Blackhawk Omnivore Holster - Universal - SureFire X300 - Left Hand - Black

Manufactured by Blackhawk
SKU: 419001BBL
MPN: 419001BBL
Manufactured by Blackhawk
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The days of multiple styles of semi-automatic pistols requiring separate holsters to carry them vanished when the Blackhawk OMNIVORE holster came on the scene. This OMNIVORE holster and holster family will fit almost one hundred and fifty different types of semi-automatic pistols.

Note: This holster will not fit the X300u-b, only the X300u-a, and older X300 lighting systems.

  • Fits: 150 Pistols With Accessory Rail
  • Material: Polymer
  • Color: Black
  • Retention System: Double/Includes Thumb Activated
  • Light System: Fits the Surefire X300 Light (Not Included)
  • Left hand

 Another quality feature of the OMNIVORE is that it uses a double retention system to hold the pistol. Without a light attached, the OMNIVORE locks onto a rail attached to the gun, not the frame. With a Surefire X300 light attached, the holster grips the flashlight to help hold the gun in place.

Additionally, Blackhawk includes an intuitive retention system activated by the thumb to ensure instant access.  Also, the thumb-activated retention system is adjustable in three different positions to help the shooter customize the holster for a specific drawing action. When activated, the thumb-release retention system immediately disengages the rail and flashlight locking mechanism for easy and quick deployment.

This free-floating design of the OMNIVORE and the way it holds the pistol means it will not wear the finish of the gun's frame. So, if you want a handgun or attached lighting system to keep their finish, the OMNIVORE holster from Blackhawk will be the one to do it.
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PlatformMultiple - See Description
TypeActive Retention
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 WARNING: This product can expose you to chemicals, which are known to the State of California to cause Cancer and Reproductive Harm. For more information go to

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