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guitars and guns
May 18, 2011, 03:43 PM
I just got one and am looking for a holster for it. I think with this one I would prefer an OWB as it would be more comfortable. However, I'd still like to be able to conceal it pretty easily so maybe a high ride holster. My Kahr CW9 can be carried IWB but it is much smaller (and lighter) than the P250 so I figured that in order to carry comfortably that OWB high ride would be the way to go.

Any suggestions?

BTW-I have the newer model with the longer rail.

guitars and guns
May 20, 2011, 10:24 AM
No one?

GURU1911
May 29, 2011, 12:30 AM
Chill out bro---a fellow texan in austin county, is here to assist you. Go to the website of "crossbreed holsters" and checkout their offerings. The "super-tuck" is for iwb carry & their "snap slide" is for otp carry.

These holsters are u-g-l-y but will be the most comfortable you can find, once the leather back plate has conformed to your body shape. Who cares if they aren't pretty to look at---no one will know but you !!!! You ain't wearing it to make a fashion statement or to scream "hey look how much money i spent on this fancy exotic leather holster & you can't afford one"

good luck with your search for a suitable holster to meet you own unique personal needs.

guitars and guns
June 27, 2011, 10:21 PM
In case anyone is looking for a holster for the 2nd gen, JMG holsters offers them now. He wasn't aware of the differences until I emailed him asking about it. He lists bo both 1st end 2nd gen now.

ClydeFrog
June 28, 2011, 10:30 PM
There are many, many holster & gear makers posted on this & other popular gun/firearms forums.
A quick check will show links to a lot of top websites & firms.
:)
For the compact SIG model P250 pistol, check here; www.Blackhawk.com www.Blade-tech.com www.Miltsparks.com www.Galcogunleather.com www.COMholsters.com www.HighNoonHolsters.com www.Safariland.com www.Kirkpatrickleather.com . You can also look for Kramer Holsters, Alessi, Ted Blocker, Ken Null, DeSantis, DelFatti.

Depending on your budget, styles(leather, kydex, etc), uses(OC, range, match, CC, etc) you should find a holster to meet your needs.
I'd suggest contacting the company before buying to let them know of any design changes or model types too. Some holsters are fit and molded to exact industry specs and minor changes may cause problems in some brands.

CF

guitars and guns
June 30, 2011, 01:05 PM
Just ordered the IWB 3.1 with sweat shield from JMG Holsters.

http://www.jmgholsters.com/iwb.htm

I will let everyone know how it is as soon as I recieve and use it.