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NRAAM 2017 – SureFire MasterFire Holster for Sale in Booth

You can be the first kid in your neighborhood to use the SureFire MasterFire Holster!


The MasterFire holster from SureFire, unveiled at SHOT Show, is available for sale at a discount at the booth (#3250). However, you will require a holster compatible light to use this holster as it grabs unto four index points on the light’s body. Currently offered in the booth are the X300UH and X400UH in Green or Red.


If you’re on the fence, consider this. Because the MasterFire grips the light, it will accept most handguns, as long as it will accept a weaponlight. Additionally, as you can see in the top photo, you can use with a mounted suppressor.

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8 Responses to “NRAAM 2017 – SureFire MasterFire Holster for Sale in Booth”

  1. The trigger is accessible while the pistol is “holstered.” Am I seeing this wrong?

  2. Matthew Kime says:

    I don’t believe it is fully-seated in that photograph, or the angle is deceptive.

    We played with these at SHOT and it was not possible to access the trigger, one of the first things we looked for.

  3. chris says:

    Is there any button retention on these or simply pressure in the trigger well?

    • P.J. says:

      Thumb button. Can’t see it in the picture. The switch you can see lets you turn the light on or off. The drawstroke is forward and up, which might take some getting used to.

  4. Eric says:

    WTF is a x300UH-A?!!?

    • P.J. says:

      I assume the “H” is for “holster.” It’s a new light and laser/light along with the holster.

  5. Adamn says:

    There was Crye Gunclip, S&S Silent Killer and now there’s this… long live the king. Very interesting holster if you need a suppressed secondary. I wonder if the draw is as good and if it’s as durable and affordable as the Safariland ALS.

    Niiice work Safariland, I’d like to check one out.

  6. brant says:

    My question is: Is this offered for LEFT handers? I don’t see any option for left or right on the website…but that would be sort of odd. Am I missing something?