BLACKHAWK! New Serpa Holster for Springfield XD-S

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posted on August 19, 2014
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BLACKHAWK! has expanded its Serpa holster line to include a model for the Springfield XD-S pistol in 9 mm and .45 ACP with a 3.3-inch barrel. The new Serpa CQC concealment holsters are available in matte finish and offered in either right- or left-hand configurations.

The holster features two levels of retention, a passive retention detent adjustment screw and the patented Serpa Auto Lock release, which reinforces a full master grip by allowing users to naturally draw the weapon with the index finder sliding from the holster body to the weapon frame in one single movement. Upon re-holstering the firearm, the Auto Lock immediately engages the trigger guard with an audible click.

In addition to the Serpa CQC concealment holsters, BLACKHAWK! is releasing a new model in the Standard CQC holster line for the XD-S with a 3.3-inch barrel. This holster features a passive-retention detent adjustment system.

For more information, visit Blackhawk.com.

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