The SERPA holster has gotten more attention than any other holster design in recent memory. The idea behind the SERPA is that it is an intuitive retention device. Rob Pincus examines the main issue with the SERPA: is it dangerous to have a retention release device that is actuated by the trigger finger? Rob demonstrates different possibilities involving right and wrong ways to present a firearm from a SERPA. The bottom line is that retention is a training issue, not a gear issue.
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