Gear: Safariland 070 Level III Holster

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Safariland 070 Level III Holster

Safariland
Category: Firearms, Tasers & Accessories
Subcategory: Holsters
Price: $129.99
Average Rating:
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Description:

Safariland holsters are among the most technologically advanced police holsters in service today. The Safariland 070 SS III duty holster features a top snap thumb break, middle finger release tab, patented molded ejection port or cylinder detent and decoy side strap which together provide the highest possibly degree of weapon retention. The Safariland 070 duty holsters have a mid-ride belt position and slightly forward cant to assure both a comfortable carry, and when properly drawn, a smooth release in a single natural motion. This model will keep the OBL (old belt loop) system. Features: Level 3 retention duty holster Suede lined black Safari-Laminate Mid-ride Choose from basketweave, plain, nylon or gloss finish Available for pistols and revolvers Fits belts up to 2.25"

Member Reviews

  • Multimed_max30
    Beef_stew, Tue, 23 Oct 2007 03:46:28 UTC.
    1st review

    Nice product, take a couple days to get the draw down good, I still use it tho

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    Anonymous, Tue, 23 Oct 2007 11:55:16 UTC.

    It's the only one I have ever used and I am used to it.....It will be the next one I get when this one wears out

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    Tony_Riffel, Tue, 23 Oct 2007 14:24:31 UTC.

    In uniform this is the ONLY holster I'll wear.

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    jay_2081, Tue, 23 Oct 2007 16:32:51 UTC.

    I like it a lot. You have to practice, but it becomes second nature. Good product.

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    jturack, Sun, 28 Oct 2007 17:00:46 UTC.

    Takes a bit to break in, about 500 draws (both you and the holster). Great retention and wearability.

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    viperrob8, Sat, 03 Nov 2007 04:56:10 UTC.

    I have this one for my revolver. It takes a bit to get used too, but a little practice and I am getting a quicker draw.

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    payner6165, Sun, 11 Nov 2007 12:35:07 UTC.

    Love this holster. Never had a single issue with it. My whole duty belt is made up of safarieland products/basketweave/with hidden snaps.

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    PETE114, Thu, 15 Nov 2007 02:59:16 UTC.

    This is a MUST have for all law enforcement. I've seen it work in action with a guy on PCP tearin on it for about 5 mins during a 1 on 1 fight. The only thing that happened to it was the metal (holding the holster to the duty belt) was bent into an "L". The pistol stayed holstered. This saved our officer's life that night. Wish they could make something similar for pistols with tactical lights.

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  • Evil_max30
    Scurge, Tue, 27 Nov 2007 00:54:07 UTC.

    Secure, yes. Used one for a Sig P220, 1911 and a Glock. It is slow out of the holster and slow back (relatively speaking of course). It is possible to take the weapon out if the finger snap is not secured. Better holsters are available. So far no one has put rounds on target before me using this holster when I was using an SLS (reasonably secure) holster or a Tactical Desgin labs holster (very secure). I will try the ALS next, I am undecided on it as of yet. It is a fine balance between seure and fast.

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    Jethro1984, Sat, 08 Dec 2007 03:41:47 UTC.

    This holster takes awhile to break in, but once broken in it offers a very fluid draw. I like it.

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    ccso8462, Wed, 19 Dec 2007 23:00:40 UTC.

    Carried my SIG 220 in this for a few years. I particularly liked the higher ride of this holster as it let me cover my gun with my elbow, which is comforting in crowded situations. The draw takes some time to get used to and you must practice. I also found it helpful to wear it slightly forward on my duty belt so it was easier to draw while seated in a vehicle.

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    policedad3, Thu, 27 Dec 2007 06:50:46 UTC.

    This is the best duty holster ever created. I still have my first one. New the back snap can be difficult, but once you've broken it in its the best.

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    jakesdad, Thu, 27 Dec 2007 18:19:39 UTC.

    A great holster. I'm in plain clothes now but when I don the uniform it is the only holster I like.

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    Anonymous, Thu, 03 Jan 2008 03:44:11 UTC.

    That's the only kind I ever used too. Very hard to break in. Still I don't understand how anyone could ever use a bucket....

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    dlbtcpd3, Tue, 08 Jan 2008 04:59:58 UTC.

    This product works and can save your life. A while back I was involved in a struggle with a bad guy, he grabbed for my gun but all he was able to do is lift me up by it.

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    csdofc110, Sat, 12 Jan 2008 11:30:20 UTC.

    I have to agree with most of the other posts on this one. I use this holster, and it is the only one I will use. I have had it tested once, and it never moved. It did take some practice getting used to it though. But now it rides well, draws smooth, and can save your life in a fight!

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    skippy727, Wed, 16 Jan 2008 03:08:18 UTC.

    I ahve this holster for my S & W, love it. It was given to me by a close friend so it was already broken in. Love it!!!!

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    BlueDawg, Thu, 17 Jan 2008 12:54:46 UTC.

    I agree with everyone else that this is a good holster. Secure and one broken in can be fast to draw from. Over the years we have continually broken a number of the shanks where it attaches to the belt. One even ripped completely off the belt. It was becoming a more common problem since we switched to them about 7 years ago. We are phasing them out now for the new Safariland Raptor holster. Same basic principle but with the newer materials and design it should be more reliable over the long run.

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    Totalpackage93, Thu, 17 Jan 2008 14:19:15 UTC.

    Great holster comfortable to carry and secures weapon well. A deputy I work with got in a tussle with a guy. The guy tried to get the deputies weapon. He grad the gun but was unable to get weapon. He even lift him up off the ground trying to get his weapon. Of course he went to jail the hard way.

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    bad_LT, Thu, 17 Jan 2008 15:25:58 UTC.

    I replaced my department issue with this holster

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    Anonymous, Thu, 24 Jan 2008 03:43:48 UTC.

    I replaced my department issued holster with the 0705 model. It is the same as this one, but with a 1 1/2" drop. Does take a while to break in, but as a duty holster, it is by far the best I have used. The retention level on this product is a must for all road officers.

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    brooklynsergeant, Thu, 24 Jan 2008 21:39:16 UTC.

    Used it from 1996 - 2007, never had a problem with it. The instuctions, I know who needs those stinken instrctions, any way they are a must read. You should be able to draw and reholster with one hand not looking at it. Yes, it takes time to break in, but you must if you want tofeel confident wearing it. A Safariland Representative to ease the breaking in period, spray the inside with a good silicone spray, let it dry. If you have diffculty in closing the snaps, heat tem up with a hairdryer, not a flamless torch, then streach the strap over the back of the slide, do the same for the trigger guard snap also, DO BOTH WITH AN UNLOADED FIREARM, this procedure will make the break in go a lot faster.

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    CoolBreeze540, Thu, 24 Jan 2008 22:26:53 UTC.

    In the short time I used this holster, it was one of the best. I actually have a left handed one for a Sig P-226 if anyone is interested. Gently used. Hell, still looks new. Comes with a dbl mag case for the Sig magazines. $80.00

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    Anonymous, Fri, 25 Jan 2008 04:56:07 UTC.

    I have carried three Safariland holsters so far in my career, and I can't imagine ever replacing this one. I bought one after it finally sank in via ODMP just how many brothers and sisters were getting their guns taken away. With this holster, plus PPCT, there is no way anyone is ever getting my gun! It really didn't take that much practice to build up the memory so that I could qualify with it; I probably had about an hour alone with it before qualifying. Since then (about 2 years now) it has become muscle memory and I can get my SIG P229 out of it pretty fast. Personaly, I decided that the extra fraction of an instant it takes on the draw is worth the extra security from a gun-grab. I use it for bicycle patrol too, and I have never had trouble drawing from it with gloves on either. Best holster in Safariland's line! The only reason I don't give it 5 stars is because you can't use it with weapon-mounted lights. :(

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    Anonymous, Fri, 25 Jan 2008 05:01:34 UTC.

    It has a natural draw and great retention level. Good product.

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    smatthews, Fri, 25 Jan 2008 06:52:49 UTC.

    I STARTED WITH IT AND IT AND I ALSO WILL GET ANOTHER ONE. GREAT HOLSTER. REAL GOOD IF SOMEONE TRIES TO GRAB YOUR WEAPON...

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    matt2749, Fri, 08 Feb 2008 03:40:55 UTC.

    the retention is awesome and it is not hard to get the muscle memory down to draw quickly and smoothly.

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    gruntdeputy, Fri, 08 Feb 2008 23:37:11 UTC.

    Over my 30-year career I carried 6 different uniform duty holsters, and the 070 was by far the best of all of them. This is an excellent holster and no one should be intimidated by learning a new draw.

    I DID NOT have any difficulty in learning the new draw, even though it was the opposite from what I had been using for many years. I will share that technique with any LEO who wants to PM me.

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    Anonymous, Thu, 14 Feb 2008 03:43:30 UTC.

    Make sure you take a few days to get used to this holster. Excellent retention...once you get used to it, it's the best and safest holster out there.

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    FULTON_372, Fri, 22 Feb 2008 23:08:51 UTC.

    Saved my life more than 3 times -- I don't roll on-duty without it period .

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    12345678900123, Mon, 03 Mar 2008 18:15:57 UTC.

    A great holster...I have used one since 2000...

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    Anonymous, Sun, 09 Mar 2008 01:46:47 UTC.

    Worst holster on the market. Half the time the alledged safety strap won't even snap.(the majority of our agency doesn't even snap it. After repeated use, the thumb snap comes lose at the slightest touch. I perfer the Safariland model 295, which I used at my previous agency, but my agancy only authorizes this holster. I use it because I have to. No other reason

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    jksouth, Mon, 31 Mar 2008 03:01:10 UTC.

    It does'nt quite act as a level 3 hoslter with my smith and wesson 40 ve. put a 40 cal sig in it and you can here it snap. my s&w does'nt snap when i put it the holster, i have to actually use the secondary snap or someone could easily disarm me. but it's the only holster i could find for the s&w 40ve.

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    john17, Fri, 04 Apr 2008 07:47:46 UTC.

    One of the best holsters that I have owned

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    mstrts1, Wed, 09 Apr 2008 03:47:12 UTC.

    I have used this holster for 10 years and its still going strong. I know of nothing that could improve its use or durability. Thanks Safariland!

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    josephpina, Wed, 23 Apr 2008 20:32:05 UTC.

    I woud like to have a more clear brochure sent to me if possible my add:
    JR Pina P.O. box 2118 Fairfield Ca. 94533

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  • Ddowdey_max30
    ddowdey, Mon, 05 May 2008 02:26:47 UTC.

    Excellent holster. I have used this style for several years and have not had any problems with this holster. I would not give this holster up for anything less.

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    goodlight, Mon, 05 May 2008 16:08:03 UTC.

    i love mine!

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    Anonymous, Tue, 06 May 2008 18:47:37 UTC.

    This holster is awsome, I have seen perps attempt to remove the weapon without sucsess. Save your like in a bad situation.

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    aaa111, Wed, 07 May 2008 00:20:55 UTC.

    used to carry one of these. great holster.

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    pikepole15, Wed, 07 May 2008 00:53:36 UTC.

    Expensive, but beautiful! Oh yeah, plus it works good too :)

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    csupd106, Wed, 07 May 2008 19:16:39 UTC.

    Hands down the best holster I have ever used. Like most others have said, it takes some time to break it in but once you do its great.

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    usmc6531, Sat, 24 May 2008 21:59:03 UTC.

    Works well, but there are other holsters out there that allow for quicker draw.

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    bobbyjones, Wed, 11 Jun 2008 03:44:45 UTC.

    i cant get the trigger snap snapped, but other than that,,,,its a good holster

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    wjsekula, Wed, 11 Jun 2008 15:29:29 UTC.

    Gone through 2 in 14 years. Good holster

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    GeorgeDatum, Sat, 21 Jun 2008 10:48:51 UTC.

    I have owned this holster for over a year now. amazing holster wouldnt cary anything else.

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    Posse44, Mon, 07 Jul 2008 01:57:50 UTC.

    If they could make one of these for a Kimber TLE/RL II with a light, I would run out and get one. Great holster.

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    timh5163, Thu, 10 Jul 2008 14:40:49 UTC.

    I carry a Beretta 92 and my SIG 226 in this holster and like the security function of it. If they made it in a high ride I think I would love it. I have a very long torso and my gun is low for me. I have used other holsters in the past, but I keep coming back to this one. We also issue the XD-9 but I can't seem to find this holster to fit it.

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    natcpopo, Mon, 14 Jul 2008 09:53:47 UTC.

    I loved this holster. I used it at my last department. It took a while to get used to it but once you get used to it I think it is the best holster out there. There were no fears that if you were involved in a ground fight with a suspect that he could get your gun. The snap on the inside of the hoslter was not visible and the bad guy and he did not know it was there keepng the gun safe.

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    Radar702, Fri, 18 Jul 2008 07:01:24 UTC.

    Excellent holster. Like others have said, once you got used to it, all was fine.

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    police4lfe, Sun, 20 Jul 2008 17:58:31 UTC.

    I'm gonna give this holster 5 stars for now because i've heard great things about it and i just ordered one and haven't received it yet... i just hope it's as good as my Raptor. we'll find out soon.

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    djcrash215, Mon, 04 Aug 2008 04:12:45 UTC.

    I used this holster and loved it. Practice and you can be just as fast with it!

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    Rck, Sun, 31 Aug 2008 03:48:07 UTC.

    i have used this holster for almost ten years, I think it is the best holster on the market. i recomend any one carrying a weapon in close quarters to prisoners or arestees on a frequent basis buy one. it has an easy smooth draw and is not easy for a person to take your weapon from you in a fight or while taking in to custody.

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    LT_PIG, Mon, 01 Sep 2008 21:09:34 UTC.

    Best all around patrol holster. The Rapture ain't got poop on this bad boy!!

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    jcsd2407, Sun, 14 Sep 2008 10:23:12 UTC.

    Though it is a good holster, I cannot recommend it to everyone. Due to its' cant I was never able to get comfortable with the draw. I also had an issue with it digging into my hip when I walked. At least five deputies I work with carry it, but I can't.

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    BILLN, Sun, 28 Sep 2008 14:55:56 UTC.

    THE BEST HOLSTER (IN MY OPINION) FOR UNIFORM PATROL DUTY. THE CADILLAC OF DUTY HOLSTERS.

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    BILLY3476, Wed, 01 Oct 2008 00:52:52 UTC.

    SIX YEARS IN SERVICE AND NO PROBLEMS. TAKES A LITTLE PRACTICE BUT IT IS A VERY SECURE HOLSTER.

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    Anonymous, Thu, 06 Nov 2008 21:59:23 UTC.

    This is a great holster and is by far the most popular out there amongst LEO's. The only reason I don't give this holster a five star rating is because it's somewhat slow out of the holster and back in. I trust my life with this holster and practice with it regularly. Perfect practice makes perfect!! I also like that it is a mid-ride holster and that it's a level III.

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    chucky, Wed, 12 Nov 2008 07:56:34 UTC.

    i just put this holster on my belt 3 days ago, 11/08/08, and i love it...when approaching a vehicle, able to unlatch on locking mechanism, and still have to locked to prevent suspect from trying to take your gun in a fight...if have to draw quickly, one lock is unlocked and the other two are quick and easy to undo..i recommend this to every

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    Anonymous, Thu, 20 Nov 2008 03:06:07 UTC.

    I've bought a new holster every 5 years. I am on my third Safariland 070 Level III holster. Excellent retention.

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    motorcop5701, Wed, 03 Dec 2008 13:49:48 UTC.

    This holster rocks....... I have one for each of my duty weapons. I have one other custom, Tod Blocker holster for working motors (4' drop full swivel.)

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    trooper_hughes, Sun, 28 Dec 2008 08:14:44 UTC.

    I love this holster. Takes a little getting use to but it becomes like second nature.

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    rcrpowell, Sun, 15 Feb 2009 03:01:22 UTC.

    I like this holster. I have not had any problems with this holster. Easy to holster and unholster my Glock.

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    BSALLEN305, Mon, 16 Feb 2009 00:24:36 UTC.

    GOD HOLSTER BUT YOU REALLY NEED TO PRACTICE WITH IT BEFORE DUTY CARRY CAN BE CONFUSING TO DRAW FROM WHEN FIRST USING

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    Canine_Jaap, Sun, 22 Feb 2009 06:09:25 UTC.

    Love it. Wont carry anything else

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    Anonymous, Sat, 28 Feb 2009 16:44:24 UTC.

    Loved this holster. Had one for years until my department switched to the Beretta PX4 Storm. Holster not available for this gun.

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    cppd402, Sun, 15 Mar 2009 08:34:14 UTC.

    I have carried this holster for 6 years and love it. It is dependable and easy to use. But before you carry it practice using it first so you understand how it works.

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    spd370, Thu, 26 Mar 2009 22:48:10 UTC.

    This is still a great choice for retention and quality. The downside is that you cannot have a rail mounted light attached and still utilize this holster. That's my dislike. With practice, and I'm talking about 500 draws to build muscle memory and make the motions more fluid, you can easily clear leather and take care of buisiness. If you're a slug and don't practice with your equipment as it is drilled into your head and training and is basically common sense...well...that speaks for itself. I would never carry a top gun holster where all I had to rely on in a fight for my life was a thumb break. This is 2009, not 1979.

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    jlu492, Wed, 29 Apr 2009 18:51:54 UTC.

    Love this holster. Its a great blend of retention vs weapon availability. Agree with what was said before, that you aren't able to use a rail light with this holster...something more and more common these days.

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    Anonymous, Wed, 06 May 2009 03:59:43 UTC.

    I give this holster a four out of five. Its a great security holster and hits most weapons well. Only draw back is when you first get it you really have to work with it. It wasvery stiff and the lower snap did not like to fit real well. I used shaving cream to break it in.

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    FRLEO2426, Wed, 20 May 2009 22:27:01 UTC.

    Great product... switched from the 6280 SLS dual to the 070... it has taken me a while to get the nice, smooth draw down but I will surely be buying this holster again when it comes time to replace it.

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    utpd107, Thu, 23 Jul 2009 01:39:50 UTC.

    i've carried this same holster for 8 1/2 years now love the way it works. i had times where suspects was checking my holster as if they where going to try and take my weapon but won't really sure how it works .

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    DoctorKO, Wed, 29 Jul 2009 23:27:13 UTC.

    Though this holster is quite secure, and not that hard to draw from, I give it a three because of two design flaws. Many of our holsters had to have the belt loop shanks replaced as they cracked and split. This happened around two or three years after we transitioned to semi autos. I also discovered another flaw...the top strap stretches and cracks after time. Safariland was not too willing to replace the holster.
    I know nothing lasts forever, but I got fifteen years out of my Smith and Wesson Security Plus holster, and gave it to another officer who remained with revolvers. The Safariland lasted ten. For a buck thirty, it should last a career!

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    VAPD1433, Sun, 09 Aug 2009 09:50:59 UTC.

    The standard for duty holster retention.

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    Anonymous, Thu, 04 Mar 2010 01:35:23 UTC.

    I love this holster. Not only from a Grade A company (in my opinion) but a very safe/practical holster if your looking for top quality and excellent weapon retention. Priced fairly, overal my favorite duty holster.

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    amyandjoshmartin, Tue, 09 Mar 2010 05:01:34 UTC.

    Great holster overall, out of all the level III retentions I have used, I'll always carry this holster on my hip, awesome retentions, awesome quick and reliable draw, everytime!

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    CenTexCop, Tue, 29 Mar 2011 17:05:00 UTC.

    Carried this for years before moving to an agency that didn't approve it for carry. Finally, they have and I'm back to this tried-and-true performer. The one thing that drives me nuts about this (and for that matter, most thumb-break holsters) is the tendency for the top strap to get in the way during reholster, keeping the pistol from properly seating. Given that you're usually reholstering after drawing your gun on a dangerous suspect, having difficulty resecuring your weapon when your attention needs to be on the bad guy is a BAD THING. Safariland solved this with the rotating hood concept, but again agency restrictions keep me from carrying the Raptor which I think is a better bit of engineering. Since I can't carry that, the SSIII remains my choice for retention.

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    disposable_her0, Wed, 02 Nov 2011 18:17:44 UTC.

    great holster. i love the right height and the fact that it is extremely hard to get the gun our if you aren't wearing it.

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    campo35, Fri, 14 Jun 2013 20:45:59 UTC.

    I used this holster for my Smith and Wesson 5906 for less than a year. It was bulky, but you could work around that. My issue with it was that you had so many snaps and straps to undo to get your weapon out and up. I'm used to a traditional top thumb break and then you present the weapon. The middle finger release tab wouldn't snap properly on mine either, which irked me. I know a suspect couldn't get the weapon off my hip though, because I couldn't half the time even with practice!

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