Glock 43X MOS & Glock 48 MOS Holsters


First off, we love “pelvic contact” or “body contact”; if you are choosing a Glock 43X MOS holster, we always recommend choosing a Glock 48 MOS holster. Why? A longer slide creates more vertical contact with the body, below the belt line, preventing the grip of the gun from tipping away from the body. In this case, the Glock 43X MOS fits the Glock 48 MOS holster perfectly, and has the adequate body contact to prevent the short muzzled Glock 43X MOS from tipping away. Just because a pistol seems subcompact, doesn’t mean it’s a good carry gun for a holster. Check out this older blog about pelvic contact!

For Glock 48 MOS holster and Glock 43X MOS holster light bearing options for the Streamlight TLR-7 SUB Glock 43X/48 MOS holsters

Streamlight finally release the Streamlight TLR-7 SUB GLOCK MOS pistol weapon light. Weighing in at a womping 500 lumens, this subcompact specific weapon light surely delivers! ANR Design sells TLR-7 SUB Glock 43X Weapon Lights on this link here!

We also make Glock 43X MOS and Glock 48 MOS Holsters in our Nidhogg Tactical Outside the Waistband style option as well. See below picture!

Glock 43X MOS / Streamlight TLR-7 SUB Nidhogg

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  1. George F. Riegel, Jr., M.D.

    Do you happen to carry a leather pocket holster for a Glock 43X?

    1. Alex Costa

      we do not. Sorry

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