Lasersightpro has just added a wider collection of tactical holsters to their already growing collection of laser holsters that fit pistols, Glock 22 guns, and various revolvers with laser sights and tactical accessories attached. Many gun owners with laser sights and tactical rail-mounted lights wish to carry their weapons on belts or concealed, and may not be to carry with their rail gun gadget if they don’t have the right holster that will accommodate the accessory. For this very purpose, Laser Sight Pro is gathering information and details on all of the holsters out there from the top holster makers and making them available for purchasing on an easy-to-use fitting chart.
Laser sights are becoming more popular every year, and Glock 22 owners are in need of better holsters to accommodate their accessories. A few years back holsters that would fit laser sights were nearly impossible to find unless a custom holster was made. Glock 22 owners would purchase laser sights for their weapons, and then they wouldn’t be able to attach them when carrying their weapons in their holster. Custom holsters can be very costly and take a while to get.
Within the last year or so, however, gun holster manufacturers have finally opened their eyes to the growing trend of laser sights and other rail accessories. They are making holsters that allow pistols with lasers attached to fit in the holsters securely. Some of the top manufacturers include SpringTac Holsters, Pro-Tech, Bulldog, BlackHawk, Desantis, Viridian Tacloc, and Fobus. Laser Sight Pro recently added new Fobus Tactical Holsters that will fit the gun:Glock 22. However, there are also other universal holsters that fit most pistols and revolvers, including SpringTac’s patent pending clamshell leather holsters. The new firearms training tactical holster made by Fobus have a unique rotating housing that locks into dozens of positions, and they’re as a belt for standard or duty, as well as a simple paddle holster.
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