about his holsters on another forum, and he commented to send them back and it would be replaced.

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    A third for Simply Rugged. Great product, great service, great prices.

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    A fourth endorsement for Simply Rugged Holsters, they did a great job on the one they made for my Taurus Raging Bull. Quality craftsmanship at an affordable price.

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    I'm a fan of Safariland & Bianchi but I can't confirm or deny their fitment...

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    Are you looking for a holster with the light attached or without? If you want something to run with the light attached, the Safariland would be the way to go. They are the gold standard in drop-leg rigs.

    On the belt, it depends on leather or kydex, open or concealed?

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    Quote Originally Posted by SierraSix View Post
    Are you looking for a holster with the light attached or without? If you want something to run with the light attached, the Safariland would be the way to go. They are the gold standard in drop-leg rigs.

    On the belt, it depends on leather or kydex, open or concealed?
    Id like a drop leg and a OWB holster sierra. This one wont get carried as much now because it will be wearing a surefire x300. Although in the winter i will continue to carry this one. The light will be attached so definitely a light bearing holster option. Im a fan of kydex.
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    Definitely look at the Safariland rig for a railed 1911 then.

    They have a new version out now called the QLS or something like that. It's a quick detach rig that you can mount on thigh or on belt.

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