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Old 12-28-2011, 21:48   #1
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Anyone know how to disassemble safariland 6360

I want to remove the grab guard on my 6360 holster. How do i do it wijthout using a dremel?

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Old 12-28-2011, 22:17   #2
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remove the UBL by removing the three screws through the belt loop.
remove the 2 screws holding the SLS hoo in place in the inside side of the holster.

the grab shield will fall off the holster when you pull the screws. reassemble it without the shield and get back to business.
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Thanks! I'll give that a wack tonight.

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Old 12-29-2011, 08:17   #4
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remove the UBL by removing the three screws through the belt loop.
remove the 2 screws holding the SLS hoo in place in the inside side of the holster.

the grab shield will fall off the holster when you pull the screws. reassemble it without the shield and get back to business.
Yep, it's super easy. I've done it to all of my 6360's. I do recommend using some blue loctite when putting it back together.
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Old 12-29-2011, 08:21   #5
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Good idea. Darn thing is smashing my vest and since I switched to external its worse

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Old 12-29-2011, 08:26   #6
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Good idea. Darn thing is smashing my vest and since I switched to external its worse

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The main reason I advocate using the hood gaurd is that it prevents your body armor from unlocking your SLS when you sit down in the car.

Even though the ALS would still provide retention some BG is more likely to think a grab would be successful if he sees your SLS is unlocked and you are not aware of it.

and crap, while looking at mine to answer your question just realized my hood guard is broken. Looks like the plastic cracked at one of the holes where the screw passes through. Just ordered another one.

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Old 12-29-2011, 08:58   #7
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The main reason I advocate using the hood gaurd is that it prevents your body armor from unlocking your SLS when you sit down in the car.
I took the guard off my 6360 when I first started using the holster. Then, 3-4 months later, I put the guard back on because my armor was always unlocking the SLS. No problems since then. I recently changed agencies and got a new 6360 for my new duty weapon.
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Old 12-29-2011, 21:41   #8
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A HAMMER works well.... just as said remove the 3 screws and go from there
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The main reason I advocate using the hood gaurd is that it prevents your body armor from unlocking your SLS when you sit down in the car.

Even though the ALS would still provide retention some BG is more likely to think a grab would be successful if he sees your SLS is unlocked and you are not aware of it.

and crap, while looking at mine to answer your question just realized my hood guard is broken. Looks like the plastic cracked at one of the holes where the screw passes through. Just ordered another one.
Mine hasnt really touched it for the last few days since I have taken it off. Problem was my body armor is just long enough to hit the hood guard but not the SLS.
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