TENICOR MALUS SOL | A Dedicated AIWB Holster for Surefire X300

Designed for the Staccato 2011 and compatible with most railed 2011s and 1911s, TENICOR now has a dedicated Appendix Inside the Waistband (AIWB) holster for your Surefire X300—The MALUS SOL—meant to conceal your weapon and it’s light.

What’s so special about this specific AIWB holster? Maybe the fact that TENICOR—Part of the Tactical Buyers Club—made a real effort (according to all the features they list) at concealing both the pistol and its light, while offering comfort and various adjustment options?

TENICOR Holster MALUS SOL

TENICOR takes it a step further, making a pretty bold statement, claiming the MALUS SOL is more concealable than most non-light holster options—I guess it’s time for some other companies to step their game up.

TENICOR Full-Size AIWB Weapon Light Holster

How’d TENICOR make such a concealable holster/pistol/light combination?

Well, according to TENICOR, it has to do with the body contour of the holster. It’s specifically designed to fit your body and drive the top of the gun flush against the torso.

The grip also rotates to the wearer’s body when cinching the belt—attainable with the adjustable cramming bar.

TENICOR Holster CAMMING BAR

Detachable and adjustable, the cramming bar comes in three sizes—1/4″, 3/8″, and 1/2”.

More adjustment features come with the T1 belt clip, which provides an adjustable ride height, and is compatible with the VELO, SAGAX LUX, CERTUM, MALUS SOL, and 1.5” Belts.

TENICOR MALUS SOL AIWB Weapon Light Holster

MALUS SOL Highlights

  • Made with TENICOR’s Trucise fit, it gives the wearer a smooth and consistent draw (their words, not ours)
  • The MALUS SOL features a ride shirt guard to allow a thumbs-up grip
  • TENICOR also makes this holster so the belt doesn’t interfere with getting a full grasp on the gun
  • The MALUS SOL supports most conventional slide-mounted red dot sights—according to them—because it’s profiled at the top
  • TENICOR created a tall sight channel to allow for suppressor height sights and a round profiled bottom for comfort and threaded barrels
  • Dual tension screws included enabling subtle adjustments and security

MALUS SOL Sizing Options

Full: Full size, Government Model with 5″ barrel
Compact: Staccato P, C2, Commander, and Officer guns with 4.4″ or less barrel 

*Tested to fit the Nighthawk Custom, Chambers Custom (L10 Frame), Wilson Combat, Colt, Dan Wesson Firearms, and Springfield Armory.

Note from TENICOR: This is a working holster, and it WILL mar/wear the finish of your gun. Don’t buy it if you have a “Safe Queen.”

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Ashley Bunch

Ashley Bunch is a Tennesse-born contributor to Breach-Bang-Clear. She's an Air Force Security Forces veteran and former dog handler turned journalist (like, real journalist, with a degree and internships at big publications and everything). As you might expect from someone who works with us, she's a bit of a smartass, a dedicated student of the hoplological arts, an ardent traveler and more than a bit of a foodie. Ashley is a dangerous girl, particularly if your first name is Channel, Flathead, or Blue — Bunch has kilt and eaten many an insolent catfish. She'd rather be camping and fishing than just camping, just camping rather than just hiking, and just hiking rather than sitting at home. If she is sitting at home, however, there's likely a big damn jar of sweet tea somewhere nearby. 


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