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SureFire V70 Polymer Speed Holster

SureFire V70 Polymer Speed Holster

Item# NP543 BLK
SureFire Mfg# V70
  • Rigid polymer construction protects your light from impact while ensuring an "open mouth" for fumble-free re-holstering
  • An adjustable spacer allows the molded-in belt slot to be fitted to belts up to 2.25" wide.
  • Fits: 6P, 9P, C2, C3, G2, G2Z, M2, Z2, Z3
MSRP:$30.00
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SureFire V70 Polymer Speed Holster

The patented V70 Speed Holster allows the user to quickly access the flashlight from either a bezel-up or bezel-down position.

  • Rigid polymer construction protects your light from impact while ensuring an "open mouth" for fumble-free re-holstering
  • An adjustable spacer allows the molded-in belt slot to be fitted to belts up to 2.25" wide.
  • Fits: 6P, 9P, C2, C3, G2, G2Z, M2, Z2, Z3

NOTE: M2 CombatLight fits tailcap-down only. Models equipped with Z49 accessory tailcap can be held bezel-down only.

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SureFire V70 Polymer Speed Holster

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Crocker, MO
Flashlight
April 29, 2015

I am currently carring the flashlight on duty and really like it.

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March 23, 2010

Very functional design that places the flashlight in a very easy, almost intuitive, access location on the duty gear. It the fastest possible flashlight deployment you can have. My word to caution is to the longevity and how the holder will fail when it gets there. The nitrolon material in the G2 series is very abrasive. After a few years of frequent use, the spring clip inside this holster is going to wear through and break. If your flashlight is in the holder when that happens, you cannot get the flashlight out as the broken spring will capture the tailcap. That's how mine failed after about 5 years of use, me trying to pull my flashlight out and getting no response. It took tools to get into the holster and in the end unscrewing the flashlight tailcap to remove the forward half and access the bottom of the holster to cut out the broken spring piece. The flashlight was damaged in the process. Even with that, I'm ordering a replacement holster as it is still the best func

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