I have never been impressed with the quality of flashlight holsters and pouches. I carry and use a flashlight every day. I used them for duty, and so look at a flashlight as essential gear. Being critical to my work, I have always found the holsters one can get, to be lacking. Carrying spare batteries on your person can also present a problem. I decided to fix the problem.
Thor's Hammer was the first to start putting spare battery carriers on the flashlight holsters. I am also the first to put tritium vials into the holsters as well. As fancy or as plain as you want it. Need a flashlight holster for duty or something worthy of carrying your functional art piece? I have you covered.
Any design can be done. Vertical, horizontal, canted, even upside down... it doesn't matter. If you see a firearm holster on this website that you think would make a great flashlight holster design, it can be done. The photos of my work are just to give you an idea of what is possible.
The spare battery carriers, I call them
"saddlebags" hold the batteries tightly, so there is no fear of losing
your batteries. They can be made to hold 1 or 2 spare batteries
depending on the battery.
Standard open top hand sewn with spring steel pocket clip (vertical): $60.00
Sewn loop instead of clip: $10.00
45 degree angle with short clip: $20.00
Horizontal with belt clip: $25
Flap over pouch: add $20.00
Spare battery carrier horizontal: add $15
Spare battery carrier vertical: add $25
Finger cut-outs on sides: add $20
Simple Tooling (stamps and designs): FREE
Basket weave/dragon scales: add $15.00
Tiny basket weave: add $100 (for single flashlight holsters)
Lined: add $20
Exotic skins: Black stingray, White Cobra, Black/brown/tan Python add $100.
Rattle Snake: add $150
Sheep skin: add $15
Deer skin: add $15
Regular snaps are at no extra cost. Specialty snaps are listed below.
Pull-the-Dot snap (Military one way snap), Sam Brown Post, or Magnetic closure: $10
Two-tone color: $15
Tritium vial $35 per vial (must also be lined)