The 4 Best Sig P938 Holsters
The Sig P938 makes for a great carry firearm but how are you carrying yours? We researched and reviewed the best holsters for Sig P938 handguns in this article.
We looked to find the best holsters for comfort, ease of use/draw and reliability.
So let’s get right into our list of the best Sig Sauer P938 holsters:
So, the Sticky Holster sizing chart says that an MD-3 is the correct sized holster for a p938, but the holster is a bit too large for the gun in practice. The MD-1 actually fits the little 9mm quite perfectly. Sticky Holster uses fiction and compression to hold your pistol in place. This holster will actually fit several firearms, but seems to hug the p938 very nicely. It’s designed to fit in the waistband, and the clip clamps around either the fabric of your jeans.
The gun pocket is super lightweight, pairing it pretty well with with your Sig, and it stays right where you need it. It also works just as well in the pocket.
This holster won’t cover much more than the one that came with your p938, but it looks a heck of a lot nicer and it gets the job done. The feel is also far superior to the stock plastic holster from Sig. That’s not to say that it doesn’t have it’s drawbacks, as holsters are a very personal thing and there is never one solution which works best for everyone. The adjustable tensioning screw let’s you adapt the holster for a tighter or looser fit, and it holds your weapon very securely.
The cant isn’t adjustable, so if you don’t like the way it’s going to sit, then it might not be for you. Overall, though, this is an amazing holster for the money and perfect for those who like to keep their weapon behind the hip or in the small of their back.
You will know that they sent you the correct holster when you open the package and see 938 stamped into the black leather. Hand crafted holsters have a certain appeal to them. They look good, they work great, and they are typically easy to work with if you need to customize anything. The left side of the holster stretches back, covering the entire slide and keeping the safety from pinching against your skin, even if you aren’t wearing a shirt underneath.
The price is on point, and the manufacturer gives you a lifetime replacement warranty. The leather is a bit on the thin side, but it does the job of holding your weapon in place for when you need it. The metal clip is deep and will slip over both your trousers and your belt, which gives the end something to bite on so that the holster doesn’t come free when you draw your pistol.
I actually like Concealment Express holsters, when I’m wearing my Springfield on the outside of my pants with a belt snugged around it. They are adjustable, durable, and rugged. I thought about mounting one under the dashboard as a vehicle carry, but haven’t gotten around to drilling the holes.
This is supposedly an in the waistband holster, but take it with a grain of salt. I would suggest at the least keeping a t-shirt between your skin and your weapon, but there are no complaints about the fitting inside the waist, so perhaps I’m a special case. The adjustable cant works to 15 degrees, and the solid construction will hold the gun securely, so much that it will wear at the finish over time. Overall a good IWB holster for your Sig P938 for the money.