Blackhawk’s Statement on the Safety of its T-Series Light-Bearing Duty Holsters
By Dan Zimmerman
A little context here is useful. In July, SIG SAUER issued a statement after video showed a a Connecticut police officer’s P320 discharge in his holster during a scuffle. After reviewing the video and determining the pistol wasn’t fully seated in a Safariland light-bearing holster, SIG then issued another statement cautioning those who carry in Blackhawk and Safariland light-bearing duty holsters.
That caution was motivated by the fact that holsters for light-bearing handguns naturally have larger openings and are more prone to objects working their way inside near the trigger (see the video in this post as an example of that).
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