Model 308 Hand-Held Flashlight Holder

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The 308 Hand-Held Flashlight Holder fully encases and protects select hand-held lights. Lights are secured with a flap style closure. The 308 is also available with a tactical version that can be mounted to two-hole mounting points. Fits all 2.25 in. (58 mm) duty belts. Fits INOVA T3 flashlight.

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Model 308 Hand-Held Flashlight Holder,

The 308 Hand-Held Flashlight Holder fully encases and protects select hand-held lights. Lights are secured with a flap style closure. The 308 is also available with a tactical version that can be mounted to two-hole mounting points. Fits all 2.25 in. (58 mm) duty belts. Fits INOVA T3 flashlight.

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$31.00 - $36.00
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Model 308 Hand-Held Flashlight Holder is rated 4.5 out of 5 by 2.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Good pouch It's a good looking pouch but fits my inova T3 a little bit tight, if I don't put it in lockout mode it might turn on in the pouch and discharge the batteries. Hope it gets solved once the leather breaks in, it's kind of frustrating have to alternate the end cap of the flashlight every time you need to use it. Just a heads up.
Date published: 2015-09-25
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Also fits Surefire 6P This is a snug-fitting unit, but no amount of pushing the flashlight down into it or pressure applied to the bottom end will depress the end-cap enough to turn it on, so it's a safe carry. The flap may accommodate a flashlight head about a quarter-inch longer than the Surefire one, and there is probably three-fourths of an inch of empty space in the bottom when the 6P is installed. Extraction requires a firm two-fingered hold and a bit of a yank, as there is a fair amount of friction, and a corresponding zip sound when it comes free, so I recommend this for a secondary light source only. The snap is covered thoughtfully on the inside, so no worries about scratching your flashlight, though the flap end of it does rattle when left open, and it closes with a very positive click. So, if stealth is required, stick with your weapon-mounted light and use this for area illumination.
Date published: 2016-01-29
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