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    mikegel is offline Junior Member
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    Got the P238 -- Holster recommendations?

    Thanks to everyone who shared thoughts on the rainbow titanium p238.

    To my suprise, I got a call today from another dealer that the nitron with rosewood grips just came in. Much more to my liking

    Can I get some holster recommendations? How would most of you carry this Sig?...pocket holster? other?

    Thanks in advance.

    Mike

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    gtriever is offline Junior Member
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    I have a DM Bullard PWC rear pocket holster ordered. That's the way I carried the Kel-Tec P3AT, wallet on left, pistol on the strong side (right). He also makes a nice Bodyguard OWB holster and a Tuckable IWB for the P238 that look promising. If I'm carrying the 1911 as a primary with the 238 as a BUG, the Kangaroo Carry concealed shoulder holster works very well.

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    I have carried a Mustang and a Pony. They are similar in size and shape. I used pocket carry back in the day. I would look at the Galco Pocket Protector. It is a great entry level pocket holster. Give some thought to an Ankle holster as well.
    "Patriotism is supporting your country all the time, and your government when it deserves it." -Mark Twain

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    Quote Originally Posted by gtriever View Post
    I have a DM Bullard PWC rear pocket holster ordered.
    I have had my Bullard PWC for a few weeks now. It's a bit thick - quite a bit thicker than my rear pocket carry Talon that I use for my LCP. It is also very stiff. I have been working it with Neatsfoot every few days. Unoiled the holster tends to come out with the gun on a draw. The Bullard uses a little hook to snag to pocket rather than roughened leather and is very well made but it takes a bit of work to make it functional. Not a right out of the box holster.

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    wheelgunnerfla is offline Junior Member
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    I wish i had a 238

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    Quote Originally Posted by raytor View Post
    I have had my Bullard PWC for a few weeks now. It's a bit thick - quite a bit thicker than my rear pocket carry Talon that I use for my LCP. It is also very stiff. I have been working it with Neatsfoot every few days. Unoiled the holster tends to come out with the gun on a draw. The Bullard uses a little hook to snag to pocket rather than roughened leather and is very well made but it takes a bit of work to make it functional. Not a right out of the box holster.
    Got mine in. It is stiff, and looks like it's going to take some breakin time. But then again, the P3AT model that I had from Guru Dave (pocketholsters.com) was the same way. After 3 - 4 months it was excellent, and I believe the same thing will happen here. Mr. Bullard will definitely get more of my business...

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    galco

    I bought a galco in the pants holster, but the safety rubs my hip quite a bit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by decibels5 View Post
    I bought a galco in the pants holster, but the safety rubs my hip quite a bit.
    move the holster an inch or two in either direction.
    "Patriotism is supporting your country all the time, and your government when it deserves it." -Mark Twain

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    Forget a pocket holster

    Go with a High Noon Holsters Hidden Ally (highnoonholsters.com). It's a thin IWB; very comfortable and effective. It's also tuckable. I never use this option and they do offer it with that option. At $35 I don't think you will find more bang for your buck. Here's my P238 in the holster.




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    Crossbreed holsters . I think the one for the Colt Mustang will fix you up

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