New Blackhawk SERPA holsters


Blackhawk announced several new fits in the company’s SERPA line of holsters. The guns that SERPA holsters are now available for include:

  • Glock 43
  • FNH FNS 9/40
  • SIG SAUER P250 and P320 in all calibers
  • CZ 75/85 series in 9mm & .40 S&W
  • EAA Witness TA 95 in .45 ACP

From Blackhawk:

BLACKHAWK!® introduces four new SERPA® Holsters, including one for the new Glock 43 and three models to accommodate popular military and law enforcement duty pistols. BLACKHAWK! built these new holster models to meet the growing demand for carry options for slim-framed, personal protection pistols and additional full-size duty pistols.

In addition to the Glock 43 model, a SERPA model is now available for the FNH FNS 9/40, Sig Sauer P250/P320, full-size and compact pistols chambered in 9mm/.40 S&W/.45 ACP/.357 Magnum. The other new SERPA holster will accommodate the CZ 75/75B/75 SP-01 Shadow/85B in 9mm/.40 S&W and the EAA Witness TA 95 chambered in .45 ACP.

The SERPA holster is one of the most popular platforms for law enforcement, military personnel and responsible citizens. The new holster models are available in the SERPA CQC® Concealment Holster line and available in right- and left-hand configuration with a matte finish.

“Shooters have eagerly awaited the release of the Glock 43,” said Chuck Buis, product director for BLACKHAWK!. “We worked diligently to meet our customers’ demands for a secure retention holster to fit this anticipated new pistol, as we do for all of the most popular pistol introductions. For our military and law enforcement members, we also expanded the SERPA line to accommodate some of the more commonly issued duty pistols.”

Featuring two levels of retention, a passive retention detent adjustment screw and the patented SERPA Auto Lock™ release, the SERPA CQC Concealment Holster delivers unmatched speed and reliability. The SERPA Auto Lock Release reinforces a full master grip that allows users to draw the weapon normally with the index finder sliding from the holster body to the weapon frame in one single movement. Upon re-holstering the firearm, the Auto Lock immediately engages the trigger guard with an audible click that won’t let go until released.

BLACKHAWK! remains dedicated to developing new models for customers who demand for the best carry options for concealable, self-defense firearms and duty pistols. By providing a secure retention holster built specifically to match these handguns, BLACKHAWK! delivers reliable, secure holsters for a variety of carry options..

BLACKHAWK! is a brand of Vista Outdoor Inc., an outdoor sports and recreation company. For more information on BLACKHAWK!, go to

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  • J.T.

    They are finally selling holsters for CZ guns!

  • Spencerhut

    Oh goodie! Now more people have the opportunity to shoot themselves in the leg with a serpa. Did they fix the part where your gun gets locked into the holster if you get dirt in the mechanism? Bring some bolt cutters if it does, been there, done that.
    Blackhawk makes some really good stuff, Serpa’s are not on the list.

    • Risky

      Glock leg existed long before the SERPA came to market. Also, while I can’t speak to your experience, in 3 tours to the sandbox with SERPA’s being standard issue for about a third of the M9’s I never once heard a complaint about the holster’s locking mechanism and dirt… and there was lots of dirt, rocks, and gravels. I think most problems with these holsters are overstated. I like them, I train with them and I use them.

      • Kelly Jackson

        Spencerhut got his silver stars guarding a Wal-Mart in the Green Zone.

    • Pike0331

      5 years in the Marine, we issued the holster I never saw a single problem with it. Afghanistan, Africa, Spain, Romania, etc, never had one fail, and I never saw anyone elses fail.

      • Spencerhut

        Cool man, but a tiny pebble behind the paddle is all it takes. I switched over to a High Speed Gear holster with a flap to cover my gun. Not as fast to deploy, but protects the gun and will never lock up on me.

  • Barry

    Links to Sears… really?