I hate it to because I used to think they were the best until my buddy started making us custom kydex holsters. Theres also a vid on you tube where a guy experienced a one in a billion thing of having a shirt button fall off and land just right in the holster rendering it usless. He to had to cut his from the gun.Wow, Mike. I'm sorry you had that problem with them. That's the first like that I've heard. I certainly understand how you would have misgivings.
I use one every day unless I take my Mike's (now BH) concealment holster. I hate releases, so I modified the serpa to not have the trigger release. Very comfortable, very fast to draw.
I used a dead sim card, got it in behind the button and super glued it.
Tension screw adjustment. I can hold it upside down and shake it and have been in plenty of rough and tumbles with it on, has never come out.
But if you disable the trigger catch, how does it stay in the holster? I just tried with mine and if there is nothing holding the trigger, the gun just falls out. I tried it on my G21 and Sig P228.
I saw this on another forum. Some valid points to consider here. I'm not trying to bash the holster at all. I have a Serpa CQC and have never had any problems with it at all.I have a Serpa for both of my Glocks and one for my SigSauer P228. I also have the duty variety for them that I wear. I use the level 2 versions.
Any thoughts or comments on these holsters?
He has some valid points but all of them can be overcome with proper and consistent training. I've never had the debris binding up the holster problem but I suppose every holster if you look hard enough has some issue....I saw this on another forum. Some valid points to consider here. I'm not trying to bash the holster at all. I have a Serpa CQC and have never had any problems with it at all.
The retention screw was way too tight when I bought the holster, so I just loosened it some and no problems since.