Molle pouch for Surefire Fury?

So I have set up a HSGI micro belt to mimic my duty belt, sans Taser, baton, cuffs, and belt keepers.  Mainly I wanted something lighter with normal things in the normal position for range use.  I figured it would be better on my lower back not to run a full duty belt when I don't need to, plus this set up is much much more comfortable.

However, I found that I still need to source a pouch for my SF Fury.  So what are you guys using?  I'm thinking about a BFG Ten Speed single mag pouch, or maybe something from Maxpedition.  I don't need anything really high speed, just a simple flashlight pouch.

Joined: 11/08/03          Location:  Central Indiana

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Does bezel up or down matter? I use a Taco on my duty belt but also like the Emdom Gear Universal pouch and have that mounted on my training belt:

http://www.emdomusa.com/Emdom-...ne-Pouch-p/eu190.htm

The plus side is with the Emdom there isn't as much bungee to get caught on something. Plus there is little to no play/wiggle with a knife, light or mag in the Emdom. I really have to cinch the bungee cord on the Taco so it doesn't move around too much. I'm attributing this to the fact since the light is round versus a mag being squarish. Plus because of the height the light sits I've accidentally turned on the light (bezel down) without knowing. And then realizing a hot spot when reaching it for it. 

The BFG 10-Speed is good too, but obviously as you know re-holstering requires more guidance even when indexing with your finger. And with this pouch you'll most likely have to position it bezel up. Not sure if that's an issue.

 

Joined: 4 April 2005                Location: South Bay Armpit

Ive used an EMDOM 3o2 pouch on my Crye belt, though a pistol taco would likely work fine as well.

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I like the Emdom offerings.  I think they would work better than a Taco or Ten Speed pouch.

I carry my Fury on my duty belt bezel up, only because the pouch I have for it will only fit it that way.  Unless something comes along to really blow my mind, I'll stick with bezel up just for repetition sake.

Joined: 11/08/03          Location:  Central Indiana

I've been using BFG single pistol pouches (flapped) for years. They works great, I've had flashlights come out during fights a couple of times and now put a strip of industrial Velcro (loop) around the bezel that hooks to the Velcro (hook) on the pouch flap and have never had a flashlight pop out since.

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This is the 3 cell Fury in a FS Admin pouch but the Velcro treatment is the same as on my belt line one...stays put good. 

Joined: 13AUG2010         Location: Southern Arizona 

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My preferred method on my duty belt is the TACO pouches . I keep my R1 lawman in the extended (SMG sized) taco, with of all things, a plastic coke bottle cap upside down in the bottom. Prevents light AD's and such. My backup light (a custom surefire, with Scout protected tailcap) rides in a regular pistol taco, as the protected clicky cap prevents light ADs.

My Crye belt I use a 3o2 pouch, bezel down in the pouch with the flap for a custom surefire C2.

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-We are the sheepdogs, bad people looking out for the good people by killing worse people
-Don't get PTSD, Give PTSD. Make the taliban wake up screaming in the night because he fears Canadians are coming to Kill him.

-Location - Canada - Joined - 2006MAR19

I use a pistol TACO for my light. (Not a cop, just a guy.)

 

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Joined: 4/22/09          Location: WI

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