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    I don't have a light on my pistola. I am waiting to see if the TRL 7 fits. and if it does I will make a holster for it since it's going to be my new side job.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lucky_lefty View Post
    I don't have a light on my pistola. I am waiting to see if the TRL 7 fits. and if it does I will make a holster for it since it's going to be my new side job.
    copy, my mistake. I think I got confused in all the talk of different brands and lights.

    good luck on your new side job. I too am curious about the TLR 7, although I have historically not been a TLR light fan?
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    OK, I'm seriously thinking of getting a TLR7 for my 45c. That said, holsters are an issue. I know Milt Sparks won't make a VMII for a gun with a light, which is unfortunate. Has anyone had any luck finding a Milt Sparks VMII esque IWB holster for the 45c with a light?
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    Quote Originally Posted by HK12Step View Post
    •Mitch Rosen I’ve heard good things about but never owned one.
    I've had Mitch Rosen do my holsters for about 20 years now, and have always been pleased with the results. My new(ish) P2000 is currently riding in a 5JR (strong side OWB) which arrived a couple weeks ago, and I couldn't be happier. Previously I carried the P7M8 in the same model, and it has served well for years (I'll still put it on once in a while when the spirit moves me). Once broken-in they are extremely comfortable, fast and they last forever. For longer-barrelled pistols, his "Uncle Sal's Decision" IWB holsters are an excellent choice (eventually I'll probably get one for the P30L).

    Personally, I'd go OWB for the HK45c, which is compact enough to conceal well in that mode of carry; mostly I find the drawbacks of IWB outweigh the benefits unless you need to hide a larger pistol and need to either A) tuck the grip very close to the body or B) are concerned that the muzzle will protrude south of your cover garment—the HK45c is surprisingly concealable and will probably fit OWB without those issues.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Faustus View Post
    I've had Mitch Rosen do my holsters for about 20 years now, and have always been pleased with the results. My new(ish) P2000 is currently riding in a 5JR (strong side OWB) which arrived a couple weeks ago, and I couldn't be happier. Previously I carried the P7M8 in the same model, and it has served well for years (I'll still put it on once in a while when the spirit moves me). Once broken-in they are extremely comfortable, fast and they last forever. For longer-barrelled pistols, his "Uncle Sal's Decision" IWB holsters are an excellent choice (eventually I'll probably get one for the P30L).

    Personally, I'd go OWB for the HK45c, which is compact enough to conceal well in that mode of carry; mostly I find the drawbacks of IWB outweigh the benefits unless you need to hide a larger pistol and need to either A) tuck the grip very close to the body or B) are concerned that the muzzle will protrude south of your cover garment—the HK45c is surprisingly concealable and will probably fit OWB without those issues.

    Mitch Rosen does not appear to offer a holster style consistent with the VMII. It does not appear they offer holsters for handguns with a light mounted either, although they do allow for custom ordering.
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    I like Kydex and I like Black Rhino Concealment. Veteran owned, veteran operated . Very very comfortable.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TooSixy View Post
    I have a Milt Sparks Versa Max 2 IWB that fits my HK45C, P2000, and P30/P30L (sticking out a bit).
    I also have a VMII.


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    Quote Originally Posted by IMPD2079 View Post
    I like Kydex and I like Black Rhino Concealment. Veteran owned, veteran operated . Very very comfortable.
    I'm a fan of Kaluban Cloak for Kydex. I use their holster for OWB carry, and they offer light mount options. that said, I'll take a look at Black Rhino, sounds like a good company.

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    Dale Frickle kydex. Serious quality. https://dalefrickeholsters.com/produ...elite-holster/

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    there has to be someone who makes an IWB holster like the Milt Sparks VM2 that allows for a mounted light. I really looking at putting a TLR7 on my HK45C.
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