Swiss Army Chooses BLACKHAWK! Serpa Holster

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posted on April 19, 2016
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Following the lead of the U.S. Army, U.S. Marine Corps, the German Army and various other law enforcement agencies, the Swiss Army has selected the BLACKHAWK! Serpa Tactical Holster to outfit its soldiers. The Serpa is offered in various configurations and models, and is field-proven in military conflicts and law enforcement engagements worldwide.

“We're obviously very pleased that the Serpa has once again come out on top with a very demanding user group,” said Jarrett Beck, said Global Product Director for BLACKHAWK!, a Vista Outdoor brand. “This affirms that the Serpa holster gives our customers the ability to configure their sidearm according to the mission and allows all soldiers in differing roles to use the same piece of gear.”

For more information, visit blackhawk.com

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