Holster for Sig P238

Holster for Sig P238

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    Holster for Sig P238

    I am looking for an IWB holster for my Sig P238. I've been shopping the usual brands, Cross Breed, White Hat etc. and came across the Nate Squared.

    Does anyone have any experience with these holsters?? I was wondering how comfortable they were to wear.

    Any help is appreciated.


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    Check out the offerings from oldfaithful holsters. Get a level three kit and save a bunch with very little work. First rate materials all the way.

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    I've had my crossbreed for about a week. I love it. Had it in my hands in 23 days. My P238 fits well. I forget its on.
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    I'm wearing my P238 Equinox with a CTC laser in a N82 original style holster right now. It's an exceptionally comfortable holster and retains the pistol very well. Re-holstering with the original style rig requires removing the holster, inserting (my favorite word) the pistol, then repositioning the holster. They now have their "pro" version available for the P238, which allows easy re-holstering. I emailed Nate to ask about a pro version for the P238 with a Crimson Trace laser and received a reply within minutes indicating that it was in the works and coming soon.

    Materials and construction are top-shelf and the customer service is outstanding. It's not the least expensive holster I've bought for my favorite little Sig, but it's my favorite so far.

    Cheers!

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    I was looking for something too... I ended up ordering a Falco http://www.falcoholsters.com/stranka...027732539f.jpg ... Only thing is i ordered mid March and I am still waiting to get it!
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    Quote Originally Posted by 1911_Kimber View Post
    I was looking for something too... I ended up ordering a Falco http://www.falcoholsters.com/stranka...027732539f.jpg ... Only thing is i ordered mid March and I am still waiting to get it!
    No email address for questions on this site, wow ..behind the times a bit.

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    I've used a nice leather holster from Talon for the past few years. Light and wears well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ericb327 View Post
    I've had my crossbreed for about a week. I love it. Had it in my hands in 23 days. My P238 fits well. I forget its on.
    i also carry my sig p238 in a crossbreed for almost 2 years,ive tried alot of holsters and i always go back to the crossbreed,
    very comfortable and even gets better when you use a quality gun belt,instead of a dress belt,i could'nt believe the diffrence it made to complete the whole package,
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    Appreciate all the input. I'm going to with either the Crossbreed or White hat after looking at the various options, probably in horse hide due to living in West Texas.

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    You might want to take a look at TTGunleather IWB

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    Quote Originally Posted by DinkyDauDon View Post
    You might want to take a look at TTGunleather IWB]
    That is a nice looking holster. I need something with a "tuckable" feature. When I can go "un-tucked" I will be wearing an OWB holster.

    Thanks for the photo and info!

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    +1 on the crossbreed minituck. Very comfortable holster!

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    Quote Originally Posted by TonyDTrigger View Post
    No email address for questions on this site, wow ..behind the times a bit.
    True... They do have a message option which they respond to when within 3 days
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    I've heard great things about N82. Never tried one though. CBST was out of my price range and I really didn't want to wait 3 weeks for it.. so I went with the Galco King Tuk. Great Holster.


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    I too use Tucker gunleatherp238 holster frt.jpg

    completely forget it's there...and tuckable!!

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