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Old January 1, 2013, 08:12 PM   #11
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No problem....

Your very welcome.
I purchased my left hand SERPA holster in late 2011 from for around $28.00 USD. I had no issues with it & like the fact you could adjust it.

Now some armed professionals & instructors bad-mouth the Blackhawk SERPAs saying it can break or be damaged in extreme conditions(dirt, sand, mud, snow, etc). This may be true. If I were working in these places, I'd get a UM92 holster or a Safariland SFS. Safariland SFS & ALS holsters are in use with many special ops & PMCs in SW Asia.
The SERPA concealed holster should do fine for general, armed citizen use.

Stay safe & stay legal,
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