Handcuff/Flashlight belt holder?

I searched but couldn't find what I am looking for. I thought I saw somebody on here post about a combo handcuff/flashlight belt holder, kydex if I recall correctly.

 

I'm looking for something that can hold a pair of handcuffs and my Surefire Peacekeeper flashlight for plainclothes duties. It seems most options are handcuff/pistol magazine, or flashlight/magazine, and I'm not finding the handcuff/flashlight. I'm going to cover magazines with a separate holder, so I don't need or want a magazine on the handcuff/flashlight holder.

 

Any help is appreciated!!!

 

 

 

 

 

 

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If you are set on kydex then disregard all after.

I'd recommend the Aker cuff/light combo https://www.copsplus.com/prodnum9602.php. I have used Aker's leather cuff and a mag/flashlight combo since I started plain clothes in 2000. I carried them every shift for a couple of years but infrequently now because of my assignment. They have a belt slide and a removable paddle. I used them with the belt slide and it kept them close to my body and fairly concealable under a shirt. Even after 15 years they are in good condition.

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Thanks dudes. That Aker setup looks like it would work well, I wonder about flashlight retention for the Peacekeeper. I don't really care what it's made of, but positive and easy draw and holstering of the flashlight is more important to me. 

 

 

 

 

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The Aker models have tension screws to allow for differences in light diameter and retention. I can send you my mag/light combo to play with for a while. You can make your determination if it fits your need them send it back when you're done. Like I said, in my assignment I rarely use it so I won't miss it for a few weeks. Let me know.

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Originally Posted by JW104:

       
The Aker models have tension screws to allow for differences in light diameter and retention. I can send you my mag/light combo to play with for a while. You can make your determination if it fits your need them send it back when you're done. Like I said, in my assignment I rarely use it so I won't miss it for a few weeks. Let me know.

       


Might take you up on that, if I don't just buy one outright.

PM07 - I checked that out, but it's the mag/light combo and not the cuff/light combo I'm looking for.

 

 

 

 

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Raven has a flashlight holster that attaches to their cuff pouch. 

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Originally Posted by FourNinerZero:

Raven has a flashlight holster that attaches to their cuff pouch. 

 

Hmmmm. You had me at "Raven". Any idea if it holds the Peacekeeper in an appropriately retentive but easily accessible way? 

 

 

 

 

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I've been running this off-side Raven setup for a number of years now.

Not the greatest pics but you get the idea. Retention is excellent... not sure if they readily stock the Peacekeeper carrier but I'm sure they could make it.

 

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