New Serpa Holsters from BLACKHAWK!

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posted on July 1, 2015
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BLACKHAWK! has introduced four new Serpa holsters, including one for the new Glock 43 and three models to accommodate popular military and law enforcement duty pistols. The company says the new holster models will meet the growing demand for carry options for slim-framed, personal-protection pistols and additional full-size duty pistols.

In addition to the Glock 43 model, a Serpa model is now available for the FNH FNS 9/40; SIG Sauer P250/P320 (full-size and compact pistols chambered in 9 mm/.40 S&W/.45 ACP/.357 Mag.). Another will accommodate the CZ 75/75B/75 SP-01 Shadow/85B in 9 mm/.40 S&W and the EAA Witness TA 95 chambered in .45 ACP.

The new holsters are available in the Serpa CQC Concealment Holster line and available in right- and left-hand configuration with a matte finish.

“Shooters have eagerly awaited the release of the Glock 43,” said Chuck Buis, product director for BLACKHAWK!. “We worked diligently to meet our customers’ demands for a secure retention holster to fit this anticipated new pistol, as we do for all of the most popular pistol introductions.” Buis said the company expanded the Serpa line to accommodate some of the more commonly issued duty pistols for military and law enforcement members.”

BLACKHAWK! is a brand of Vista Outdoor Inc., an outdoor sports and recreation company. For more information visit BLACKHAWK.com.

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