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Safariland Unveils Over 15 Holster Fits for the Newly Released Smith & Wesson M&P Shield .45


ONTARIO, Calif. – Today, Safariland announced the expansion of Safariland and Bianchi concealment holster lines with several new fits for the incredibly popular Smith & Wesson M&P Shield .45.

“With the launch of the Smith & Wesson’s M&P Shield .45, we are excited to debut fits in several of our most popular holsters across the Safariland and Bianchi brands,” said Scott Carnahan, Vice President, Equipment.“With more than 15 concealable options between Safariland and Bianchi, consumers and professionals will find the perfect holster for their concealment needs.”

Renowned for innovation, quality and performance, Safariland holsters are the overwhelming choice of law enforcement agencies and competition shooters. Safariland concealment holster models fitting the M&P Shield .45 encompass ten models for belt slide, paddle and inside-the-pants carry.

The Bianchi holsters for the Smith & Wesson M&P Shield .45 demonstrate the brand’s legacy craftsmanship in leather products that balances functional design and quality. M&P Shield .45 users have several carry options with choices for two belt slide holsters and two inside the waist models, including Bianchi’s best-selling Model 100 Professional, and three holsters from the Allusion series.



2 Responses to “Safariland Unveils Over 15 Holster Fits for the Newly Released Smith & Wesson M&P Shield .45”

  1. Jeff says:

    They need to seriously start from scratch to build a user friendly holster fit finder on their website and provide better information on their packaging regarding firearm options for each holster. As someone who assist clients all the time with holster possibilities, I can tell you that their sales would increase dramatically if this was done. When you look to replace windshield wipers on your car those vendors bend over backwards to ensure you know all the options for your vehicle and make locating those options easy. Most holster manufacturers are horrible at providing complete, up to date, and accurate information on their own products in both the instore and online venues. It’s ridiculous. The manufacturer that does this best will gain a clear advantage.

  2. Mandingo says:

    I’d imagine that its was just a fortunate coincidence that this gun happened to fit in a bunch of existing holsters.

    If Safariland wants to show how responsive they are to the market, they should consider light-bearing duty/concealment holsters that leave room for the Surefire DG switch, it has only been a standard configuration / something that customers have been complaining about for pushing 20 years.