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Thread: BlackHawk CQC SERPA Holster for SW40V?

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    Has anyone found a BlackHawk CQC SERPA Holster for a SW40V? I bought one at Gander Mountain for a Glock 20/21 (410513BK), but it has a tight spot on the draw. Then I ordered one online for S&W 4000 series (410510BK) because someone told me this would match my gun, and this one wasn't even close!

    I'll have to pay a small restocking fee to return that one, and while I LOVE the holster, the other is not quite a proper fit either, so I'm really torn on what to do.

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    You have to live with the 'tight draw' or find another holster(not SERPA).
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    I have the sw9ve, but for the regular v (not ve) you could use the GL-4 from fobus, I used it for the ve- a bit loose.

    Now I have the fobus hk-1 it is tighter, I like the fit better, although it was probably tight enough in the gl-4


    Only difference is what fobus recommends:

    For Sigma's use gl-4 for v only, use hk-1 for ve only.

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    I've been looking for one for mine too. I found a site that said one of the Glock rated holsters would fit the SW40V but I can't remember which one it was... I tried a bunch and the closest I found did not have enough room for the trigger guard. I have not tried them all, though. Does anyone know any sites that have a really good holster wizard or comparison guide?

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