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Any knowledge of holsters that will fit sig Tacops 1911, with light. I'm new here so if one has been posted I missed it.
 

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What I would do (though many wouldn't) is just use leather for a standard railed 1911 and let it stretch a bit. Also, Old Faithful holsters said they had molds for Sig 1911s and its a nice product at a sweet price.

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Check out www.copsplus.com they have a huge listing of holster and you can check by gun manufacturer and model.Although I probably would order from another sight they took an extremely long time with an order I placed.Great place to look for every holster made for you're pistol.
 

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Plus one on old faithful. You can buy a kit from them and mold it yourself as well if you like.
 

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Please don't misunderstand what I am saying. This is not meant as a flame.

When I purchase a new firearm, I look at what accessories I will be able to get for it before I purchase said firearm. That includes holsters, magazines, lights, etc... I have too many that I bought and could not get the correct holster, then the firearm stayed in the safe until it was forgotten. That money could have been used for something else.
 

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Please don't misunderstand what I am saying. This is not meant as a flame.

When I purchase a new firearm, I look at what accessories I will be able to get for it before I purchase said firearm. That includes holsters, magazines, lights, etc... I have too many that I bought and could not get the correct holster, then the firearm stayed in the safe until it was forgotten. That money could have been used for something else.
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Likewise Dan.
IMO the single most important 'option' to owning a firearm is _The Holster_.
THEY should be introduced BEFORE one suggests a firearm.
Owners should know they WILL buy more than one holster.
The first edition "Concealed in Plain Sight" - Trey Bloodworth, is a great helper.
Enough propaganda - please forgive me.
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Good luck Dan
 

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I still am in the habit of getting cheap holsters at the LGS and pawn shop
leftover bins. I've custom fit many an old holster to a new gun. Sail needles,
squidding or braided line, a utility knife, and a little imagination.

I've got a glock 19 rated holster that works very well with a FNX45, FsN, and
a PMR30. I guess it would fit a glock, too, if I had one...
 
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