greatzippy said:But would it fit an M&P 45 with frame safety?? From the pic it doesn't look like it would.
JBP55 said:My Serpa CQC has been in use almost a year with no problems. They do not conceal well but it is a decent holster for the money.
buckeye49 said:[quote name='JBP55']My Serpa CQC has been in use almost a year with no problems. They do not conceal well but it is a decent holster for the money.
45guy said:I have one for my M&P .45 because, at the time, nothing else was available. It works for IDPA but does not conceal very well. I blocked the stupid retention device.
I am still on the lookout for a good CCW OWB kydex.
I have one for a 1911 and I'm not fond of it at all. It took some playing with it to get the release working right. My hands are on the medium-small size and my fingers just do not fall naturally on the release button. I can hit it and release my pistol but it's a conscious act. Drawing isn't something you should have to be thinking about when you have more important things on your mind. I can also see just how easy it would be to jam the thing up with dirt. I also have Fobus holsters for 1911s (I'm still waiting on my M&P) and others and they are alright as far as inexpensive holsters go. Good values as long as you aren't in a huge hurry when you draw.tsix said:CQC SERPA Holster, Anybody know if this holster will fit the M&P 45?