Desibens Gun Leather: #4 IWB for Sig P238

Desibens Gun Leather: #4 IWB for Sig P238

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    Desibens Gun Leather: #4 IWB for Sig P238

    Since I had a lot of time before I could carry my P238 I was able to out some good thought into what I wanted in my holster for this gun.

    I wanted an IWB, I wanted something with a snap loop, it either had to have a reinforced opening or just be very stiff, as the P238 is super slim I wasn't too worried about the location of the loop, I wanted a single loop for more room to locate the holster to either AIWB or strong side. Why the reinforced opening? Most of my holsters have them and I like them and prefer to keep some familiarity with all my gear, I don't like a bunch of different stuff. Keeping things similar = keeping it simple for me.

    A while back I had an opportunity to check out some of Rhome's work , and while that particular holster didn't suit my fancy in some areas the quality of the work did and the impressions made by that holster stuck with me.

    When i saw the IWB #4 on Rhome's site I knew it was going to be my choice of IWBs for this little package provided that he could accommodate the order.

    Communications were prompt, he went to work to obtain either a 238 or a mold, the order was completed in the quoted time and he even gave me an option of which holster I wanted (both versions can be seen in Rhome's gallery)for added comfort and stability but I opted for the minimal design for easier AIWB carry.

    The fit of the holster was a little snug at first, but about 30 minutes of working the gun in and out broke it in nicely, no need for wax paper etc.

    The material is firm but not too tough, the reinforced mouth is retaining it's shape nicely and the when the gun is inserted there's an audible "click noise" that one would not expect to hear from a leather holster. As I've said about Milt Sparks, it seems the holster has a force of it's own that just draws the gun other words the fit is just really nice.

    As Rhome had a P238 mold I did not have to worry about the sight channel being shallow (if one is using a Mustang etc. holster for a 238 this could be an issue), this sight channel is nice and deep. The stitching is good, and again the fit is phenomenal. What I really like about this holster is that I have the option of a single snap loop, or a double snap loop. I am currently using the double snap loop.

    I've been wearing the holster for a little over a week and I really like it, I'm thinking that if I were to primarily carry it strong side that I would have liked the added material but as this particular gun is carried more towards 1 o'clock I'm happy with the minimal version.

    Enough with the talk, here's the pics.

    If you're looking for a good holster for a small gun such as a P3AT, P32, LCP, or Kahrs I'd take a good look at this one. I don't know how I would like the single mounting point on a heavier gun, may if I feel bold I'll order one for the HK P7 and see how I like it.

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    I really like the look s of all of Rhome's stuff. I want to buy a rig from him at some point I just would like to have a new gn to do it with. LOL Very nice looking unit.
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    Seems like it has been a long road for you to be able to carry your 238. But it looks like things are really starting to come together nicely fo that carry set up. Nice looking holster.
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    Nice looking leather. Congtat's....
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    Nice work. gotta check that site. Thanks.
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