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Discussion in 'Handguns' started by edd666666, May 14, 2016.
Hi can anyone recommend a pocket carry holster for a Sig 938? Thanks Ed.
I carry mine in a Remora. I like that it's IWB or equally good as pocket carry. My brother uses the DeSantis Tuck and he likes that one a lot.
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My son carries his 938 in a GALCO POCKET PROTECTOR and loves it.
In what pocket are you going to carry it in, what type of garment, and what Condition will you be carrying it?
Good questions OdBm. I will carry it in the right front pocket(I am right handed) of chinos in social situations with people in closer proximity to me. Much of the time will be spent sitting and I understand drawing is a problem for a pocket holster, still I do not want to go with IWB or other type. Thanks again OdBm, Ed.
Robert Mika of mikaspocketholsters dot com makes some of the most functional pocket holsters. They are reasonably priced. They're not the prettiest if that is important to you; however, Robert, knows what works since he is former LAPD.
Like many of us that "carry" concealed, you WILL try several holsters over the years. Mika's stuff is a good start.
I have a Simply Rugged Pocket Protector for my Ruger SP101 that I use and love, but I've come to appreciate my Urban Carry Total Concealment holster for deep carrying my P938. It's appendix IWB, but it looks and feels like pocket carry.
Just ordered a leather pocket holster for my 938 from UBG holster. He has to make it and right now the wait time is about 6-9 weeks. I'll try and update this thread with a quick review of it after I get it. My other UBG products are great though, so I am expecting no less.
When I pocket my P938 it's in a Remora
I've got a Desanti Superfly for my P238. I like having the removable flap as some pockets it works better with the flap and without.
I carry in the cargo pockets of nylon fishing shorts.... to keep the pistol from printing I prefer some form of outer flap to break up the outline... the Recluse line (two sided cargo shown with my G42) works well as the cut down the spine allows you to get purchase on the grip, while still allowing a full outer flap to prevent printing.... the club foot is for the cargo pocket, a tapered model is designed for general front pocket use
I carry my LC9s in a DeSantis Nemesis and love it.
+ a bajillion
Mika's holsters are not the prettiest, but from a functionality perspective, they are great. Robert is also one of the nicest guys in the business. I recently bought one of his holsters for my Shield. Within an hour of hitting the order button on-line, he actually called me to discuss my holster needs. We then talked for about an hour about holster stuff, gun stuff and self defense stuff.
Oh yea...His prices are exceptionally competitive too.
I plan on getting a couple more Mika's for my J-Frame and LCP.
I pocket carry the Sig p938 in a remora as well, although I don't do it often as I prefer the faster draw of IWB.
If you get a left-handed holster with full sweat shield for right-handed pocket carry, the sweat shield helps break up the printed outline.
I tried the leather-lined first, but sweat makes the leather sticky and slows down the draw. Just the standard liner or the plush liner is the way to go if you get a remora.
+1 on the DeSantis Nemesis. I use one for my Kel Tec .380 and its a really nice holster. I recommend it.
The problem with some pocket holsters is actually getting the gun out of the holster in the pocket. I've always found this to be the case with leather pocket holsters. You also want your holster to conform to your pocket. I've started using Sticky Holsters for these reasons. They have a non-slip outer soft-shell.
I really like the Remora 3B-RFT (reinforced top).
The Remora single mag carrier is pretty handy too.
I don't have a picture just yet but I recently got a sticky holster in the mail for my Springfield XDS 9mm and I must say it has truly amazed me, for not having a clip and only costing a small amount of $20.00 it fully protects my gun, holds still in my pants, and does not come out with the weapon when I draw. Other holsters with my slender body type never seemed to sit just right but this one does. Just a short description for anyone who may be on the verge of buying one but doesn't know yet.