these guys make wonderful holsters at very affordable prices.
This is a discussion on Holster Options for Sig P238 within the Defensive Carry Holsters & Carry Options forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; Hey folks, I just bought a new Sig P238 today and I wanted to get some suggestions for a holster. I have another guns that ...
Hey folks, I just bought a new Sig P238 today and I wanted to get some suggestions for a holster. I have another guns that I carry in the evenings and on weekends, but I got the P238 to wear during the weekdays when I have to wear business casual clothes. I wear khakis and other dress pants and needed something very small and easy to conceal in a professional environment.
I'm primarily looking for a TUCKABLE IWB holster. Secondary option would be a pocket carry, but I'd rather try some tuckable IWB options first. If there any production holsters that are available immediately, that would be a big plus too. I know there are a lot of excellent custom holster makers here on the forum, but I'd rather not have to wait for weeks and weeks to get the holster. I would prefer to have something already in stock that can be purchased and shipped immediately.
Any advice, recommendations, and suggestions would be appreciated. Thanks!
We have almost every holster we make for that gun. Both stocking and non stocking.
yep, I should have mentioned High Noon also. Great holsters and excellent customer service.
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Haven't seen anything that will fit the bill for me. Leather loops like Pure Kustom posted will be too obvious on a tucked holster for me. I need something with the J-hooks that will go behind the belt and come up and hook on the bottom edge of the belt. Those are a lot less noticeable that an over the belt metal clip or a leather loop when a dress shirt is tucked in. And weight isn't really much of a factor with the little P238, so the J-hooks should work just fine.
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Well, I ended up ordering a DeSantis Sof-Tuck from eBay. I've got 7 days to try it out before I have to return it. I will post the results after it comes in.
I see you got something, but you'll get more.
Don't get a tuckable with one clip. I got a nice Bullard, but the whole thing tries to twist upside down if I draw. Nothing wrong with Bullard, it's just the clip attaches at the bottom of the holster, and it just torques everything.
So, I ordered a "city slicker" from R. Grizzle, and it is great. He'll work with you up to a point, and his work is top notch.
(I wanted extra leather to cover the slide release, but he wouldn't do that for some reason. Otherwise, he was great.)
One clip is fine if it's a well built leather holster. I have a Colt Mustang works good no twist. If you have a small gun get A GOOD small holster imo