SureFire Releases MasterFire Universal Holster for Weaponlight Equipped Handguns

SureFire seems sure on expanding their product offerings. From their origins with well-respected flashlights, the company has been slowly expanding across the tactical market. With SOCOM issued suppressors, utterly fantastic hearing protection, and high-capacity magazines, it would seem that the company is intent on expanding widely – not just within any particular segment.

Their latest release is the MasterFire holster system compatible with all their H-series of weaponlights. Where most holsters rely on clamping on the handgun, the MasterFire system interfaces directly with the weaponlight only. At first, one may be reluctant to interface with an accessory, but assuming a solid mount, the holster is then weapon-independent. So long as all your weapons use compatible lights, the shooter has one holster for them all.

The holster retains the weapon and light via level 3 systems, requiring the shooter to break the holster/weapon interface during the draw stroke. Additional features include the ability to automatically engage weaponlights during the draw stroke¬†and compatibility up to 2.5″ duty belts.

By the nature of the open design, the holster is compatible with most suppressors and red dot sights.

Retail is pegged at $165.39. For additional details, check out SureFire’s website here.¬†

 

 

Features

  • Positions holster at optimized angle for a fast, consistent draw stroke
  • Provides Level 3 retention, securing firearm with primary and secondary locking systems
  • Indexes off of H-Series WeaponLights (XH15, X300UH, X400UH), not the weapon, so it accommodates a wide range of handguns
  • Can be set to automatically activate the WeaponLight and/or laser, saving valuable time in high-stress situations
  • Open design accommodates red-dot optics and even a suppressor, including SF Ryder Series suppressors
  • Constructed of durable, lightweight polymer
  • Customizable for personal preferences and adjustable to fit most any duty belt




Frank.K

TFB’s FNG. Completely irreverent of all things marketing but a passionate lover of new ideas and old ones well executed. Enjoys musing on all things firearms, shooting 3-gun, and attempting to be both tacticool AND tactical.


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  • Anonymoose

    Why bother putting a rear iron sight on your Leupold when you don’t have a front iron sight?

    • pun&gun

      I noticed that, too. Weird.

    • Flounder

      I am not super familiar with the deltapoint. I know there is a version with “iron sights” built in. I also know they aren’t really iron sights but just something for you to align to find the dot quickly.

  • Dickie

    Find the dot faster maybe

  • Harry’s Holsters

    Hasn’t this been out for a while?

    • J.T.

      It was announced at SHOT and I have been seeing reviews for months. TFB even showed it in their SureFire SHOT post.

    • Raptor Fred

      Yea. Its not going anywhere. In civilian circles of armed NFA holster thuggery.

  • Oregon213

    You lost me at the combo of LEO and chest carry.

    Also, the auto on option just screams of something dumb for trainee officers to do to add more stress to a training officer.

    • retfed

      I’m with you on LE chest carry.
      LEOs spend a lot of time face to face with the public, both Mary Minivan the soccer mom and Pookie the hood rat. A chest-mounted, suppressed pistol (in a SERPA, yet!) would make Mary Minivan soil her drawers, and Pookie would fight the officer to get the gun away from him. And a lot of the same people who are oohing and aahing over this rig would be screaming about the militarization of the police if Officer Friendly traffic-stopped them while he was wearing it.
      But, as someone who once upon a time tried to carry a six-inch revolver in a belt holster while driving a car, I can attest that this thing would be impossible to wear on a belt on normal patrol, so I guess the chest mount is the only way to go.
      In other words, this is marketing BS.

      • William Elliott

        Well, with the suppressor affixed. It would be good for the SWAT guys for sure. Actually I would like to see if it would be usable in a cross draw configuration…just a thought.
        Edit: Also, this would be useful AFTER you have affixed your can and need to stow your pistol while doing something else, like rendering first aid, and don’t want to set it on the ground or take the time to dismount the suppressor

  • William Elliott

    so, can I send my X300V in and get the U conversion to the bezel with the IR light?
    Cause, you know, nightvision illuminator

  • Raptor Fred

    So the X300UH light is made just for this holster, and all of the other X300s are not compatible. I’m not gonna MasterFire vigorously about this set up.