A time-tested, budget-friendly & functional holster

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Markus
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A time-tested, budget-friendly & functional holster

In my video I show one of these rotating flashlight holsters that I use a lot on my job and outdoors as well. This one is sold by Nite Ize but there are other sellers out there. Those holsters are 100% robust, almost universal (but best for smaller lights with a clip), go with a molle system and help you with hands-free operation of your light.

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I had one years ago and gave it to a friend with a flashlight. Was always going to get another. Thanks for reminding me.

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Looks good, tnx!

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The holster is one of the overlooked things that just work well and add practical value to most gear setups.

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Exactly what I was looking for!!!!….thanks for sharing your.

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Nice; great video(s).

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