Safariland Adds Wolf Gray Holster Options

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by Daniel Y
Safariland Adds Wolf Gray Holster Options

Safariland has expanded their line of holsters to include certain Wolf Gray models. This is great news for fans of tactical goods who want the full head-to-toe CTSFO gray look.

Safariland @ TFB:

At this time, these color options are only available for the 6304RDS and 6354RDS models. Both of those holsters are tactical retention models which accept slide-mounted red dot sights. They also both come equipped with the QLS 19 locking fork, which allows for easy attachment to receiver plates on thigh platforms or belt mounts.

6304RDS with ALS and SLS

These models differ in the retention method, with the 6354RDS using the ALS system and the 6304RDS using both the ALS and SLS systems. The 6354RDS is also available for the FN 509, which is not an option for the 6304RDS. Both models offer fits for various Glock, SIG Sauer, Staccato, and Smith & Wesson models.

Both models come with a QLS locking fork for easy mounting

The Wolf Gray holsters are only available direct from Safariland and are available for order now. The 6304RDS retails for $247.50 and the 6354RDS retails for $223.50.

From Safariland:


Safariland introduces the Wolf Gray
6304RDS and 6354RDS optic ready holster.

Wolf Gray is one of the more commonly used grayscale colors in law enforcement, SWAT, military, operational groups, and everyday civilian life. This shade meets a growing need for a low-profile color option that provides a tactical advantage when maneuvering through urban environments and allows for better contrast in low light to no light situations.

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Daniel Y
Daniel Y

AKA @fromtheguncounter on Instagram. Gun nerd, reloader, attorney, and mediocre hunter. Daniel can still be found on occasion behind the counter at a local gun store. When he is not shooting, he enjoys hiking, camping, and rappelling around Utah.

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  • Suppressed Suppressed on Apr 08, 2022

    I love their holsters and I love gray, so this is cool.

    But, I would much rather see them make holsters for the P80 NotAGlocks. I actually talked to someone at Safariland about this around a year ago during a call about something else. After getting spoken down to about how making plastic molds are expensive and a certain amount of holsters have to be sold to turn a profit (despite my protests claiming I’m familiar with the concept), they told me they didn’t think there were enough P80s out there to justify their initial investment. I politely tried to inform them there are a lot more of them out there than they think, if for no other reason than a big part of the idea behind them is not knowing who all bought them. I mean, they’re making Staccato-specific holsters and I guarantee there are at least 10 P80s for every Staccato in the wild. Hell, there’s probably at least 5 for every FN 509.

    One might say, yeah but your average P80 owner wouldn’t be willing to spend the money for a quality Safariland holster like a (insert brand) owner would, but I wouldn’t agree. A lot of P80 owners (myself included) spent the price of a complete OEM firearm just to buy a stripped slide, so we’re not afraid to spend for a holster. I just really want someone from Safariland to read this and start making P80 holsters, G17 RDS model in multicam cordura first plz.

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    • Beju Beju on Apr 11, 2022

      @iksnilol The US Marshals Service put them through their testing regimen, and a lot of municipal agencies figure, "Well, the Fed boys are going to do more testing than we could pay for, so I guess it's good to go."

  • Lt_Scrounge Lt_Scrounge on Apr 10, 2022

    I'm personally not a Safariland fan. I generally make my own leather holsters anyway but they really ticked me off when I ordered one of their Safarilaminate holsters that they claimed was suede lined and all it had was two strips of suede in it. I line every holster I make and no customer would accept a strip of leather on each side as a lining.