Recall alert: Holsters recalled, could move handgun safety

Handgun holsters recalled, could move gun safety switch

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.

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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.

If you have one of the recalled items, you're being directed to stop using it and contact Blackhawk for a refund. You can call 888-343-7547 from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. ET Monday through Friday or click here for more information.