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    Fobus level 2 vs Blackhawk level 2

    Which do yall like better? I have the stardard Fobus holster right now and am looking for a retention. How hard is the thumb break to press? Im not worried about draw speed. I just want it to be secure while remaining a small package.

    choice 1 http://www.lapolicegear.com/fobus-le...n-holster.html

    choice 2 http://www.lapolicegear.com/fothbrstho.html

    Choice 3 http://www.lapolicegear.com/blcqcsehomaf.html

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    Best advise I can give you is to go to a gun shop (or police supply store) and actually handle both of them for a comparison. When I did I found that the Blackhawk was much better built, I also liked the the Blackhawk came with a paddle and belt platform. The Fobus just felt like my 8 year old could break is into pieces, but it did look like an easier to conceal holster, and it was less expensive that the Blackhawk. I ended up getting the Blackhawk CQC because I just felt it was a better holster.

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    I have the Blackhawk Serpa CQC level 2 for my Glock 27 and Glock 22 and I love them. I got the Serpa quick disconnect and it makes life easy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Irish_Dave View Post
    Best advise I can give you is to go to a gun shop (or police supply store) and actually handle both of them for a comparison.
    And then, if you decide to buy it based on handling it, buy it from the local store instead of the discount online store.

    I have no problem with shopping for the lowest price, but the lowest price doesn't always come with the ability to handle the product before buying.

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    I have a Blackhawk SERPA for many of my guns. I love them.

    I wasn't that impressed with the fobus holsters I have handled. That doesn't mean that there might be a good one out there but I prefer the Blackhawk.

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