Help looking for a paddle OWB holster for Sig P239

Help looking for a paddle OWB holster for Sig P239

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    Help looking for a paddle OWB holster for Sig P239

    Hi All,

    I have the crossbreed super tuck iwb holster and I really like it, but I wanted a paddle owb holster that doesn't require a belt so I can wear it to the store, range or around the house. Can anyone suggest a good one for my sig P239? Thanks!


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    I have one of these for my Glock27 which I'm quite happy with. Well built.

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    I've got a couple from Stoner and I'm very happy with them. I use them on my Kahr CW9 and Springfield XDS.

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    A paddle holster isnt a great idea without a belt. Good chance of drawing your holster with the gun. If you are hellbent on no belt, look at other options (pistol wear, bellyband etc...) Or just get a little .38 snubby and throw it in a pocket.

    No matter how good a holster is, it will suck without a decent belt.

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    I've got a Fist #18 Murnak paddle holster. Works very well.
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    I have a Blackhawk Serpa and a Safariland ALS for my Glock 23. I prefer the Safariland and considering how tight it is to put on - I'd guess you could pull off wearing it w/o a belt if needed. It's REALLY tight to get on over my instructors belt with jeans.

    If you look for a Safariland the numbers you want are: 6378-74-411, 6378-75-411, 6378-754-411 depending on caliber.

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    You may wish to watch this before you decide to purchase a paddle holster

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    Thanks for all the input. I'll have to do some more research before and then make a decision. Maybe I'll just suck it up and just use my supertuck full-time.

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    I carry my Ruger LCP (about the same size as yours) in a cell phone case...it fits perfectly...(the candy bar cell phone case type..just cut the flap over off....)
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    GALCO speed paddle when you need a good paddle holster and don't want to wait for a High Noon.










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    Quote Originally Posted by kb2wji View Post
    Or just get a little .38 snubby and throw it in a pocket.
    Having a firearm loose in a pocket isn't something most people would recommend. You want something covering the trigger, but then it is probably your leg the hole will be in.
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