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    I'm picking up a new Sig P229 Equinox .40 S&W. I've been looking at the Serpa Blackhawk, great holster, but I'm curious about Sig's retention holsters in comparision. Anyone use them?
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    This is the one I'm looking at...



    http://www.sigsauer.com/SigStore/Sho...;productid=247
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    Looks like a ccopy of the serpa.
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    From what I've found so far, I think it's made by Blackhawk as well, just a different mold.
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    I have a holster that looks EXACTLY like that for my 1911(same button, hooks on the paddle, etc. ) made by iTAC Defense. Cant is adjustable by loosening a singe allen screw accessed through the hole in the push button. It's a decent holster, and only cost me $25 at the gun show.





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