By Nick Leghorn
It was about two weeks before the 2015 Texas Firearms Festival when I made my final decision which gun I would be carrying all weekend. Last year I had rolled with a FNS-9 Longslide, but this year I wanted something a little different. I’ve had a SIG SAUER P226 Mk25 with a Streamlight TLR-1 as my nightstand gun for years, but it was time to take it out for a spin. There was just one problem: I didn’t have a holster for it. Enter Bravo Concealment, a Texas-based holster company who shipped me a custom holster for my gun with time to spare . . .
That’s always the problem with lights on guns: finding holsters that fit can be a pain in the butt. The last holster I had for this gun was absolutely awful — it didn’t actually fit the gun and light combo, and the word “retention” wasn’t in its vocabulary. I had tried to look for a fitting replacement, but the only holsters I could find that fit the bill were either hugely expensive or simply didn’t work. This was probably compounded by the fact that I really wanted …Read the Rest
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