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I'm looking for a good belt-mounted pouch for my pepper spray. We all know not all encounters require lethal response.
My EDC includes my G19.5, knuckles, and a sap in my back pocket.
But I have a couple of POM pepper spray canisters and I never carry them because I can't seem to find a good way to have them where I can "grab & deploy".
I went to a local police outfitting place and bought a small pouch worn on the belt, but it wasn't a good size - it was made for something bigger than my spray canister, and doesn't fit well.
What would you guys do? Here's the spray I have, it's 3-1/2" long by 1" wide.
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I think a nylon holster that comes with most Streamlight flashlights might work well.
Then there’s this. I use this on one of my duty belts. It fits pretty much any size light I have and no flaps to undo. Everything I’ve put in it has been secure and I never worried about anything falling out.
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My Wife carried this combo for many years.
 

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Thanks guys! Danzig, I think your suggestion would work with the hot sauce I have, but Lucian, the combo your wife carries looks good if I change up my hot sauce.
 

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I think a nylon holster that comes with most Streamlight flashlights might work well.
Then there’s this. I use this on one of my duty belts. It fits pretty much any size light I have and no flaps to undo. Everything I’ve put in it has been secure and I never worried about anything falling out.
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I have more stuff from the company above then I’d like to admit, lol! Never had any issues with quality, especially for the price.

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Everyone's situation is different but when I carry pepper spray I just carry it in my left front pocket. I've done that for years and I've never had an issue with it discharging or not being able to get it out quickly. I don't carry it often though. I don't like carrying a lot of stuff on me or in my pockets so when I go out it's just wallet, keys and gun.
 
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