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Hello, and welcome to the forum.

Is your existing holster unacceptable because of the mechanism? If that's the case, would they accept it if you simply removed the mechanism?

The reason I ask is because I have a holster similar to the Serpa and was able to remove the mechanism simply by driving out a pin. This is non-destructive, so you can restore the holster to its original state quite easily. This simple modification made the draw faster - I manage 0.8 sec., which is not far off the aimed-for range of 0.5 to 0.7 sec. In spite of the lack of retention, the pistol has never fallen out of the holster during combat drills.

I also have a PPQ Classic and the holster referred to is cheap and made from hard plastic (not Kydex). You can choose various attachments (paddle, belt loop etc.). It is made by IMI Defense and ZAHAL will ship at a very reasonable cost:

https://zahal.org/product/imi-defense-level-2-walther-ppq-m1-holster-imi-z1420/

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The pin is the only visible one (the hinge point of the lever). You can drive it out from the bottom (from the top, the lip of the holster is in your way). Use a 2mm flat-headed punch.

If it fails your jump test, you'll have to look for something else - but I think it's worth a try.

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