Introducing Blackhawk Serpa CQC Holsters for M&P Shield & Glock 42 Pistols

Introducing Blackhawk Serpa CQC Holsters for M&P Shield & Glock 42 Pistols

The 2014 NRA Show set the stage for the debut of Blackhawk Serpa CQC holsters for Smith & Wesson M&P Shield and Glock 42 pistols.

Serpa holsters facilitate weapon retention with their auto-locking feature, keeping handguns secure while providing a solid drawing platform. The holsters are also available in a non-locking variation for both the Shield and G42, and all Blackhawk Serpa holsters are available in left- and right-handed variations.

Available now for $35 to $59, Blackhawk brings a trusted holster design to M&P Shield and Glock 42 owners.

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