Short answer, no. The pictured laser is for the XDS.Stupid rookie question. So I bought a XD 9MM subcompact. Will this laser for the XD-S subcompact fit the XD subcompact? Has anyone tried this?
Cleveland Kydex is one that I ran across in my search. How is the quality on that?
Streamlight TLR-6. It's a red laser (useless in the daytime) combined with a not very powerful, but adequate light. I don't recall it's cost, but I want to say $75 at Amazon. As these things go, it's on the low end of the cost spectrum. I guess my review of the device would be as follows: It's inexpensive and meets my needs. As you see from my photo above, for looks, it looks like it's really part of the gun from the factory. Also, dialing the laser in for left-right/up-down was simple. And, the buttons for selecting laser only, light only, or both are simple.What make and model is that? Is it a green laser? And do you use a holster, which one? Thanks.
...here is photo of my holster and SC sorry the CT 206 is in the IWB ...great CS and I am NOT affiliated with the companyCleveland Kydex is one that I ran across in my search. How is the quality on that?
EDITED. I didn't catch the SUB-compact part.So what do others recommend for lasers that can be successfully added to the XD Subcompact? Thanks!
Hey, I'm taking the unusual step of replying to my own post to say this, as an update that no one requested: I have since realized that this holster needs to ride as far forward (on your belt) as possible, so as to rest on the forward portion of your hip bone. If the Crossbreed Light Defender holster is set on your belt this way, it is QUITE GOOD as to comfort.