Safariland Adds New IncogX Holsters For Smith & Wesson Models

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Safariland has added new holster fits to the IncogX line for a range of popular Smith & Wesson pistols. The new fitments are for the M&P 2.0, Equalizer, Shield, Shield EZ, and Shield Plus. Safariland offers a variety of accessory fitments for popular red dot sights and weapon lights, as well as an optional spare magazine caddy.

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The IncogX holster was designed in collaboration with Haley Strategic Partners. It is a tuckable IWB holster with a Boltaron body wrapped in microsuede. Safariland includes a range of shims to customize the belt clip placement. The IncogX has retention on both the ejection port and trigger guard. Prices range from $92.50 without a mag caddy to $122.50 with a mag caddy. These new S&W holsters are available for order now with a listed lead time of five days.

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From the manufacturer:

Safariland®, a brand of The Safariland Group, a leading global provider of safety products designed for the public safety, military, professional and outdoor markets and one of Cadre Holdings, Inc.’s (NYSE: CDRE) (“Cadre”) key brands, is excited to announce the release of new fits for the redesigned, RDS compatible IWB IncogX® holster. The IncogX, developed in partnership with Haley Strategic Partners, now accommodates the Smith & Wesson Shield, Shield+, Shield EZ, and M&P models.

“We are thrilled to provide Safariland and Haley Strategic customers with new fits for their favorite firearms,” said Tim Drnec, VP of Marketing for Safariland. “The IncogX, with its advanced features and exceptional versatility, ensures that users can carry their Smith & Wesson handguns confidently and comfortably.”

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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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  • BeoBear BeoBear on Mar 29, 2024

    $100 for $2 worth of kydex and $2 worth of parts. Back when you paid $100+ for a leather holster that has to be cut from premium hide, stained, cut to fit, prepped, sewn and the edges finished you could justify the price. Today they just cut a piece of plastic, heat it, pop it in a press and screw it together and charge you the same price and we pay it. One of these days a holster manufacturer is going to rise who only charges a reasonable profit margin and that manufacturer will change the game. Or at least I hope so.