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Blackhawk Expands SERPA Holster Line

New Models for SIG P365/P365XL, Glock 48, S&W EZ 9mm/.380 Auto, Springfield Hellcat

VIRGINIA BEACH, Va. – November 1, 2020 – Blackhawk™, a leader in law enforcement and military equipment for over 20 years, announced today the addition of new SERPA® CQC concealment holsters for the SIG SAUER P365/P365XL, Glock 48, Smith & Wesson M&P Shield EZ 9mm/.380 Auto and Springfield Hellcat pistols.

The SERPA CQC concealment holster line is one of the most popular platforms for law enforcement officers, military personnel and responsible citizens. The new models are available in a right-hand configuration with a matte finish.

With their unique speed cut design, Blackhawk SERPA CQC concealment holsters have earned a strong reputation for a fast, smooth draw and easy, solid re-holster without slowing the user down.

For the ultimate in handgun security, Blackhawk SERPA CQC concealment holsters feature a passive retention detent adjustment screw and the patented SERPA Auto-Lock™ release, which offers Level 2 retention and reinforces a full master grip that allows users to draw normally with the index finder sliding from the holster body to the pistol frame in one single movement. Upon re-holstering the firearm, the Auto-Lock immediately engages the trigger guard with an audible click that won’t let go until released.

A belt loop and paddle platform are included. SERPA CQC concealment holsters also fit shoulder, S.T.R.I.K.E.®, quick disconnect and tactical holster platforms, making them extremely versatile.

For more information, visit www.blackhawk.com/holsters/.

6 thoughts on “Blackhawk Expands SERPA Holster Line”

  1. Thumb release is superior for securing your firearm and safer to use. The learning curve to prevent shooting yourself with a serpa is too steep. I’m not saying it cannot be done; it just takes longer, more practice.

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      • You would think their attorneys and their brand development people would have made them stop making them by now…

        They’re the most maligned holster in modern times, and probably the most well documented and tested unsafe holster ever.

        They’ve been banned from use, nearly universally, in professional environments.

        They are a running joke in most industry and shooting sports circles.

        How on Earth is this product not dead?

        The only plausible answer is that humans, as a group, are so irrevocably stupid and ignorant that they probably shouldn’t still be a viable species…

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  2. Remington is bankrupt. Serpa holsters are still in production.

    2020 is full of weird surprises.

    “Shooting yourself in the foot: Not just a metaphor!”

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