holster for a Steyr pistol

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    holster for a Steyr pistol

    I just put money down the other day on a new Steyr S40-A1 I will try some of the holsters that i have for some of my other pistols but wondering if anyone carries one and has any recommendations, i know they are not too common, i carry RH side IWB or OWB either is fine. Thanks in advance. Dave

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    I just sold off a steyr compact 40. FANTASTIC gun, but I went to all 9mm.

    Holsters are tough for an uncommon brand (in the USA), but the gun store I bought mine from fitted it with a holster made for a walther. It fit well.

    Hey, how about the sights on that gun? Btw, mine ran like a sewing machine with any ammo. Steel cased, win white box, you name it.

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    Most of the custom makers should be able to handle a Steyr order.

    Yep. A little more costly and there will be a wait, but it is nearly always worth it.

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    Fobus makes a slew of holsters for Steyr.

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    Quote Originally Posted by StormRhydr View Post
    I just sold off a steyr compact 40. FANTASTIC gun, but I went to all 9mm.

    Holsters are tough for an uncommon brand (in the USA), but the gun store I bought mine from fitted it with a holster made for a walther. It fit well.

    Hey, how about the sights on that gun? Btw, mine ran like a sewing machine with any ammo. Steel cased, win white box, you name it.
    I won't pick it up for another week but i did shoot one and the sights sold me on it, that and the fact most of the holes on the target were touching. People say it's an improvement over the Glock. Oh boy i hope i didn't open up a can of worms with that statement. I have owned Glocks and they are awesome, just not crazy about the grip.

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    Quote Originally Posted by coorslight View Post
    ....People say it's an improvement over the Glock. Oh boy i hope i didn't open up a can of worms with that statement. I have owned Glocks and they are awesome, just not crazy about the grip.
    Who are the people, glock haters? Well all I can say is the Steyr needs much lubrication.
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    Cleveland Holsters, LLC HOME I don't own one of these but they look like fine holsters, and i have the owner on my Facebook, he seems decent. The web page has a holstered Steyr. You might check them out.
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    We offer holsters for them.

    $59.95 and ship in 3-5 business days.

    Steyr S40-A1, SHTF Gear ACE-1 Holster

    Great choice by the way, I'm on the lookout for a 9mm version.

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    I got this http://mtrcustomleather.net/gun-holsters/ for my Steyr pistol.
    Shoots your collector guns!

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    I had heard that the designer, Wilhelm Bubits worked for Glock but they parted ways. The Steyr M9 was supposed to kinda be the next generation Glock but I suppose Glock didn't feel that way. You may want to check out IWB Kydex/Leather Hybrid Holster Steyr. They make holsters for Steyr pistols. I don't own one for my M9 but I do have one of their IWB holsters for my LC9. Good prices, fast shipping, and they work well. Gotta love the trap sights on those Steyrs.

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    Recommend trolling Steyr Club...Steyr Club

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    Thank you all for your input, i am narrowing down my choices.

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