A single mounting point should be plenty provided it rides stable. I used this IWB from Desibens Gun Leather and was quite happy with it: Desibens Gun Leather: #4 IWB for Sig P238
This is a discussion on Concealed vs comfort? within the Defensive Carry Holsters & Carry Options forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; I have a Sig P238 and would like to find a comfortable IWB holster for it. I know it can be concealed easily IWB but ...
I have a Sig P238 and would like to find a comfortable IWB holster for it. I know it can be concealed easily IWB but im wondering if since the Sig P238 is so small, do I need an IWB with dual clips or will something like the Woolfe Bite holster be enough to secure it comfortably IWB. I drive about 4-5 hours a day so comfort is important to me while in the car.
Although I do have a couple single clip holsters, and 1 no clip holster the double clips always give you the most comfort. Hybrids are also the way to go when made for your gun. Leather can be comfortable, but Hybrids give you a real barrier between you and the gun. Leather has a barrier but the feel of the gun against your side is much more pronounced with them compared to Hybrids.
The Brommeland Max-Con V is the most comfortable holster I have ever worn. The Brommeland Max-Con V, (arguably) The Best IWB Holster On The Planet - YouTube
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I really like the leather holsters more than kydex. I have a CBST for my XD40sc and it is not very comfortable.
Small gun should have small holster. I carry a G27 in a Ubg holster.Barely notice I have it on.
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check out Don Humes IWB leather holsters. I have one for my G26 & it has a single metal clip & it holds secure & is very low peofile
My recommendation is the Remora.
There are plenty of good reviews on there around the internet and on almost every gun forum.
Here is what I love about them.
1.) With a clip on hoster all the weight is resting on the clip, and subsequently, on your pants. The Remora is a "no clip" hoster so the weight of your gun is equally spread along the entire surface of the holster. So half of the weight is pressed againt your leg and not on your belt. Point being.. it doesn't pull down on your pants like a clip on holster does.
2.) It's versatile: I move mine around all day long. My primary place is 3:30. But I pull it out and tuck it under my right thigh when I drive. When I hop in the store for a quick whatever, I put it apendix. When I use the public facilities I tuck it under my arm pit so it doesn't pull down my pants, or bounce around on the ground telling everyone that you've got a gun on you. You can't do all that with a traditional holster.
3.) They're dirt cheap. They're like $29.00. You almost have to buy one just because of the price.
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For me, it actually helps hold UP my pants.1.) With a clip on hoster all the weight is resting on the clip, and subsequently, on your pants. The Remora is a "no clip" hoster so the weight of your gun is equally spread along the entire surface of the holster. So half of the weight is pressed againt your leg and not on your belt. Point being.. it doesn't pull down on your pants like a clip on holster does.
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