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Fobus Paddle Tactical Speed Holster - Glock 17,22,31 holds Handgun with Laser or Light, Ruger 345 holds Handgun with Laser or Light GLT17
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does not fit PX4

by Legacy Reviewer, from United States, WA Written on August 27, 2013
This was my first paddle holster and (compared to fobus belt holsters, which are very uncomfortable, I believe) found it to be very, very, comfortable and secure. I do not have a problem with the modified draw stroke to suit the weapon light. The only drawback would be concealability, since from what I can tell all fobus ride quite far out from the waistband, which causes a comfort problem when without the support of a very rigid paddle like this one. Great for open carry environments. Like I said, it does not fit the PX4 as advertised, but fits my M&P .40 perfectly.
Pros: comfort, usability
Cons: does not fit PX4, not concealable ...
Would recommend: Yes
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Fobus Tactical Speed Holster

by Legacy Reviewer, from United States, WA Written on August 8, 2013
Great holster, great price and great shipping...
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Decent holster for Glock 19 with flashlight

by Legacy Reviewer, Verified Owner from United States, OR Written on October 12, 2010
I like stuff from Fobus and have bought numerous holsters from them over the years. This design is okay, but you'd better get used to a different type of draw for this holster. I don't like that Fobus was cheap here and didn't offer their roto-tilt adjustment for the cant of the gun.
Pros: Quality Fobus polymer design, retains gun
Cons: Difficult draw, non-adjustable cant...
Would recommend: Yes
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Fits SR-9+Laser

by Legacy Reviewer, Verified Owner from United States, IL Written on January 1, 2010
I own several Fobus products and find them very durable and a great value.
Pros: Also fits and secures Ruger SR-9 with ArmaLaser....
Would recommend: Yes
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FOBUS paddle holster for Glock 22 w tac light (Streamlight TLR2)

by Legacy Reviewer, Written on December 2, 2009
As a Detective I need a holster that allows me to carry my Streamlight TLR2 (w/laser) on my Glock 22 while wearing plain clothes. These types of holsters never really existed before FOBUS made this affordable model. I like how quickly you can draw the weapon and reholster it one handed and that the weapon has a litte bit more retention from front gun grabs. As with any holster you need to safely practice drawing with this holster to aid in the muscle memory so when done under stres it comes natural, as this holster requires you to unsnap and draw towards the rear. But still a very fast drawing holster and I highly recommend this holster as an option that allows you to carry a tac light mounted.
Pros: allows use of tac light/laser with plain clothes, easy to draw and reholster
Cons: none observed...
Would recommend: Yes
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Great Holster For the Beretta PX4 Fits!

by Legacy Reviewer, from United States, PA Written on January 14, 2008
Picked up my New PX4 at South Philly Gun and Archery and they recommended this model for it. I looked at the compact and I think that they said the GLT19 holster fit it, but the standard size px4 fit me perfectly, so I opted for this holster. Wanted to get the Roto model so I looked online for this one. very cool holster, just push down to unlock it and the weapon is ready to go!
Pros: Fits my PX 4 with the Streamlight Attached!
Cons: None that I can think of...
Would recommend: Yes
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Looks nice but drawing is another affair

by Legacy Reviewer, Verified Owner Written on November 9, 2007
I figured I'd give this a week or two just to see if it was something I was doing wrong, but no matter what I do I can't seem to draw my weapon, sometimes pulling entire holster off. No matter how good a holster looks if you can't draw your weapon its no good. The ONLY way I found to draw my weapon from this holster was to lift the plastic out from the trigger guard then drawing was possible. This however is almost impossible to do smoothly. Whoever designed this holster did not do there homework.
Pros: It holds gun securely
Cons: Drawing your weapon quickly is impossible...
Would recommend: No
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by Legacy Reviewer, Verified Owner from United States, AZ Written on August 14, 2007
If you are looking for an off-duty concealment tactical holster, the Fobus tactical holster is a good choice. Here's the deal: The Fobus tactical holster continues the tradition of Fobus high quality found in all Fobus products. I recently purchased the GLT-17 for my Glock 22 with M-3 tac. light. The holster comfortably accommodates my gun and is easy to draw and re-secure. Weapon retention is fairly minimal as with all fobus holsters but considering it is a concealment paddle holster, the retention level is acceptable----although more retention would be better. The holster looks good, is well constructed, and Optics Planet had the best price----as much as $20.00 less than other stores.

Heres' the downside: The holster allows the tactical light lens to turn while wearing the holstered gun-----which allows the light to turn out of focus. I always keep my lens on a tight focus but after drawing my gun after being holsterd for an hour or two, the focus is turned to a completely wide setting. The other drawback about this holster is that it is a horizontal draw (does not draw straight up like a typical duty holster). Although the horizontal drawing of your gun works well for this holster (smooth and easy to use) it is a departure from the muscle-memory top-draw style found in most duty holsters and therefore may require the user to pause (if even for a split second) and think about which way to draw the gun. In a critical stress situation, one's off-duty holster sh...
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