Are reported by MilitaryTimes.com, Blackhawk is recalling the light bearing version of their SERPA Level 3 holsters made before October 11, 2011.
Users are over tightening the mounting screws which weakens the material surrounding the threaded insert and can cause the holster to break off from the platform. It seems holsters were manufactured back in 2009 with an incorrect part that contributes to the problem, but Blackhawk isn’t taking any chances and is offering to replace all SERPA Level 3 light bearing holsters manufactured prior to October 2011 (part number CJD1300 or 2100xxx on the back).
Blackhawk covers all the costs associated with shipping the defective holsters back and forth. Just visit www.blackhawk.com and follow the instructions, send an e-mail to email@example.com or call Blackhawk at 800-694-5263 to get the ball rolling.
Additional information is available at their recall page, here.