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    Sig MK25/Navy hooded holster suggestions

    Have a friend that just picked one of these up and wanted to add it to his battle belt. Wanted to run a TLR-1HL or possibly a X300 and was looking for hooded holsters. I'm not up on that gun combo and figured there were plenty that probably have a similar setup. My google searches were pretty weak, lots of open top kydex but looks like very few hooded options.

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    Anything from Safariland designed for a P226 w/ TLR-1 or X300U will work for a Mk25 with the same light.

    I believe that G-Code also offers holsters that will work for a P226/Mk25 with X300U-B.

    Assuming that by, "hooded," you mean something with a Safariland SLS or SLS-like system.
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    Safarilands website lists some of holsters for a P226R w/ Surefire X300 as not compatible with a Mk25, but I've recently switched to a Mk25 with my Safariland 6280 (which Safarilands website says won't work), and had zero issues. I've only been doing this for a short time, but I don't see how a very slightly different rail would create too many problems. Obviously this does not mean that all Safariland holsters that they list as P226R/X300 compatible will work with a Mk25/X300 combo, but so far mine's GTG..

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    Thanks guys, I think he found something.

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    If he hasn't, have him take a look at Red Hill Tactical.. They make some great Kydex and a WRS hood is one of the many options available.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Brett Kastl View Post
    Safarilands website lists some of holsters for a P226R w/ Surefire X300 as not compatible with a Mk25, but I've recently switched to a Mk25 with my Safariland 6280 (which Safarilands website says won't work), and had zero issues. I've only been doing this for a short time, but I don't see how a very slightly different rail would create too many problems. Obviously this does not mean that all Safariland holsters that they list as P226R/X300 compatible will work with a Mk25/X300 combo, but so far mine's GTG..
    Assuming you did the Safariland drop down holster compatibility checker? If so, last fall I noticed it could give a not compatible hit on a Streamlight TLR 1 HL, but would give the go ahead when TLR 1 was picked along with a few other screwy issues.

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    I used the options for finding a holster. I'm still curious as to whether this is a website issue, or if Safariland has reason to know that the 1913 rail makes a difference. I ought to call them.

    Edit: I called Safariland & spoke to Jacob, I believe. He said that any Safariland holster that works for a P226R should work with a P226 Mk25. He was very helpful & courteous, and said call back anytime if I had anymore questions, so if their website doesn't help, call.
    Last edited by Brett Kastl; 06-04-18 at 17:39.

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