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Old 07-12-2020, 12:38 PM   #1
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P365 Holster Recs and NDs

I just purchased mine yesterday, and it should be coming within the next couple of weeks (at most, hopefully). I also just purchased a Tulster holster, just to see how it would work. Since I am new to getting a CCW (no license yet, and second gun) I was wondering about some other people's opinions on good holsters aside from this? I was also looking at a Savoy Leather holster, but figured I'd hold off until I have some more experience with this one. I also wanted to know if there was any history with ND's on the 365 - I looked through forums and barely saw any, but I saw that the lack of a dingus and drop safety could be an issue.

I am very safe with my firearms, but I just wanted to hear if there was something to worry about, as I did not get a manual safety on my 365 (figured I may end up losing the fight if I did have it on). For reference, I'm a 5'7 stocky college student, who would carry every day. Appreciate all y'all's input!

EDIT: Should also note that I have shot several Sigs for rental or that my friends have owned - honestly not having the dingus didn't bother me, but just wanted to hear opinions about actually personally carrying it.
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Old 07-12-2020, 01:05 PM   #2
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I like my Garrett holster.

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You will find that there are a lot on here that carry the 365 everyday with no worries. It is my goto when I need deep concealment, otherwise I am carrying a P229 in .357sig.

One recommendation. Go to Walmart and get you a large storage tub to fit under your bed. You will need it for all of the holsters you will acquire in a short amount of time. :-)

Congratulations and enjoy it! It is a great little gun that is in the top of the sales lists for some time.

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These all work pretty good:



While there are some slide on holsters there, I almost exclusively use the Kusiak signature (third down on right) for IWB and I have a C&G Kydex covert clip on coming for OWB.

When using clip holsters, always (always) always...did I mention always...remove holster, safely insert gun ensuring trigger guard is covered, attach holster and gun back on belt....GUN belt. If using a slide on belt holster, ensure absolutely NO distractions when holstering weapon. Keep fingers OUT of trigger guard. Always check holster for FOD (foreign objects or debris) before holstering.

NDs generally happen when unseen objects get tangled in trigger while holstering...or user is playing with holstered gun.
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ND means negligent--it isn't the gun, it is the user! RE: holsters, go for quality and a respected maker and decide if you want leather, kydex or a combo. I have various holsters for different pistols, and all serve their purpose. Among those I use often are Vedder and TRex (both kydex).
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Kusiak Leather for me.
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ND means negligent--it isn't the gun, it is the user! RE: holsters, go for quality and a respected maker and decide if you want leather, kydex or a combo. I have various holsters for different pistols, and all serve their purpose. Among those I use often are Vedder and TRex (both kydex).
For all of y'all - what good reasons do you have for specific styles of holsters, and why? This meaning leather, kydex, etc.

I'm sticking with IWB, at least for this specific gun (seems to be made specifically with that in mind anyway)
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Loggie, everybody has their own personal preference and those preferences may not match those of another person (probably why many of us have multiple holsters). For IWB I prefer kydex because it is quite thin and holds its shape when reholstering. Of course they tend to be much less expensive than a quality leather holster. For OWB my preference is leather. Over time, you'll figure out what works best for you.
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I use leather because once broken in it conforms to my body a little and becomes more comfortable. I haven’t yet found a comfortable IWB full Kydex holster, even trying recommendations off these boards. I have had success with N8 Tactical professional and I do like their “twist/click” retention. I have just come to love the Kusiak Signature more than all of them. Both for comfort and ease of mounting/removing holstered gun from belt.

You’ll end up with more than one eventually because as has been stated, we all have different preferences.
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Before buying holsters, buy a GOOD, no, GREAT belt. I prefer steel core leather belts. Trust me, spend the money on a great belt. Without a great belt, all holsters pretty much suck.
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For me... it's gotta be full kydex. Click in retention and ability to hold it's shape inside the waistband for re-holstering is mandatory.

I have tried a handful of different holsters but keep coming back to the Vedder Light Tuck with the concealment claw. I like to have a full sweat guard too which is available on the Vedder.

Still always on the lookout for the "right" holster... and I second the recommendations both for the quality carry belt and a good storage bin for the accumulation of holsters you are likely to encounter.
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When carrying any striker-fired pistol (which I don't anymore), I would only carry them in fully rigid kydex holsters. Tons of good manufacturers out there - JM Custom Kydex, Blackpoint and Vedder being some of my favorites.
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I where the hidden hybrid holster 8-10 hours a day, it is very comfortable.
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Hybrid holsters, IWB, for me. I prefer either Galco King Tuk or the Crossbreed mini Tuk for the 365. I slide it back to the 5-5:30 or so position. Hold it up with a Daltech Force Super Biobelt. I have this setup for several firearms and so it is muscle memory regardless of which striker fired, polymer gun I am carrying.

Hyrbid holsters seem to provide the comfort level of leather, but the positive retention of kydex, and conform well to the user. I also like that I can easily remove the entire holster/firearm without needing to remove the belt. I've driven on extensive roadtrips, etc with this setup.

Highly concealable and I can wear the same whether I am wearing jeans, cargo shorts, or dressier pants (on rare occasion).

I'm not interest in appendix carry.
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For all of y'all - what good reasons do you have for specific styles of holsters, and why? This meaning leather, kydex, etc.



I'm sticking with IWB, at least for this specific gun (seems to be made specifically with that in mind anyway)


Some prefer leather some kydex. I prefer kydex for the trigger protection.
Kydex obviously wonít deform over time like leather could potentially.

Iím sure there are some high quality leather holsters that keep their shape around the trigger guard.

Kydex holsters can offer a lot of flexibility for adjustment of retention and the angle of cant.

I prefer the Vedder Light Tuck Kydex holster.

Holsters are a personal preference and it may take buying a few before you find the right one for you. I believe Vedder has a money back guarantee after a certain amount of time. Other manufacturers might have the same. Possibly start with those companies that offer a guarantee.


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