Anyone know if they make a Serpa holster for the Ruger SR9c?
Actually, I'm a fan of my Serpa; of course I use it for my PT1911 which I only carry OWB when camping and hanging out in the woods. I like the forced indexing of the trigger finger. Sorry to sound like an ad . . . .May I ask why the serpa?
I would check out hideous holsters if you're looking for kydex.
I just hate the locking and unholstering method required by the serpa, it's just begging for a ND IMHO. I think there are far better options for firearm retention.
Excuse me, but if you follow the instructions that come with every Serpa holster, your finger cannot fall into the trigger guard. In fact, it inevitably falls into the correct position along the frame. Any problems come from not following directions - i.e. negligence. Negligence and firearms do not mix well.The serpa is a banned design among several notable agencies and instructors, just google "banning the serpa" there are literally too many to list.
Using the trigger finger as a means of releasing a method of retention is idiotic at best and fatal at worst. You are forcing your trigger finger to cover the trigger mechanism as you draw, instead of indexing your trigger finger on the side of the frame above the trigger mechanism.
For those of you that say retention is a must, have you used a high quality kydex holster? The retention is typically forced around the ejection port and has a very positive "click" in and out. I can shake like hell my kydex holsters upside down/sideways/in a paint can mixer (maybe a little exaggeration) and the weapon doesn't move. Yet it still allows for a fast safe draw.
Get over defending your purchase, look at the real life facts and the real life dangers the serpa demands.