New Holster: Safariland 7TS Holster for Glock and Sig Sauer

7TS 7360 Holster with Light

Safariland announced the expansion of the 7TSTM Holster Series with new fits for the Glock 17/22 and 19/23 with the most popular lights, and new fits for the Sig Sauer P220R/P226R, P227 full-size/compact and the P229R. These are the first fits to be introduced for firearms with lights in the 7TS series.

These new fits are offered in a variety of duty, tactical and concealment models. The six models available for Glock 17/22 and 19/23 accommodate the ITI M3, Streamlight TLR-1, and Surefire X200, X300, or X300U lights.

There are nineteen 7TS Series holster fits for the rail and non-railed Sig Sauer P220R/P226R, P227 full- size/compact and P229R firearms.

The 7TS holster series have gained in popularity since they were released in 2013. The injection-molded holsters are constructed of a proprietary nylon blend called SafariSevenTM. The blend is impervious to extreme heat and cold (-50 degrees to +300 degrees, Fahrenheit), is non-abrasive to the firearm’s finish and features a special construction that strengthens the holster body.

The 7TS holster models are priced from $49.50 – $199.00 and are available in Black and FDE Brown. You can find more information (and ordering details) at Safariland’s website, http://www.safariland.com/dutygear/duty/safariseven.aspx.



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  • Tim U

    How tight is the fit? Could one of these be adapted to other pistols with a light?

  • Stan Darsh

    Always leaving Glock 20/21 owners out in the cold.