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IWB holster for Steyr S9

Discussion in 'Handguns: Holsters and Accessories' started by Uneasy Rider, Feb 9, 2011.

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  1. Uneasy Rider

    Uneasy Rider Member

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    Im looking for some recommendations for a nice leather IWB holster for my Steyr S9.

    I like the Desantis sof tuck, but they don't sell one specifically for my gun.

    If you are an owner of a Steyr S9 what IWB holster do you use?


    Thanks in advance to a great forum.
     
  2. breacher

    breacher Member

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    I don't have an S9 but I have an M40 among other Steyrs. The Springfield XD leather holsters fit the Steyrs pretty well as do holsters made for the Sig 229. Don Hume makes a nice inexpensive IWB holster.

    also check out http://www.steyrclub.com/vb/index.php
    lots of Steyr info and also a holster section
     
  3. Zundfolge

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    My EDC is a Steyr S40, I carry in a modified pancake holster made by Mark Waldon ... unfortunately he no longer makes holsters.

    I'm assuming yours is not an A1, if it is an A1 than UBG makes leather for it.

    For a pre A1 you could contact Eric at HBE Leatherworks, I believe he has molds for the early Steyrs (or at least he did at one time).

    High Noon makes leather for Steyrs (I had a tailgunner w/clip for a while and its the only single clip holster that I didn't hate).

    Of course if you don't mind a hybrid, the Crossbreed Supertuck is available for our guns.

    Note that a holster for an M9 will work just fine for an S9.
     
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  4. Uneasy Rider

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    Thanks for the tips fellas!
     
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