The Triple Play is a holster designed for uniform carry by law enforcement or security. However, with an optional paddle, it can be converted to a concealment holster that rides outside of the waistband. DeSantis uses Kydex and other polymers in the construction of this rig.
The company states the rig can be fitted with one or two “Redi-Loks” for increased security against weapon grabs. DeSantis does not list these as add-ons on the holster’s order page, nor does the company further describe them. However, looking at other holsters the company offers with the Redi-Lok device, it would appear that this is an active retention system that is released by pushing a lever with the thumb on the inside of the holster. Presumably, another Redi-Lok device is a paddle-like contraption on the outside of the holster shown in the photo above.
Currently, DeSantis Gunhide is making the Triple Play holster for the typical Glock models: 17, 19, 22, 23, 31 and 32. The design of the rig allows it to be used with a red dot (reflex) optic installed on the handgun. The company set the suggested retail price at $69.99.