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I was looking for another holster for my 1911. I have a couple leather ones but was looking for something with a finger release. I found these online and wondered if anyone has them or has opinions on them:

http://www.1911pistols.com/item/1668...LSTER_191.aspx

If you have any other recommendations let me know.
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I don't know about those but I do have a BlackHawk Serpa Paddle Holster which has the single (trigger) finger release and it's comfortable. It wouldn't conceal easily though, probably only good for jacket concealment.

They do have some more concealable holsters though.

http://www.blackhawk.com/catalog/Holsters,16.htm

I used it to open carry in Colorado last month.
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I don't know about those but I do have a BlackHawk Serpa Paddle Holster which has the single (trigger) finger release and it's comfortable. It wouldn't conceal easily though, probably only good for jacket concealment.

They do have some more concealable holsters though.

http://www.blackhawk.com/catalog/Holsters,16.htm

I used it to open carry in Colorado last month.
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I was looking for another holster for my 1911. I have a couple leather ones but was looking for something with a finger release. I found these online and wondered if anyone has them or has opinions on them:

http://www.1911pistols.com/item/1668...LSTER_191.aspx

If you have any other recommendations let me know.
If you're looking for that style check out CDNN Investments. I think they have those for $9.99 to $16.99. They're Uncle Mikes and RSR holsters.

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I don't know about those but I do have a BlackHawk Serpa Paddle Holster which has the single (trigger) finger release and it's comfortable. It wouldn't conceal easily though, probably only good for jacket concealment.

They do have some more concealable holsters though.

http://www.blackhawk.com/catalog/Holsters,16.htm

I used it to open carry in Colorado last month.


I've got the BlackHawk Serpa, same one you're talking about, for my S&W M&P....you're right, it's too bulky for day to day CC, but I'm thinking in the winter, for me, is when this one will shine.

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Leah.. I was just trying to zoom up so you could see the holster..

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I have the blackwater "serpa" and its on its second deployment with me. I can saw that its very durable. Ive put mine through alot of shit

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