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Introducing the RagnarokSD for Suppressed Pistols

Glock 19 with Trijicon Suppressor sights and Gemtech Tundra

We here at T.Rex Arms are happy to announce the RagnarokSD, a new OWB holster for the easy carry and rapid deployment of suppressed handguns. The SD supports a wide variety of weapons and suppressors, and its unique shape allows a user to draw and fire the weapon in the same short vertical motion common to standard OWB holsters.

The Ragnarok SD is precision-formed from heavy-duty .125″ Kydex, and is further strengthened by structural ribs that provide a more secure grip on the Surefire X300 series weapon light. The suppressor is braced by vented Kydex arms, which can be modified by the user to support the outside diameter of any can.

While this is a passive-retention holster, with no hood, strap, or button to release the firearm, the retention is fully adjustable. The holster requires the use of an X300U or X300V weapon light, but is available for all Glocks and various Sig, M&P, HK, CZ, FN, and XD suppressor hosts.

The back of the holster features the company’s Ragnarok mounting system, which is compatible with accessories from Safariland, Bladetech, Blackhawk, G-Code, S&S Precision, and others, allowing it be run with countless quick-detach systems, paddles, and offset mounts.

Glock 19 with Trijicon Suppressor sights and Gemtech Tundra

Like all Ragnarok holsters, the SD is modular, tough, and fast. Regardless of the configuration used, the weapon can always be deployed with a drawstroke of less than 6″. It is can be ordered now in Black, Ranger Green, Wolverine Brown, Multicam Original, and Multicam Black.

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Surefire Begins Shipping the XH30

Here at T.Rex Arms, the Surefire X300 is our favorite all-around pistol light. It may not be the smallest, the cheapest, or even the brightest light on the market, but it wins on overall features and ergonomics. Earlier this year, Surefire improved on the X300 with the XH35, which increased the brightness from 600 to 1000 lumens, and added switches to control new low-light and strobe modes.

Unfortunately, it also had a new, much wider “Maxvision” beam pattern. When using the XH35, those extra 400 lumens seem to be spread down by your feet instead of being thrown downrange towards your target. Floodlights can have certain advantages over spotlights, but we prefer a much tighter, more focused weapon light.

That’s why we’ve been looking forward to seeing this new XH30 light, which promises to combine the fancy new features of the XH35 with the tightly-focused light beam of the X300. Surefire announced that the XH30 has begun shipping this week, and we’re looking forward to running it through its paces to see if it can replace the X300 as our new overall favorite pistol light.

The XH30 is compatible with Surefire’s Masterfire holster, which means it will also work with our XH35 Ragnarok, and our upcoming XH35 Sidecar.

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