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Safariland Model 6354DO ALS Optic Tactical Holster for Red Dot Optic ( Type: Glock 34 w/ X300U & Dr.Sight CDR )

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$233.99

Quick Overview

The 6354DO features the Automatic Locking System (ALS) and is specifically made for use with red dot optic-equipped weapons. This holster is available with an infrared signature reducing Cordura nylon finish in several US military issue colors and camouflage. It also features a double leg strap leg shroud which includes mounting holes for optional accessories. The 6354DO incorporates the Safariland 3-hole pattern allowing the user to mount the holster in various configurations with the use of the Quick Locking System (QLS).
Safariland Model 6354DO ALS Optic Tactical Holster for Red Dot Optic ( Type: Glock 34 w/ X300U & Dr.Sight CDR )

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$233.99

Details

• ALS® (Automatic Locking System) secures weapon once holstered; simple straight up draw once release is deactivated

• Open-top design without SLS for quick retrieval of weapon

• For use with red dot optic-equipped weapons

• Cordura™ nylon-wrap finish reduces Infrared (IR) Signature

• SafariLaminate™ thermal-molded construction protects handgun and sights

• Adjustable vertical leg strap

• Standard double strap leg shroud with mounting holes for optional accessories

• Leg strap features silicone strips for non-slip traction

• Suede lined to protect handgun's finish

• Available in MultiCam®, Ranger Green, Coyote, Khaki, or Black finishes

• Available for Glock 17, 22, 19, 23, 34, 35 weapons with and without light

Additional Information

Product Name Safariland Model 6354DO ALS Optic Tactical Holster for Red Dot Optic ( Type: Glock 34 w/ X300U & Dr.Sight CDR )
SKU / Code. SL-6354DO-6832
Manufacturer / Brand SAFARILAND
Major Built Material Kydex & Cordura™ nylon-wrap finish reduces Infrared (IR) Signature
Firearm Model Note Description
Size N/A

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