Sportster SERPA Holster

Sportster SERPA Holster

This is a discussion on Sportster SERPA Holster within the Defensive Carry Holsters & Carry Options forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; Just ordered a Sportster SERPA Holster for my M&P .40 cal. Should be in by Friday. Anyone else have one of Blackhawk's SERPA holsters?...

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    Sportster SERPA Holster

    Just ordered a Sportster SERPA Holster for my M&P .40 cal.

    Should be in by Friday. Anyone else have one of Blackhawk's SERPA holsters?
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    I use one a lot for my 1911.
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    I have 2 . they work great with the paddle attachment.
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    I have one for my glock edc/ carry it all the time with a cover shirt and one for my 1911 which i also carry in the serpa. No probs here

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    Love them.
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    I've got 3.....1 for my P229, chest-mount for my M9, drop-leg for my M9...great holster
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    Own a sportster with both paddle/belt attachment for my 92FS that I use for IPSC
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    I got one for my glock
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    i carry my Sigma in one, great holster.

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    Thought of getting one. Do they ride high or low? I've got a hard earned love handle (ok-innertube) and anything that rides high gets pushed out and prints really bad. If the weapon rides low the luv handles actually help cover it. Anyone have the same problem?
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    Quote Originally Posted by spooter66 View Post
    Thought of getting one. Do they ride high or low? I've got a hard earned love handle (ok-innertube) and anything that rides high gets pushed out and prints really bad. If the weapon rides low the luv handles actually help cover it. Anyone have the same problem?
    I hope someone else can answer this one for you. I won't know till mine comes in.

    Pic's look like not high or low but kinda even with belt line.
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    I've got one for my XD9sc. It does ride high and like you my dimensions tend to cause it to print more than I'd like under just a shirt. But, I really got it for use camping/range/OC and maybe winter carry. I'm looking at a Supertuck (iwb) for more everyday CC.

    I do like the sportster and feel that drawing from it is easy to learn. I'm still playing with the cant and belt positions to try and reduce printing and improve comfort. I also got a Blackhawk! belt which I like so far. It has the insert so is pretty stiff but I am hard on belts anyway. I'm 5'10" 242 (I do work out so its not ALL fat )

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    it rides a little high and prints a little bit
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    Quote Originally Posted by XD 45 View Post
    it rides a little high and prints a little bit

    yeah, serpas aren't the best for CC. i use mine, with the paddle, mostly for OC.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jahwarrior72 View Post
    yeah, serpas aren't the best for CC. i use mine, with the paddle, mostly for OC.
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