The Consumer Product Safety Commission along with Federal Cartridge Company has issued a recall involving handgun holsters, specifically the Blackhawk T-Series L2C model.
The holster's design could move the safety switch, turning it off without the wearer knowing, and could allow the trigger to be pulled, firing the gun unexpectedly.
About 3,100 holsters were sold through at Bass Pro Shops and other sporting goods stores and online at blackhawk.com from June through August. The cost about $65.
The holsters hold a Sig Sauer P320/P250 and clip onto the wearer's belt. It has the number 2101213 A printed on the outside of the plastic-molded holster.
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