View Full Version : Best holster for USP .40 compact?

April 27, 2002, 05:54 PM
I'm rapidly building up my holster graveyard for my H & K USP .40 compact.

So far I have FIST, FOBUS, Uncle Mike's in Kydex, and Safariland. and I'm looking hard at leather. Each is good in their own way, but I must be a picky ol' cuss. I want to look at Wilson Combat (kydex with suede lining, but do they make it for the USP?) I have an e-mail sent to them, but so far no response.

What do you guys recommend? Concealable and quick to draw?

April 27, 2002, 11:08 PM
LA Survivor, give them a call. They openly admit they suck at checking their e-mail. They are very very helpful on the phone.


The Adjuster is supposed to fit the USP: A3BSR Fits Glock 17/ 19/ 20/ 21/ 22/ 23, H&K USP, Sig 220/ 226, S&W "most full size 9mm & .40's", Ruger "P" models*. $109.95

It doesn't say HK USP Compact, but they're roughly the same size as a Grock 19. Safariland makes the same holster.

April 28, 2002, 08:26 AM

April 30, 2002, 12:44 AM
Cen-Dex makes Great Kydex gear. All Hand Made, formed and finished @:


April 30, 2002, 02:40 AM
FIST is excellent, fast, and tucks wonderfully into the kidney hollow for concealment. I'm partial to the close cropped pancake. A friend has the kydex and loves it, though I haven't tried one yet.

Perhaps a touch faster, and somewhat cheaper, is Graham Custom's 4x. Bikini type, and harder to conceal.

SA Scott
April 30, 2002, 02:37 PM
I'm sitting here looking at my .40c in it's Don Hume JIT slide. For me, it rides high at a good angle and is quick and comfortable. Not fancy, not flashy, but it works. And for under $30, not a gut-wrenching loss if you don't like it.

SA Scott

April 30, 2002, 06:58 PM
The only holsters that I still use are Milt Sparks Versa Max 2s. It's the most comfortable holster of any design that I've ever worn. When I carry my USP Compact it rides in a Versa Max 2. I highly recommend you pick one up.