Safariland’s latest special edition camo is Multicam Arid. This pattern has been long-awaited by desert dwellers and fans of unique camo. Let’s take a look at the various models.
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Three holsters are available in the pattern, the 6354RDSO, 6304RDS, and 6354RDS. The 6354RDS uses the ALS locking system and has a QLS fork as the mounting system. It is available for select FN, Glock, SIG Sauer, H&K, S&W, Springfield, Shadow Systems, and Staccato pistols. MSRP is $233.25.
Next up is the 6304RDS. It has both ALS and SLS locking systems and a QLS mounting fork. MSRP is $259.75.
Finally, the 6354RDSO has an ALS locking system but does not use the optic hood from the other two. Instead, it has an open channel that protects the red dot. It is only available for Glock, Shadow Systems, and SIG Sauer pistols. MSRP is $233.25.
All three models are compatible with popular red dot sights and weapon lights, and they are available for order now.
From the manufacturer:
Safariland®, a brand of The Safariland Group®, a leading global provider of safety products designed for the public safety, military, professional, and outdoor markets and one of Cadre Holdings, Inc.’s (NYSE: CDRE) (“Cadre”) key brands announced their latest limited edition pattern, Multi-Cam Arid™ for the 6354RDS, 6304RDS and 6354RDSO holster models.
“MultiCam Arid has been highly requested by our customers and is a great fit for our limited edition lineup. Our team is excited to bring these limited edition holsters to the market,” said Eric Gasvoda, GM of Duty Gear for Safariland.
Originally designed to significantly minimize the visibility of individuals operating in desert environments, MultiCam Arid has become a popular choice for firearm accessories in recent years. The MultiCam Arid palette compliments and overlaps portions of the main MultiCam® pattern, seamlessly integrating gear and apparel for a well-coordinated concealment system.
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