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Looking for Sig P239 CCW holster options...

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by Macchina, Dec 23, 2008.

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  1. Macchina

    Macchina Member

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    I just got a Sig P239, and I am planning on carrying it. Right now it is around 0 degrees and we have 15 inches of snow with another 10 on the way: concealing an AR-15 would not be difficult. I am looking for the right holster to be able to conceal the gun with just a thin shirt on. I currently have a cheap Don Hume slide holster that was $20 at the gun shop I bought the gun from. The holster is actually quite nice, but the but hangs off my body a bit more than I would like. I have a Rafter S belt on the way, so that may take care of some of that. I don't know if I want IWB, but if there is a nice "comfortable" holster for it, I'll give it a try. Otherwise, what are some of the most concealing OWB holsters?
     
  2. KBintheSLC

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    I normally carry my P239 IWB at 4 oclock in a Blackhawk size 6... sometimes I toss it in a Fobus paddle holster OWB at 3 oclock. Neither of the holsters are expensive or fancy, but they do work.
     
  3. SeanMTX

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    I carry a HK and Glock in different Crossbreed Supertuck holsters and love them.

    They're uber comfortable, and can conceal in this Texas heat with a silk shirt on. At about $70 each they're less than some of the more exotic ones out there and at about 9 months of age on mine, it looks like it'll be around for the next 10 years.

    I recommended this holster to a cop friend and a civvie friend and both swear by it.
    I highly recommend them.
     
  4. Pawpaw40

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    I carry a 239 in a Milt Sparks VM2. Comfortable, concealable. 6 month wait from Sparks. Got mine in about a week from http://www.lightningarms.com/. It was about a $40 premium over what it would cost from Milt Sparks though.
     
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    I us a desantis OWB holster for it for off duty carry. Not sure what the modle is, but it is the one with the two slots in the front for straight/canted carry. Holds very close to the body and works well in warm weather or cold.
     
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    The Crossbreed Supertuck holsters look nice.
    SeanMTX - How does the Kydex portion of the holster affect the finish of the gun when carrying daily?

    Thanks.
     
  8. Storm

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    I use a Galco OWB Concealable that keeps the gun in nice and tight.
     
  9. don95sml

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    If you decide to go IWB, I would definitely recommend a High Noon "Tail Gunner with Straps" (about $70). If you shoot any competition, you'll need a holder for 2 mags; High Noon "Double Take" is great (about $37). Delivery is not swift, since they have a waiting list, but the superb quality is worth waiting for. Check out their web site.
     
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