First Look: Safariland Tiger Stripe Holsters

Go "old school," but still have all the latest innovations from Safariland to keep your firearm safe at your side.

posted on December 1, 2022
Safariland tiger stripe duty holster

The Safariland Group is known for offering a wide variety of duty and concealment holsters along with related gear and accessories for both civilians and law enforcement personnel. Now Safariland is selling some of its most popular retention duty holster models with the fresh option of old-school, classic Tiger Stripe camouflage pattern. The latest release with the new Tiger Stripe Corudra camo applies to both the Safariland 6354RDS and 6304RDS holsters. These light bearing duty holsters both accommodate duty sized handguns with slide-mounted red dot sights from leading gunmakers such as Glock, FN, Smith and Wesson, SIG Sauer and Staccato that have attached tactical lights.

Both holster models include the Safariland ALS retention system, but the 6304RDS also includes the Safariland SLS hood providing another layer of security. Both holsters ship with the standard Safariland QLS 19 locking fork that connects to their QLS 22 receiver plate. However, as both holster bodies are part of the company’s premium duty grade line, they are compatible with different attachment accessories like drop leg rigs and other mounting options. Having a Cordura wrapped holster body also reduces the infrared signature of the holster in low light environments where night vision equipment may be used.

“We’re going old-school by bringing Safariland fans holster specifically in Tiger Stripe camo,” said Safariland VP 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.”

Both the 6304RDS and 6354RDS are built with a robust thermal-molded construction to protect firearms and optics from the rigors of hard-use environments. Their interiors are also lined with suede to protect a handgun’s finish from needless wear.

MSRP for these new Tiger Stripe Cordura wrapped holsters starts at $226.75, and for more information about these items or to learn more about Safariland’s vast catalog of support gear, please visit their website at


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