This collection of frequently asked questions (FAQ) provides brief answers to many common questions about BLACKHAWK® products. Discover what other BLACKHAWK enthusiasts have asked us and how it can help you.
Q: Where can I purchase BLACKHAWK products?
A: To purchase BLACKHAWK products, please visit an authorized dealer in-store or online. Use the Dealer Locator
to find a store in your area.
Q: I need to order parts for my BLACKHAWK product. Who do I contact to find out which parts I need?
A: Please complete the Contact Us
form and a Customer Service member will be in touch with you soon to address it directly.
Q: You currently do not make a product that I’m looking for. Will you be making it in the future?
A: We get a lot of requests for new products and pass these requests on to our Product Development team for consideration. Please complete the Contact Us
form and a customer service member will be in touch with you soon to address this with you directly.
Q: Why don’t you offer holsters for every make and model of weapon?
A: The fit of our holsters are designed to match specific weapons. One holster won’t fit every model or user. We offer holster options for right- and left-handed shooters. Visit our Holster Selector Tool
to find the right holster for you!
Q: I searched your website and used your Holster Selector Tool, but still can’t find a holster to fit my weapon. Now what?
A: We are committed to designing and manufacturing quality gear for all disciplines. As new firearms are introduced, we evaluate our new product introductions to meet the needs of our customers. We appreciate your feedback and suggestions. Please complete a Contact Us
form and our team will review.
Q: Do you offer custom embroidery?
A: Yes. Please visit our Contact Us
section to learn more about or OEM program.
Q: What is Tencel?
A: Tencel is a man-made fiber that's constructed with natural cellulose found in wood pulp. It's fully biodegradable and has a low impact on energy use and natural resources.
Q: Why do BLACKHAWK Knoxx SpecOps Adjustable shotgun stocks not work on my semi-automatic shotgun?
A: The spring plunger that extends into the stocks of some semi-automatic