Ruger P95 owners- holster options?

Ruger P95 owners- holster options?

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    Ruger P95 owners- holster options?

    For all the Ruger P95 owners, what holsters have you found that work?


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    that the gun matters...a good holster is a good holster. Good makers...can make one for most guns...

    There are many fine holster makers around...you should have some great ones after you fill a box or two!

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    I have found that if you have a new gun with the picatinny rail you have to make sure you let the holster maker know. Even though some may say they can make it, once you tell them about the rail they may not have what they need for the new rail.
    I am getting one made at K&D holsters. I had to wait a couple weeks for Kevin to get what he needed to make it to fit my gun. I think it will be worth the wait. It should be here in about 10 weeks.

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    I have pretty much gone to leather these days but back when I had the P95DC as carry - did (surprisingly perhaps) find a Fobus paddle very adequate.

    Due to my shape and cover clothing, it did not, as many find, give any printing problems. If I was to go carry again with it however I would choose something like my Eagle defender that holds the SIG these days.
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    Just a quick note: My P95 is pre-rail. It is about four years old. (P95DC)

    Thanks for all the info...keep it coming. :-)

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    Since you don't have a rail you should have a better time finding a good one.
    I was going to get a C-Tac but they don't make one for the rail.
    They do however make one for your gun.
    A lot of people love their C-Tac.

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    I too have a "pre-rail" P-95. I carry it in a Bianchi minimalist owb leather holster. This combination works very well for me.

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    Forgot to say earlier - my old (pre-rail) P95DC also got very capably carried in a Bianchi X-15 sho rig (front break). I have a (very old) pic somewhere.

    Ahhh, here we go -


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    I use a Wilderness Safepacker. I believe it is the commander model. My P95 fits perfectly. While some may object that it is a tactical man purse and screams gun, I haven't had anyone give me a second look while wearing it. I find it is very comfortable and while opening the clasp takes a little time, I don't think it really takes any longer than sweeping up a tee shirt or aside any other cover garment. I also typically take it off my belt in the car and attach it to the seatbelt making carry while driving fairly comfortable with my P95 being very accessible.

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