The Ragnarok holster was made to be extremely modular, tough, modern, and fast. Ragnaroks are made from heavy duty .125 precision-formed Kydex making them quite the beast. While the Ragnarok is a passive-retention holster (no hood/strap/button to deactivate the holster), the retention is adjustable with the screws running along the edge.
To keep up with technology, every Ragnarok holster is made to accommodate slide-mounted optics and threaded barrels. They can also accommodate select compensators. If you do not have an optic, threaded barrel, or compensator, the holster will still work fine.
But the thing that makes the Ragnarok a unique… is the modular hole system on the back and the ability to run regular belt loops. The Ragnarok can be worn on a belt with regular belt loops, which puts the weapon very close to the body. Good for concealment. But the Ragnarok can also be run with paddles, offset mounts, leg rigs, you name it.
The Ragnarok is compatible with accessories from: Safariland, Bladetech, Blackhawk, G-Code, S&S Precision, and others. The Ragnarok may be the most modular holster on the market.
*Glock 9/40 options fit compact, full-size, and competition-length Glocks. For maximum concealability on the APL Compact and XC1 versions, the holster completely covers a compact slide (e.g. Glock 19) while longer slides protrude. On APL Fullsize and TLR-1 versions, the holster completely covers a full-size slide, but the competition-length slide protrudes.
*M&P options fit fullsize 9/.40, .45, and 5″ Pro. Both first generation and M2.0 pistols are supported, including the M2.0 Compact.
*Sig P320 options fit compact, carry, full-size, and X-Five variants. The holster is sized to cover the light, so where there’s a longer slide with a shorter light some slide will protrude.
*X300 Series options fit both versions of the X300 Ultra, both versions of the X300-V (which stick through slightly), and the old X300, but NOT the X300UH.
*TLR-1 Series options fit TLR-1s and HL, but NOT the TLR-2.