Falco Holsters for Weapon-Mounted Lights (WML), Lasers, and Red Dots

Adam Scepaniak
by Adam Scepaniak

If you concealed carry in the modern age, you likely have some accessories hanging off of your pistol – whether it is a semi-auto or revolver. This could be a weapon-mounted light, a red dot up top, or even a laser. Whatever it may be, deploying that extra hardware comes at a cost, and that cost is limited holster options. That is exactly why Falco Holsters went out of their way to fabricate Optics-Ready, Lightbearing Holster options for all of us.

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Falco Holsters from their LR Series are meant to be custom-fit to specific firearm makes/models as well as popular accessory items. These are all crafted from the finest premium, full-grain Italian leather and stitched with precision by skilled craftsmen and women. Every holster is hand molded on an exact replica of the firearm and accessory for a perfect fit. Then, hand dyed, oiled, and lacquered in-house. Moreover, if you want to truly make it yours, they have customization options as well as a lifetime warranty.

Fort Lauderdale, Florida – August, 2023 – FALCO® Holsters, globally recognized for exceptional artisanship in every handcrafted, purpose-built leather holster, announces a new category of premium leather LR Light-bearing holsters that accommodate firearms fitted with tactical lights, lasers, and RMRs.

“More than ever, people are equipping their everyday carry guns with weapon-mounted lights, lasers, and red dots,” said FALCO Holsters Vice President of Sales and Marketing Katarína Zacharová. “Gun owners often struggle to find comfortable, efficient, and secure holsters to accommodate various accessories they add to their firearms, and FALCO is answering the call,” she said. “Staying true to our mission, our holster assortment delivers extensive gun/light compatibility for customers who don’t want to settle for universal solutions.

The prices for these holsters are a bit higher than some might be used to, but concealed carriers need to bear in mind that these are fine leather and not cheaper Kydex. So, if you prefer that classy leather look for your everyday carry (EDC) piece, then this might be right up your alley. As always, let us know all of your thoughts in the Comments below! We always appreciate your feedback.

Adam Scepaniak
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  • Retfed Retfed on Aug 18, 2023

    ". . . You likely have have some accessories hanging off your pistol." Is that true? "Likely" means "more than a 50-percent probability." Do more than half of all concealed carriers (including the ones who pocket carry LCPs or J-frames) have "accessories" (plural) hanging off their pistols? I don't get out much these days, but the only people I've seen with accessories hanging off their pistols are cops and Youtubers. I'd be interested in knowing how many readers here have lights, optics, or lasers (not grip-mounted ones; ones that require a special holster) on their EDC (not special-purpose) pistols. This is not a dig at anyone; I'm honestly interested.
    Looks like a well-made holster though, even though 15 seconds into the video the guy looks like he's smuggling a six-pack under his sport coat. (And why "Italian leather"? What's wrong with good old 'Murican cows?)

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    • Marc Marc on Aug 21, 2023

      @retfed P-10c with Swampfox green dot. I'm kind of a fan of the dot, much to my chagrin.

  • Plumber576 Plumber576 on Aug 18, 2023

    Falco has come a long way.