Gear: Safariland Raptor Holster 6070


Safariland Raptor Holster 6070

Category: Firearms, Tasers & Accessories
Subcategory: Holsters
Price: $125
Average Rating:
(20 Votes)

Model 6070 Raptor™ Level III, Mid-Ride UBL Available Level III or Level IV (with optional Sentry) Middle finger release tab Level II security upon reholstering -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Watch it in action! Three uniquely designed accessories for the SLS holster system. By adding the 6001 you have converted your holster to a higher level of security. Available for Model 6004, 6005, 6280, 6281, 6285, 6295, 62955, 6518 and RAPTOR™ and ALS™ SLS holsters. Available with Hood Guard, Sentry or Hood Guard Sentry combination installed on the holster. Sample Code with Hood Guard installed: 6070-73-61-H Sample code with Sentry installed: 6070-73-61-S Sample code with Hood Guard Sentry Sentry installed: 6070-73-61-SH The following holsters are now available for LEVITATION™ System. Contact customer service on availability of other gun models. Sample Code: 56070-73-61 Also available with 2" (50mm) belt loop slot. Sample Code 6070-73-61-2

Member Reviews

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    Zun, Tue, 30 Oct 2007 21:39:13 UTC.
    1st review

    This holster is really fast on the draw and has great retention capabilities. It is really easy to holster while keeping your eyes on the bad guy. The only draw back is that you really have to practice with this type of holster. If you don't practice with it, your pistol can get hung up on the draw. I've been wearing this holster for almost 6 years and it is one of the best I have had.

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    MIMI, Tue, 06 Nov 2007 07:37:49 UTC.

    DOES ANYONE KNOW IF THEY MAKE A HI RIDE ..........Safariland Raptor

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    AFT74, Thu, 08 Nov 2007 02:32:50 UTC.

    Love this holster I've had it for about two years but you must practice with this holster it is a little wierd at first but once you get use to it it is very fast

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    Anonymous, Wed, 28 Nov 2007 07:04:59 UTC.

    Awesome holster. Have used this for about three years now, and after you adjust to the mechanism it's easy to use. In the academy my partner and I were matching or outdrawing poeple with double retention holsters.

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    viperrob8, Thu, 29 Nov 2007 03:58:39 UTC.

    I have seen this holster carried by many deputies now and they swear by it. I will be ordering mine real soon.

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    Anonymous, Sun, 02 Dec 2007 01:37:48 UTC.

    Easy draw, easy in, comfotable ride. CCan hang on body armor when sitting in mobile unit but not enough to bother. Let a perp try to unholster your weapon from this one! Safe Safe Safe

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    mike911, Sat, 08 Dec 2007 17:48:57 UTC.

    Good product but I still like the 295 Safariland better.

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    Guitio99, Wed, 06 Feb 2008 23:31:37 UTC.

    I do not carry th level III, but several persons at my department do. I use and prefer the levelII version of this holder. It seems to last very well and retention is excellent. I did see some of the Rookies have trouble at the range retriving the weapon on the level III models. I know allot of that can be contibuted to their lack of practice to develop muscle memory, but I've never been a big fanof Level II holsters

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    tlwinkles379, Mon, 03 Mar 2008 15:07:40 UTC.

    This holster is great for secuirty but maybe a little over secure. I didn't like it because no matter how much practice I did, I still couldn't draw quick enough from level 3.

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    Got_1_Runnin, Thu, 06 Mar 2008 03:39:12 UTC.

    Best level III hoster that I have ever carried. Gun produces with ease to me but hard to the bad guy. I would recommend this to anyone.

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    Anonymous, Tue, 11 Mar 2008 01:13:20 UTC.

    Ok, I admit that I just recieved this holster. We supposedly "steped up" from our level II safarilands. My problem is that it is just as hard for me to draw as the bad guy. I also have seen the little wheel that locks the weapon in break locking the weapon inside the holster (this was on a new one). This just shows me that Murphy's law is correct in saying "Whatever can go wrong will". I think I will continue to use my level II.

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    viper447, Tue, 18 Nov 2008 06:12:43 UTC.

    My department issued me this holster. After spending some time practicing with the holster, I was drawing faster than my academy class mates using the cheap Lvl 1 retention holsters supplied by the Community College Academy my department sent me to.

    Just practice, practice, practice. You could pick up the wearer of this holster with the butt of the gun, and the holster wouldn't release.

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    venom3342, Tue, 31 Mar 2009 16:07:28 UTC.

    great for patrol!

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    UCeementhused, Wed, 13 May 2009 04:06:22 UTC.

    I love this holster. Probably the easiest holster I've used and holds up well to the weather and use.

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    devildog911, Sun, 24 May 2009 23:32:17 UTC.

    Unbeatable safety, and function, looks professional, and feels great. Awsome weapon retention, you'll get the holster ripped off your hip before it lets go of the weapon.

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    glang, Fri, 14 Aug 2009 22:35:33 UTC.

    I have been using this model for approximately six months and I am completely satisified with it. I added the Hood Guard Sentry, though and am completely pleased with them. Though as already been said by others practice is a must, but it allows a very quick draw.

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    brandan86, Fri, 07 May 2010 22:37:23 UTC.

    Very fast drawing holster with very little practice. very comfortable to wear for long periods of time. Great retention.

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    Paul40504, Fri, 02 Jul 2010 14:38:44 UTC.

    I have used the LV III version of this, and it is so very fast. But like was mentioned aboved it does take a little time to build the muscle memory. 0 complaints, would buy another if I needed to.

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    NYStrEEtCOP, Tue, 28 Sep 2010 17:22:34 UTC.

    Outstanding holster. I swear by it 100%. I even went and got the sentry to make the holster a level 4 for even more retention. With all 4 levels, I manage to release my weapon in about .75 second (hand on weapon) and just over a second from interview stance. For those of you who think that sounds slow, the level 2 model 2955 (which most of my co-workers still use), is only a fraction of a second faster even with level 4 on the Raptor 6070. Without the sentry accessory, both holsters are virtually the same speed, the reason being because you can disengage the SLS hood and the middle finger tab at virtually the same time. The optional sentry would be what added any extra release time. Just like a lot of people already said, you need to gain muscle memory in using this holster. That's what makes it good in preventing an unauthorized draw from a perpetrator. You should draw that weapon at least a few hundred times before taking it to the street. If you do that, you'll be just as fast as I am with this holster.

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    wittcop, Thu, 03 Feb 2011 01:47:29 UTC.

    Awesome holster.

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