Concealment Express X-FER

Concealment Express X-FER and LUX // IWB for Weapon Lights!

Concealment Express X-FER and LUX // IWB for Weapon Lights!

I was skeptical about IWB holsters for weapon lights. Afterall, stuffing a gun with a Streamlight TLR-1 down my pants seems to be a bit much. When I got my hands on the Concealment Express X-FER and LUX I was still scratching my head. Honnestly I just didn’t want to work with the holsters. I am not a big fan of IWB carry but I can see why some people love it. 

When I finally got it through my mind that there are some people that my want or NEED (i.e. undercover law enforcement) IWB with a weapon light, I got off my high horse and got to work.  

Watch IWB Holster for Guns with Lights? // The Concealment Express LUX and X-FER

Of the two holsters I personally like the X-FER better because it works with more guns and is more minimalistic, ambidexterous, and can be converted to OWB. To convert the X-FER to OWB you will need an X clip from Concealment Express or a TekLok. I am thinking that the X-FER in OWB just might be the answer for me on a night competition. 

Just because I like the X-FER Better, doesn’t mean that I hate the LUX. The LUX is great at protecting your gun. Since it wraps around the slide, it will keep sweat off your gun. Plus I like the belt clip on the LUX better than the tuckable clip on the X-FER (although you can put a tuckable clip on the LUX).  

If you find yourself in need of an IWB holster for your gun and light combo, my friends over at Concealment Express have you covered. Check them out today!

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