New for 2022: Safariland’s Limited Edition Tiger Stripe Camo Holsters

You’ll never feel like you’ve caught a tiger by the tail when you’re carrying with this new pattern from Safariland.

by posted on November 16, 2022
Safariland Environmental Yellow Drum No Firearm Tiger Stripe

Wild animal print patterns have adorned nearly every woman’s go-to accessories—shoes, scarves, belts and more—with the typical favorites being leopard and cheetah, with zebra or giraffe making an occasional appearance. Not often do we see the tiger pattern (especially tiger stripe camo) splashed on an item, which is why it pleases us to announce that Safariland has released its latest limited edition wrapped holster in Tiger Stripe Cordura camo, available for its  6354RDS and 6304RDS holsters.

“We’re going old-school by bringing Safariland fans holsters specifically in Tiger Stripe camo,” said Safariland Vice President of Marketing & Commercial Sales Tim Drnec. “As the demand for these holsters continues to grow, we’re excited to bring these limited-edition products to market and give our customers what they’re asking for.” 

The Tiger Stripe camo pattern will be available in the 6354RDS holster paired with the QLS 19 Locking Fork. This holster is specifically designed to fit firearms with red dot sights. The Automatic Locking System (ALS) is an internal locking device that retains the firearm in all directions providing an extra measure of security. 

Additionally, the 6304RDS holster provides an additional measure of security, protecting the firearm with both the ALS and SLS (Self-Locking System) systems—two distinct retention devices that continue to set the standard for all Duty Rated holsters.

For more information on Safariland’s Tiger Stripe camo holsters, visit safariland.com.

  

 

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