Blackhawk Omnivore Multi-Fit Holster
Blackhawk Omnivore Multi-Fit Holster
Blackhawk Omnivore Multi-Fit Holster

Blackhawk Omnivore Multi-Fit Holster

SKU #: BPG-Omni
MSRP: $59.95

Multiple holsters for multiple handguns is no longer an issue. The BLACKHAWK!® Omnivore™ multi-fit family of holsters accommodates more than 150 styles of semi-automatic handguns.

The active retention mechanism locks onto our proprietary Rail Attachment Device, not the frame of the handgun for the non-light bearing model. Our proprietary retention mechanism locks onto the SureFire X300/X300U-A and the Streamlight TLR1/2 for the light bearing models.

The instinctive thumb release disengages the locking mechanism from the Rail Attachment Device when drawing the handgun.

Click here for fit chart.


  • Multi-fit – Omnivore™ Holsters fit more than 150 styles of semi-automatic handguns with an accessory rail
  • Active Retention Mechanism – Instinctive thumb-activated retention mechanism delivers instant firearm access
  • Level 2 Retention – Uses two features to hold handgun securely in place
  • Free-Floating Design – Doesn’t wear firearms frame or finish
  • 3-Position Adjustable Release – Height of thumb-activated retention mechanism adjusts to fit your hand
  • Reviews
    10 Reviews
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    30% (3)
    20% (2)
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    10% (1)
    80% Recommend this product (8 of 10 responses)
    By Tom
    August 30, 2017
    Just what I needed
    Perfect for the home defense gun with a light. I needed a holster of sorts that could handle my full size xdm with tlr1s and hogue grips. With single handed thumb drive this thing fits and operates flawlessly. Protects the gun without even touching it (only touches the light). I have no need to attach the paddle since I'll never actually carry it. It's too big, really, for anyone to actually carry since it looks like a tactical piece of furniture or a motorcycle side bag. But I knew that going in. My home gun just sits there in it perfectly safe from curious onlookers and just screams "don't touch me". In fact, it's big enough to put a sticker on it that says "don't touch me".
    ProsGreat design idea for those of us who don't want to buy a Glock just so we can holster a gun with a light!
    By Jason Rhodes
    Panama City Beach, Florida
    August 20, 2017
    BLACKHAWK! Omnivore Holster
    BLACKHAWK!®  has recently released their newest offering in the holster segment, the Omnivore. The Omnivore at first glance is an obvious design change from their SERPA holsters, and utilizes a thumb-drive system for retention. What makes the Omnivore so unique is it’s ability to adopt over 150+ different handguns, with little modification. That’s right! One holster for almost any handgun in your arsenal. We recently got our hands on one (the non-light bearing model pictured above) and after putting it through it’s paces, we were quite impressed with this holster. Utilizing a rail mounted device (included with the holster) the weapon is locked into place within the holster with offers a Level 2 retention rating. We used an HK VP9, Glock 17 and a Smith and Wesson M&P for our product testing and the holster functioned flawlessly with each. Using a 15 degree cant and paddle attachment, the holster performed consistently in allowing draw function. The thumb activated release mechanism is also adjustable to the firearm being carried, allowing for a more comfortable and ergonomic draw grip. One nice benefit of this holster is the fact it does not contact the frame. The holster locks onto the rail attachment which keeps the firearms finish protected from wear and tear resulting from multiple draws during training unlike other holsters we’ve tried. The Omnivore also comes in a light bearing model for both the Streamlight TLR1/TLR2 and the Surefire X300 and color options for the left and right handed shooter including:   Black, Blaze Orange/Black, Coyote Tan/Black and Urban Grey/Black.
    ProsNear-universal fit Free-floating design keeps firearm from finish wear Intuitive, easy to use thumb drive design Classic BLACKHAWK! paddle and beltloop fits
    ConsNone noted
    By kenneth schel
    August 6, 2017
    does this fit my canik tp9sf elite?
    will this holster fit my canik tp9sf elite?
    By Tatsuro
    Los Angeles, CA
    May 31, 2017
    Alright holster but just terrible packaging and parts missing.
    I am an Airsofter, so there is a large amount of frustration that comes with not being able to find a holster for the unique sidearm you purchased. I came across this holster and immediately placed an order. The quality of the holster itself is amazing, but the presentation factor is just terrible. First, they have messed up parts, for example, if it says that part A will fit into part B and they will include two of both, Blackhawk decides to package one Part B and three part As. Now I only have one retention adapter and two halves that can't be dealt with. Another are the screws, none of the mounting platforms including the belt loop and paddle will fit because the screws are just too short and/or the threading is found way too deep inside. I also tried my molle adapter and would not fit either. I am going to send an email to Blackhawk and try to get some help.
    ProsQuality holster, Sturdy Retention system, Adjustable release heights for different firearms.
    ConsEither screws too short or threading begins too deep, insufficient parts included, Mounting options won't work till you can figure out how to screw it on.
    By Everett V. Miller 3
    Dolton Illinois
    February 23, 2017
    Versatile Holster
    I have a Sig 250 Compact 45acp. And I am left-handed, I couldn't find a holster nowhere for three wks. Cabelas had one lefty holster , all right hand were gone. Yes the screws and other parts could be better made. But 50 bucks
    ProsContinued ain t that bad. Fits my weapon well , and secure. Put together properly it's descent. I will keep mine, and make money. Safe and secure.
    ConsSome people cry about everything. If u don t like yours return it.
    By Chad
    Central Point, OR
    January 17, 2017
    Do Not Buy As a Duty Holster...
    I have a Sig Sauer P320 and other than Safariland, hard to find a holster with an attached light, so I thought I'd try the Omnivore. So this is a thumbdrive holster, and it does NOT have a chop block nor do I see one offered as an accessory. I tried to mount this holster to a Blackhawk duty belt loop and the screws are the wrong size to match, so duty and thigh holsters are NOT an option. If you are looking for a duty holster, look elsewhere. If you are looking for a holster with an attached light, (and perhaps a red dot like an RMR or Romeo 1) will use for CCW or plain clothes assignment where retention is not a major factor, this might be a decent choice. This is definitely not a "rough & tumble" type holster to make your choice accordingly.
    ProsFits decently with light and will work with red dot type sights. Thumb drive and works in belt and paddle mode. One size fits all.
    ConsZERO security with no chop block. Not suitable for uniformed duty use.
    By JS
    El Cajon, CA
    January 16, 2017
    Good, but could be better...
    I bought the light-bearing model (TLR1/2) and it does what its supposed to. It is a big holster with level 2 retention. Almost big enough to be a duty holster, but without the necessary retention to make it an appropriate duty holster. That said, it is perfect for admin carry or range officers. With some practice, drawing and holstering become quick and effortless. The holster I got fits pistols with TLR1 and TLR2 lights. If you use a TLR1, install the included spacer, otherwise the gun will wobble a fair amount while holstered. The handguns I've tried are: Glock 19 Glock 22 Glock 30 Sig 1911 w/rail (has ambi safety, fits perfectly) Sig SP2022 Springfield XD9 4" Springfield XD40 4"
    ProsLight Looks nice Fits lots of handgun models
    ConsToo big to conceal effectively Belt loops could be more robust (uses the same ones found on the CQC Serpa holsters)
    By Marcus
    January 15, 2017
    Super Functional!
    This holster is really functional if you are on duty or need something that doesn't require concealment. I have tried this on a 1911 and a Glock 19 with a TLR-1. Both guns held very secure with minimal movement in the holster. Unlike some holsters like the Safariland ALS holster the light does not catch on the edge of the holster because of the opening at the top of the holster and it does not require a "dropped" carry system. The adjustable thumb release is a great feature to get the best purchase on the firearm executing a drawing motion. Because the holster locks on the light the firearm will look as though it sits high in the holster with a 4" barrel but that is only because of the shape of the holster. The angled shape on the top of the holster allows for more room for your hand to grab the gun. If you are looking for a concealment holster this is a large holster so it is not optimal for that. That is the only reason it gets 4 stars.
    Pros-Universal fit with a lot of different firearms. -Clean drawing motion that won't catch the light on your firearm -Very secure fit and locking mechanism that is also adjustable in height -Its only $50 dollars!
    ConsIf you are looking to add a drop system from your belt the screws that come with the holster are too short because of the hardware that comes with the system. You will need to purchase the longer screws for any drop system that Blackhawk makes.
    By Walter
    Clarksburg WV
    January 8, 2017
    Nice holster
    Works well with my Walther Creed pistol. It's a bit big for concealed carry but can be done. Goes together easy and seems well built.
    ProsFits numerous firearms.
    ConsA bit large due to needing to fit numerous firearms.
    By Paul
    November 10, 2016
    Something sounds too good to be true, IT IS.
    When I opened this holster at first I was impressed. Sturdy, seemed well made, a handsome piece of equipment. As I started to assemble it the magic went away FAST. It seems that most of the SMALL metal screws were held in place by plastic and if over tightened they were going to strip out, a good hard tug may do it as well. I have small thumbs so even with the locking release at it's full height, it was a bit short for me to use. The belt loop attachments were a joke, very generic and cheaply made. Re-holstering was a total pain. The gun MUST go into the holster literally perfect or it wouldn't lock in. The retention once locked in was TIGHT, even after releasing some of the tension, the holster pulled away from the body as I drew the gun from the holster. I will be returning this product. I would not trust my life for any reason.
    ProsHandsome, light weight,
    ConsDifficult to draw or re-holster, screws were not secured very well, belt loop attachments were VERY generic(cheap) & weak. The release was loose and rattled.
    20 Questions & 24 Answers
    B. Britton
    from West Virginia asked:
    January 31, 2018
    Will this holster a Springfield Armory Loaded 1911 USMC Operators model with the surefire x400vir with laser?
    1 Answers
    Unfortunately I don’t see that handgun listed. The best thing to do is to use our holster finder: Which will only show you holsters with versions compatible with your gun.
    Customer Service
    on February 12, 2018

    from Michigan asked:
    January 10, 2018
    I have a sig P250 with a protec elite light. Will this fit?
    1 Answers
    Unfortunately no this will not work with that light.
    Customer Service
    on January 18, 2018

    Dan Pham
    from Texas asked:
    January 5, 2018
    Will it fit a USP 45 and M9(No rails)
    1 Answers
    Unfortunately I don’t see those handguns listed. The best thing to do is to use our holster finder: Which will only show you holsters with versions compatible with your gun.
    Customer Service
    on January 18, 2018

    deputy cooper
    from United States asked:
    November 17, 2017
    Will the Sig p320 compact got for this holster my Sgt. Just got it for his m&p 2.0 I want to get one but not waste money
    1 Answers
    Yes this will fit the 320.
    Customer Service
    on December 6, 2017

    from new lisbon, WI asked:
    November 7, 2017
    The inventory screen shows that you sell the light bearing model for the 300 series family of streamlight. Is there a different model holster for the tlr 1 or tlr 2 light?
    1 Answers
    Yes there are also versions listed for those lights.
    Customer Service
    on December 4, 2017

    Kyle O'Connell
    from Manitiba asked:
    October 16, 2017
    Will the model of this holster for the Trl1 work with a railed pistol that doesn't have a light attached?
    1 Answers
    Yes this will still work for a handgun without the light.
    Customer Service
    on November 28, 2017

    from Fl asked:
    August 16, 2017
    Will the Insight M-3 light fit in this holster?
    1 Answers
    No this will not work with that light.
    Customer Service
    on August 16, 2017

    from Dallas, Texas asked:
    August 1, 2017
    Will this holster fit a Glock 41
    1 Answers
    Yes they have that one listed on their fit chart.
    Customer Service
    on August 2, 2017

    from los angeles asked:
    July 1, 2017
    will it fit a hi point 9
    1 Answers
    Unfortunately I don’t see that handgun listed. The best thing to do is to use our holster finder: Which will only show you holsters with versions compatible with your gun.
    Customer Service
    on July 5, 2017

    from Fort Worth, Texas asked:
    April 25, 2017
    Will this fit a full size Kimber 1911 with Surefire x300u?
    1 Answers
    Unfortunately I don’t see that handgun listed. The best thing to do is to use our holster finder: Which will only show you holsters with versions compatible with your gun.
    Customer Service
    on April 27, 2017

    Bruce Rochester
    from Greer,SC asked:
    April 18, 2017
    Can you use a streamlight TRL-4 in a holster that is for a TRL 2?
    1 Answers
    Unfortunately from what I can find the TLR-4 is just slightly taller which may interfere. If your holster will accommodate the height difference then it will fit.
    Customer Service
    on April 20, 2017

    from canada asked:
    March 14, 2017
    will this holster attach to the thumbdrive thigh or spectra??
    1 Answers
    it should. the back side of the holster has the normal 3 holes like any of the other Blackhawk holsters I have seen
    on March 15, 2017
    from Thornton, IL

    from miramichi new brunswick asked:
    March 4, 2017
    will the belt loop fit a 2 inch belt?
    1 Answers
    I only use the holster so belt size is not a problem for me. That being said, it is a great holster. When I goto the range with several of my carry or full size pistols, all are setup to use with this holster. It makes for ideal use if you are doing unofficial competitions as well & can use multiple pistols.
    on March 6, 2017
    from Raleigh, NC

    from miramichi nb asked:
    March 3, 2017
    will this product fit on a 2" belt?
    2 Answers
    Yes, with the belt slide attachment it will fit a 2" belt. I have not tried the paddle attachment as of yet.
    on March 6, 2017
    from Chico, CA
    It will fit a 2 inch belt just follow the mounting instructions . Make sure you set the tension screw before permanent positioning.
    on March 7, 2017
    from Anderson, IN

    from SE PA asked:
    February 7, 2017
    Has anyone tried this with a VP-9 with TLR-1 mounted on it?
    1 Answers
    Yes that should work for your handgun as will these:
    Customer Service
    on February 15, 2017

    from San Diego, California asked:
    February 1, 2017
    Will this fit a compensated Glock 17 with x300UA weapon light? It's slightly longer than the G34.
    2 Answers
    The best thing to do will be to use our holster finder: Which will only show holsters with version compatible with your handgun.
    Customer Service
    on February 1, 2017
    It should fit the Glock 17, but with the light on it, I honestly don't know. For the 5 firearms that I rotate through it, it is an ideal holster. Saves money from having to buy 5 different ones. I hope that helps.
    on February 1, 2017
    from Raleigh, NC

    from TWentynine Palms, CA asked:
    January 20, 2017
    Will this holster fit a 1911 railed firearm; specifically the Springfield Armory MC Operator?
    2 Answers
    The best thing to do is to check the compatibility chart in the pictures. From what I can see it will not, however you can use our holster finder: which will only show holsters with versions compatible with your handgun.
    Customer Service
    on January 23, 2017
    The TLR model will fit 1911s, even ones with an ambi thumb safety. I don't know why Blackhawk won't add them to the list of supported pistols.
    on February 22, 2017
    from El Cajon, CA

    John Stillman
    from Tucson, AZ asked:
    January 14, 2017
    Will this holster fit FNH 45 caliber pistol ? Do you have two mag holder for double stack mags
    2 Answers
    I was able to add a fit chart to the item page which will be under the video, you should be able to see it tonight.
    Customer Service
    on January 16, 2017
    It should fit the rails BUT that firearm has large sights so it may be an issue
    on January 16, 2017
    from Hampton Bays, NY

    from Texas asked:
    January 3, 2017
    Will this holster fit the cqc ambidextrious molle attachment hardware
    1 Answers
    Short answer: Yes. Not sure what you mean by "cqc ambidextrous molle attachments". The holster is either right or left handed, and will attach to the molle attachment STRIKE device - either directly or via the quick disconnect attachment. Good luck and be safe.
    on January 4, 2017
    from NOVA, VA

    from Alvin, TX asked:
    December 14, 2016
    I own a Blackhawk Serpa holster for my Sig P229 Elite. Can I interchange the paddle from my Serpa with the belt loop attachment on this holster?
    1 Answers
    The short answer is YES. I was informed by Blackhawk that the Omnivore can use all of their accessories, which include the paddle, quick release attachment, and the belt loop attachment as well. Simply align the paddle to the holster, with the desired cant, and tighten the screws. You might even want to use some Loctite - Blue 242 on the screws. Enjoy your new holster.
    on December 14, 2016
    from Fairfax, VA

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