Safariland 579 GLS Pro-Fit Belt Clip Holster for GLOCK 34 and 1911 Right Hand FDE

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The Model 579 GLS Pro-Fit brings the unique GLS (Grip Lock System) and SafariSeven together in a holster designed to fit a wide variety of guns. The Pro-Fit is customizable and adjusts to securely fit over 100 firearms. The 579 also features the GLS, an innovative technology that automatically secures the weapon when holstered and releases it upon application of the middle finger with a standard shooting grip for a more intuitive and safer release. The holster body is constructed with SafariSeven, a lightweight, state-of-the-art nylon blend is completely non-abrasive to a gun's finish, tolerant of extreme high and low temperatures, and easy to maintain. This holster features belt clip which easily detaches from belt and fits up to 2.25" belt widths.

Specifications and Features:
Safariland Model 579 GLS Pro-Fit Belt Holster
Right Hand
Grip Lock System
Customizable and adjusts to securely fit different firearms
For use with up to 2.25" wide belts
SafariSeven material
FDE Brown

1911 Government and similar with 5" barrel
CZ 75
FN Five-Seven, FNS 9/40 LS
GLOCK 17L, 34, 35, 40, 41
Grand Power X-Caliber
Ruger American .45
S&W M&P 9L/40L
Sarsilmaz SAR-K2-45
Walther PPQ M1/M2 in 9mm/.40 with 5" barrel

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