According to the newsletter we just received, Raven Concealment Systems (RCS) has released the latest iteration of their Perun series holster – Streamlight WML carriers, you may rejoice.
10 Reasons to Buy a Perun LC
1. They’re now available.
2. A Made-To-Fit Glock 19 TLR 7 or TLR 8 Holster
A holster intended for the Streamlight TLR-1 HPL won’t fit your Glock 19M with TLR 7/8, and that gun/light combo would be uncomfortable in your pocket.
3. Low Suck Factor
4. Designed for Concealment
The Perun LC is an extremely well designed and very well executed OWB pancake style holster. As RCS describes it, it “…has a body-hugging design that rides high for maximum concealment. The body of the holster is only slightly larger than the pistol and light contained in it. This small size aids in concealment while also making the holster more comfortable while seated in a vehicle.”
5. The Perun LC Has All the Modulars
“The body-hugging curvature of this holster is accomplished using modular belt loops. Each holster includes three pair of 1.5” belt loops (LH 10 degree cant, RH 10 degree cant, and ambi 0 degree cant), which allow the end-user to configure the ambidextrous holster body for left-handed or right-handed use, with either a 0-degree or 10-degree cant.”
This Glock 19 TLR 7 holster provides good retention. Not double or triple like a duty holster, mind you, but very good. Why? It’s all “…thanks to innovative design features inside the holster body. The unique retention slider makes adjusting retention as simple as turning up the volume on your stereo. And unlike other holsters that use the traditional “screw through a rubber grommet” style of retention, the Perun LC’s retention will not back off after repeated drawing and re-holstering. ”
7. It’s Optic-Friendly.
Like other versions of the Raven Concealment Perun LC, it’s compatible with such common red dots as the Aimpoint T-1, Trijicon RMR, and most others. Probably not the Krinka Kobra, we’re not sure, we’ve never tried. Raven elaborates thusly; “It is also fully compatible with the RCS Balor optic mount [and]…3-5 Glock 9mm/.40S&W/.357 Compact Glock pistols with a Streamlight TLR-7/8 weapon light attached. ” So it’ll handle a G19 w/ Streamlight TLR-7 or TLR-8 on it. It definitely won’t fit the RSP-1, but why the fuck do you have that on a pistol anyway?
8. Rich Grassi Likes It, and He’s a Wise, Old Gunslinging Grandpa
9. It’s Comfy Like Kenny’s Woobie.
The muzzle end is rounded, it’ll accommodate after-market extensions, and it’s open at the bottom so that spent brass, displaced foamies, and candy bar wrappers will fall out the bottom instead of obstructing a reholster.
10. It’s Ambishooterous, So It’s Good for Both Righties and Wrongies.
It also features full-length inboard and outboard body shields to protect your pistol from sweat, protect your cover garments, and most importantly by keeping a cover garment from slipping inside while the weapon is drawn.
Now, it pains us to have to repeat this, but keep in mind the following: .40 S&W and .357 SIG are calibers of ammunition, not guns. Do not get that mixed up when you go to order a holster.
Order a Raven Concealment Perun LC OWB Holster Glock with TLR7/8 right here – just $50 (which you gotta admit is a great price for a holster like this).
New to concealed carry, or just looking to study up? Check out Concealed Carry Mistakes on Pew Pew Tactical.
Not sure how you want to rig that blaster to your belt? Take a look at The Firearm Rack’s Holster Attachment Comparison.
Trying to decide if you should carry a spare mag, and how? Read Steve Coulston’s rundown of the Neomag.
1Just kidding, we are absolutely judging you.