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Polymer Duty Holster for S&W 67?

Discussion in 'Handguns: Revolvers' started by Akeva41, Jan 22, 2011.

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  1. Akeva41

    Akeva41 Member

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    I carry a 67 in a leather Safariland triple retention holster and was wondering if anyone knows of a polymer holster with retention for revolvers? In order to draw from my current holster I have to unsnap 2 buttons then push down and rock my weapon to the rear then present. I Have a BH Serpa for my 1911's and I like just having to press the release to get to my weapon. Any help would be appreciated.
     
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    Safariland 6280

    Level II retention offered in Basket weave, plain, high gloss, and sxt tac.
     
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    Thanks, I have seen this model and tried to talk my lieutenant into letting me use it but our dept requires level III sorry I forgot to put that in the post. We use the 070 from Safariland.
     
  4. Lucky Derby

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    Level III for a revolver, I do believe you have the only option. I have used that same holster when I carried a M10 on duty. I also carried a Sig P220 in one. I really like that holster. Practice is the key. Do about 40 presentations a day from the holster with an unloaded gun for a month. You will get very fast with it. You are also very safe from gun grabs with that holster. But remember NO holster is 100% grab proof.
     
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    I'm proficient with my current holster. My only concern is having to draw if I am sitting in one our squad cars. We currently have a light/siren setup that has a large center console. It's great to rest your arm on when things are quiet but is trouble if you need to draw pinned in the vehicle.
     
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