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BlackHawk Close Quarters Concealment Serpa Holster For Glock Model 20/21, Model 410513BKR


Hinterland Item Number: 16391

Manufacturer Number: 410513BKR

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Product Description

This unique holster allow you to forget old fashioned thumb breaks that slow your draw and complicate reholstering. The patented Serpa Technology lock engages the trigger guard as you holster the pistol and won't let go until you release it. The release is made using a normal drawing motion, with the trigger finger beside the holster body. All BlackHawk CQC Serpa Technology holsters come with both belt loop and paddle platforms.

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Product Specifications

Type : Belt Holster
Color : Black
Material : Carbon Fiber
Size : Fits up to 2 1/4" Belts
Model : Serpa
Finish : Smooth/Textured
Gun Mod : For Glock 20/21 RH
Add Mod : N/A

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Product Reviews

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Submitted By: Michael R. On 01/15/2011

Even though listed as a Glock 20/21 holster, this review is when used with S&W M&P .45 (same model number on Blackhawk's website). This is a well-made, extremely intuitive, relatively comfortable holster… however; even though the CQC is labeled 'conceal' I wouldn’t necessarily consider it 'concealable'. Considering the size of the pistol I’m using – concealed carry isn’t a consideration for me… this holster is simply a method to quickly acquire my weapon if there is a crisis and a convenient method of carry at the range. Everything you may have read throughout the Internet is true… it is easily adjustable for cant and belt width (when using belt mount or paddle version, explained below)… I like the versatility of having both options (belt/paddle) – and even though when purchased I figured I’d primarily use belt, as it turns out I prefer paddle application better. I tried various adjustments with the belt attachment, and although it’s a relatively good fit and makes weapon presentation effortless – I found that the paddle is actually more stable and made draw even more intuitive. If you chose the paddle style, be sure to attach the little 'T' clips found in small zip lock bag stapled to reference/warranty card. I initially didn’t realize they existed and figured the J hook in the center of the bottom of paddle was all that prevented holster from dislodging (basically catching on inside of pants)… and in fact it’s pretty stable with just that one j hook – but after multiple practice draws the position would slide forward slightly, requiring slight adjustment after a few draws… it wasn’t until I came across a video review on the internet that I realized there are two additional j hooks that install to more center part of inside paddle (one front and one rear) – these are 'T' shaped on the side that installs and 'j' hook on the inside towards your body – they hook under belt and are adjustable for width. Once these were installed the holster was completely secure and as stable as belt worn. The design is so well thought out, it makes weapon presentation completely natural – when weapon is holstered, it is very secure (confirmed by a solid "click") - it definitely won't 'fall out' and would be very difficult (if not impossible) to tug out. The retention button requires very little effort and happens automatically when drawing from holster – finger position naturally lands on the button/lever as pistol is slid up and out. The fit is spot on and there is no extended effort needed to draw weapon – however, there is a screw to adjust the level of restraint if a tighter fit is desired. It’s actually fun and addicting to practice drawing from this holster. I won’t comment on the pros and cons of this style retention… all holster styles have their applications… for a retention of this type I highly recommend this holster. As with every other purchase from Hinterland – the pricing found here was as good if not better than most other sources (especially cheaper than my local retailers).

Rating: [5 of 5 Stars]

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