Safariland’s press release zeros-in on the Model 6004USN holster’s Unique Selling Point: Cordura® Nylon Finish. “Capitalizing on the features of best-selling 6004 tactical thigh rig and the newly introduced 6378USN, the 6004USN features SafariLaminate™ construction with a twist: it has a Cordura® nylon covering, offered in a variety of finishes, and designed to provide a low signature to infrared lighting.” Yup. You can now buy a holster that keeps gang bangers, terrorists, [illegal] drug cartel reps and tyrannical government ops from using a night vision device to ID your holster from a distance. Note: a thigh rig’s not the most discreet way to carry. Cost: $200 to $250. Make the jump for the rest of the deets . . .
“The 6004USN SafariLaminate™ wraparound construction provides the foundation for the holster’s shape and strength, and the 500-denier Cordura® nylon allows for a durable, abrasion-resistant outer finish. The Self Locking System (SLS) rotating hood provides excellent retention capabilities and is well suited for tactical situations. This snap-free design allows for a quick and smooth single-motion draw. The molded sight track and soft suede lining help protect the gun’s sights and finish, and the dual strap leg shroud with mounting holes allows for optional accessories to be mounted to the rig.
“Customizable features of the 6004USN are the inclusion of the Safariland 3-hole pattern for mounting the leg shroud but also the optional Quick Locking System (QLS), which allows the user to mount the holster in various configurations, providing a rapid transition between mounting points.
“The 6004USN is currently offered for the following gun models: Glock 17/22, Glock 17/22 with SureFire X200/X300 lights, Springfield 1911-style and similar, and Springfield 1911-style and similar with SureFire X200/X300 or X400 lights. Cordura® nylon finishes offered are MultiCam®, Ranger Green, Coyote, and Khaki. MRSP is $205.00 to $220.00. For more information about Safariland Duty Gear products, visit www.safariland.com/dutygear.”