Safariland ALS Mid-Ride Level III Retention Holster

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posted on September 10, 2014
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When SIG Sauer introduced its new striker-fired model P320 earlier this year, one of the advantages of the new pistol the company touted was accessories for the P250 would fit the P320. Searching for spare magazines, holsters and other accessories would be considerably easier, as seven years have elapsed since the P250 was released.

Safariland's ALS Mid-Ride Level III Retention Holster was one such holster. Constructed from lightweight polymer, the holster fits 2- and 2.25-inch belts and offers Level III retention of the firearm. The Automatic Locking System (the "ALS" part of the name) utilizes an internal locking system to secure the pistol, while a locking polymer "hood" physically blocks the handgun from being drawn when engaged.

The ALS Mid-Ride holster is also available for a wide variety of other duty-size handguns.

MSRP: $147.

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