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Thread: 9mm Hi Power in a Safariland 1911 SLS?

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    9mm Hi Power in a Safariland 1911 SLS?

    Will a 9mm Hi Power work in a Safariland 1911 holster with SLS hood? Found a 7TS with ALS for the Hi Power, but would prefer the SLS hood if the retention works.

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    A P-35 always fit(s) in a Commander holster, albeit a little loosely.
    No clue as to your specific question.

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    I have one of these, potentially what the OP is seeking -
    https://www.sportsmansguide.com/prod...used?a=2146120

    Fits my Grand Puissance fine.
    The hole pattern doesn’t match Safariland, but I was able to make work with QLS fork/receiver plate.

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    Yes that does look like what I am looking for, much better than trying for close enough! Thank you for the information

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    Ok, ended up ordering one off EBay for the same price. Haven't had bad luck with SG, but wanted to see what I was getting instead of rolling the dice on what came out of the container.

    Just got in to the QLS stuff in the last few months after deciding MLS might not be such a hot idea. Are you using the Radio belt loop with the QLS receiver bolted on it like a Safariland UBL with receiver?

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    Picture for a thousand words.
    The hole pattern differences were a challenge, but was able to secure using two bolts without fabricating a kydex adapter. My reasoning is two bolts locktited is probably as secure as four or five bolts with a piece of Boltron plastic in between. That also got me more of a FBI butt forward rake and rather high ride. My use was a war belt and rather skinny body armor; my setup wouldn’t work with side plates on an armor carrier.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HardToHandle View Post
    Picture for a thousand words.
    The hole pattern differences were a challenge, but was able to secure using two bolts without fabricating a kydex adapter. My reasoning is two bolts locktited is probably as secure as four or five bolts with a piece of Boltron plastic in between. That also got me more of a FBI butt forward rake and rather high ride. My use was a war belt and rather skinny body armor; my setup wouldn’t work with side plates on an armor carrier.

    529DB7D9-C5E9-4879-BE4B-4D373E01AC84.jpg
    Thanks, I am looking forward to getting this in and trying it out.

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