PPQ M2 holster compatibility

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    PPQ M2 holster compatibility

    I have a Sparks on order, but that'll be another couple months. I'd like to carry this thing, or at least use it in competition. Does anybody know what other gun holster would work for this thing? Fobus is no joy. Neither is a Fobus for an M&P. I have heard that a P2000 holster will work.

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    What style are you looking for?

    I would suggest sticking with one designed specifically for the PPQ.

    Our works with both the PPQ and PPQ M2.

    Walther PPQ ACE-1 Holster

    Good luck in your search!

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    For OWB I have a JM Custom Kydex that I like. And for USPSA I use a Bladetech DOH that works well. These are both PPQ M2 specific.

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    Quote Originally Posted by multistage View Post
    I have a Sparks on order, but that'll be another couple months. I'd like to carry this thing, or at least use it in competition. Does anybody know what other gun holster would work for this thing? Fobus is no joy. Neither is a Fobus for an M&P. I have heard that a P2000 holster will work.
    Walther P99AS/P99 holsters should accommodate the PPQ. Many will, at least. That said, if you want a good PPQ holster you can have in 2 to 3 days, the FoxX hybrid for PPQ are shipped same or next day, and come priority mail. I use one almost exclusively now for my PPQ for EDC. It's an IWB 4 or 5 o'clock hybrid design.
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    I definitely wouldn't carry a striker-fired, no-safety gun in any holster except one expressly designed to fit that specific model.
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