I have one of these for my Glock27 which I'm quite happy with. Well built.
This is a discussion on Help looking for a paddle OWB holster for Sig P239 within the Defensive Carry Holsters & Carry Options forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; 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 ...
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!
Here at the rock, we have two basic rules...
Glock 27 for every day carry (LCP for deep conceal when necessary)... Glock 23 for the home.
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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.
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.
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.
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.
GALCO speed paddle when you need a good paddle holster and don't want to wait for a High Noon.
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