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    Blackhawk holsters?

    Any opinions on the Balckhawk Serpa CQC holsters, I have been considering one for my Sig P250. I like the retention system and the belt/paddle option. Any info would be great, thanks.
    Semper Fi

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    I have one for the Beretta 92SF, It is good I use it more in the winter months when I wear heavier coats to cover it.
    Semper Fi

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    I have one that I carried my HK in until I got a leather holster for it. No problems. It is now being used on a device I made to hold my weapon and flashlight along side my bed.
    By faith Noah,being warned of God of things not seen as yet, moved with fear,prepared an ark to the saving of his house;by the which he condemned the world,and became heir of the righteousness which is by faith Heb.11:7

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    I use mine with a G23. I use it when my galco won't fit with belt loop placing on some of my pants. It does stick out more(OWB vs IWB) but that is easily fixed with a baggy shirt. I love the paddle set up. the little hooks really grab onto the pants. My opinion is it's definatly works for the price.
    Andrew

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    Quote Originally Posted by abock33 View Post
    I use mine with a G23. I use it when my galco won't fit with belt loop placing on some of my pants. It does stick out more(OWB vs IWB) but that is easily fixed with a baggy shirt. I love the paddle set up. the little hooks really grab onto the pants. My opinion is it's definatly works for the price.
    Ditto - I love both of mine. I use the Serpa mostly when I'm working the range, because for concealed carry on a daily basis it sticks out a little farther than I'd like, unless you have heavy or baggy clothes to help conceal - but a great holster.
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    Quote Originally Posted by abock33 View Post
    ~ I love the paddle set up. the little hooks really grab onto the pants. ~
    Boy, That's a fact... Ya darn near gota drop your drawers to get the thang loose.
    Semper Fi

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    wolfhunter Guest
    You guys keep your drawers up around those paddles.

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    Yep I keep mine over the belt and pant. I hav heard of them pinching but I haven't had that happen to me yet.
    Andrew

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    Yep I keep mine over the belt and pant. I hav heard of them pinching but I haven't had that happen to me yet.
    I do the same and never had a problem. It also keeps the holster a little closer to your body that if you just hook it over your belt. I can't get it off without at least loosening my belt and pants.

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    I have over 14,000 draws from my Serpa and it's still working great. I use the belt attachment instead of the paddle. I don't use it for CCW much because it does stick out quite a bit further than my other holsters.
    "When the outflow exceeds the inflow, the upkeep becomes the downfall"

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