BlackHawk has issued a product safety notice regarding the Serpa Level 3 Light Bearing Duty Holster. The notice refers to isolated cases of the holster breaking away from its jacket slot (the interface between holster and belt) due to inserts pulling out of the holster. The causes for this problem have been identified and addressed, according to the company.

Although this condition only affects a limited number of holsters, to prevent future damage from occurring, BlackHawk recommends you replace your holster, and is offering a free upgrade for all owners of Serpa Light Bearing holsters manufactured before October 2011. To find out if your holster might be affected and to see images of what to look for, view BlackHawk's safety notification.

If your Light Bearing holster qualifies under this program, you can visit www.blackhawk.com and follow the instructions. Anyone with this specific holster should follow the instructions on the safety notification, and is encouraged to take advantage of BlackHawk's Replacement Program.

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