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    I love it just bought it for my glock 21 C I love this holster I think LE Officers do to lol
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    Rock on bro - Love my SERPA, wife loves hers.

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    I wish they made one for my Glock 21SF!! I guess I'll keep waiting.

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    I wish they made one for my Glock 21SF!! I guess I'll keep waiting.
    if my memory serves me correctly- the 'SF' indicates a built in tactical rail. I don't think that you should have a problem with the SERPA holster for the Golck 20/21 due to the fact that the rails are recessed, not built onto the weapon. If live close enough, i wouldn't mind if you wanted to see if it fits my SERPA ( made for Glock 20/21 but fits my SIGMA snug as a bug in a rug)

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    I love my Serpa. I use it daily. Blackhawk does have a L3 duty holster that I have looked into carrying.

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    ProtectedBy9mm wrote:
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    I wish they made one for my Glock 21SF!! I guess I'll keep waiting.
    if my memory serves me correctly- the 'SF' indicates a built in tactical rail.
    SF stands for slim frame.
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    SGT Jensen wrote:
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    ainokea wrote:
    I wish they made one for my Glock 21SF!! I guess I'll keep waiting.
    if my memory serves me correctly- the 'SF' indicates a built in tactical rail.
    SF stands for slim frame.
    "..Short Frame..."

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    we were both wrong..

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    Well, I myserpa finally came for my Glock 21 sf yesterday. It is the drop leg tactical rig and I must say it is awesome.

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    thoughtpolice wrote:
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    Well, I myserpa finally came for my Glock 21 sf yesterday. It is the drop leg tactical rig and I must say it is awesome.
    Awesome??? dude....1992 called, they want their catch phrase back. :shock:
    I will gladly return "awesome" and "your mom" when I am done using both of them!! I let you know when to expect your mom back home!!:P

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    thoughtpolice wrote:
    That is AWESOME!! I wouldn't expect your mom back anytime soon!!

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    After looking at it I thing it could be modified to a CQC without too much brain damage, but at $100 for the setup I am not sure I want to try.

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    After looking at it I thing it could be modified to a CQC without too much brain damage, but at $100 for the setup I am not sure I want to try.
    Holy Crap! Why would anyone need a holster like that to carry their gun in? Unless they are trying to bea wannabe SWAT!

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    CCarry wrote:
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    After looking at it I thing it could be modified to a CQC without too much brain damage, but at $100 for the setup I am not sure I want to try.
    Holy Crap! Why would anyone need a holster like that to carry their gun in? Unless they are trying to bea wannabe SWAT!
    I say let people carry what where and how they choose!

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    jaredbelch wrote:
    CCarry wrote:
    ainokea wrote:

    After looking at it I thing it could be modified to a CQC without too much brain damage, but at $100 for the setup I am not sure I want to try.
    Holy Crap! Why would anyone need a holster like that to carry their gun in? Unless they are trying to bea wannabe SWAT!
    I say let people carry what where and how they choose!
    +1.

    I think its a great drop leg. should be good for camping and stuff like that, But then again, thats coming from the guy who wants to mount his SIGMA to his dash..

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    CCarry wrote:
    Holy Crap! Why would anyone need a holster like that to carry their gun in? Unless they are trying to bea wannabe SWAT!
    I bought this holster for3 reasons.

    1. Serpa doesn't make a normal holster for the Glock 21 sf which is what I have.

    2. It is a lot more comfortable to wear a gun on your leg when you are riding horses. When it is on your hip it tends to jam into your ribs. That is why in the wild west days cowboys wore their guns hanging down low.

    3. This reason wasn't planned but I bought it to screw with you!!

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    ainokea wrote:
    2. It is a lot more comfortable to wear a gun on your leg when you are riding horses. When it is on your hip it tends to jam into your ribs. That is why in the wild west days cowboys wore their guns hanging down low.
    So you are a wannabe cowboy? The wild west days are long gone. No indians are going to rob you of your horse!

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    3. This reason wasn't planned but I bought it to screw with you!!
    What is that supposed to mean? Are you threatening me?

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    CCarry wrote:
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    2. It is a lot more comfortable to wear a gun on your leg when you are riding horses. When it is on your hip it tends to jam into your ribs. That is why in the wild west days cowboys wore their guns hanging down low.
    So you are a wannabe cowboy? The wild west days are long gone. No indians are going to rob you of your horse!
    So I can't figure out what you mean... Are you saying nobody needs to carry when they ride horses?

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    On average, i see roughly 4-5 people a day on horseback. it is still a popular hobby/mode of transport for some in this area. So it is reasonable to prepare to carry thusly.

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    thoughtpolice wrote:
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    On average, i see roughly 4-5 people a day on horseback. it is still a popular hobby/mode of transport for some in this area. So it is reasonable to prepare to carry thusly.
    You dont live in the SL valley, do you? I see some guy on a horse in Midvale Im running him over with my truck.
    I'd trade my truck for a horse (or two) any day of the week...

    Edit: and no, im not a cowboy.

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