The Blackhawk SERPA CQC holster remains popular in certain circles for carry. Now the company announced the addition of new SERPA CQC holster for SIG P365/P365XL, Glock 48, S&W M&P Shield EZ 9mm/.380 Auto and Springfield Hellcat pistols.
Blackhawk SERPA CQC Holsters
The SERPA CQC line sees use by law enforcement officers, military personnel and concealed carriers. Now models come in right-hand configuration with a matte finish.
The holsters feature a unique speed cut design. It promotes a fast, smooth draw and easy re-holster, according to Blackhawk.
The SERPA CQC features a passive retention detent adjustment screw. Meanwhile, the SERPA Auto-Lock release offers Level 2 retention. It famously reinforces a full master grip, allowing users to draw normally with the index finger sliding from the holster body to the pistol frame in one movement, according to Blackhawk. The Auto-Lock automatically engages the trigger guard upon re-holstering.
A belt loop and paddle platform come with the holster. The SERPA CQC system also fits shoulder, S.T.R.I.K.E., quick disconnect and tactical holster platforms.
Small semi-autos, including sub-compacts and micro compacts, continue to gain massive popularity for carry. With fits for SIG, Glock, S&W and Springfield, the SERPA CQC now offers holster fits for the growing trend in smaller, highly concealable pistols.
For more information, visit blackhawk.com.
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