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Thread: 2019 State of Red Dot Sight Duty Holsters

  1. #11
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    Quote Originally Posted by Up1911Fan View Post
    Took almost 4 months and several phone calls to get my RDS from Safariland. Biggest complaint besides the wait is the inability to use a pressure switch on the light.
    Take your wife's blow dryer and heat it up as you create a channel for it. I just did it a few days ago, as I placed my DG switch back on my X300U. Takes about 5-10 minutes.

  2. #12
    Quote Originally Posted by brooklynbacon View Post
    Take your wife's blow dryer and heat it up as you create a channel for it. I just did it a few days ago, as I placed my DG switch back on my X300U. Takes about 5-10 minutes.
    Guys at work are doing this with the issue ALS holsters and a heat gun.

    pat

  3. #13
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    I received a 6390 RDS in 3 weeks with Cordura multicam even after ordering during there 40% September sale event. WRS is complete junk. Just wait for the right gear, as it is not something to cheap out on or get something that’s “good enough”.

  4. #14
    Squared Away Customs in Enfield nh makes Kydex duty holsters that use the Safariland SLS hood and belt loop. The make holsters for Rome equiped guns.Ymmv

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    Member Erick Gelhaus's Avatar
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    Have used modified 6280s for patrol and teaching. They will suffice, but they're not ideal.

    Have one of the new purpose-built Safariland holsters; however, it is weirdly snug, and I can't find the friction point(s).

    Hadn't heard about Squared Away Customs as a possible duty alternative. There is also Long's Shadow Holsters. I am planning on trying a Spetz Gear holster to see, one way or another.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Erick Gelhaus View Post
    Have used modified 6280s for patrol and teaching. They will suffice, but they're not ideal.

    Have one of the new purpose-built Safariland holsters; however, it is weirdly snug, and I can't find the friction point(s).

    Hadn't heard about Squared Away Customs as a possible duty alternative. There is also Long's Shadow Holsters. I am planning on trying a Spetz Gear holster to see, one way or another.

    I believe Long Shadow Holsters use the blade tech WRS, which by all accounts is shite.

    I think I am going to go and find a old SLS, kill it, take the hood, and then have a custom guy use that to make a custom duty holster for the Staccato P Duo.

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    Member Erick Gelhaus's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by gskip View Post
    I believe Long Shadow Holsters use the blade tech WRS, which by all accounts is shite.

    I think I am going to go and find a old SLS, kill it, take the hood, and then have a custom guy use that to make a custom duty holster for the Staccato P Duo.
    Thanks for that info.

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