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My wife is thinking about changing out her S&W Shield for a P365 as she thinks it will be easier to conceal. She currently uses a Tier 1 kydex holster with ulti clip for appendix carry. She’s thinking a leather holster might be the way to go with a 365 so I’m wondering what suggestions might be found by those who carry it daily.

For reference, she’s 5’6” and 126lbs.

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I pack mine around in a Versacarry. Excellent quality.



An XL slide just peeks out the bottom and it looks like the Romeo Zero will fit as well.
 
Posts: 374 | Location: Portland Oregon | Registered: October 01, 2011Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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No pic (sorry), but I'm currently using the appendix carry holster from black label holsters. That thing is awesome. The clip itself is adjustable and is angled ever so slightly and has a small bump on the outer edge of the holster so as to push the butt of the gun closer to you. Check them out, and they are very responsive to email as well.

If you want leather, Tim at ttgunleather has a great AIWB holster as well and the mouth is reinforced. He will also slightly tweak it for you if you want (i.e. lower ride). I have one from him and that is very comfortable, though its slightly bulkier compared to kydex so only gets worn when I have a thicker cover shirt.
 
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If leather is your choice, our own countryboy makes great leather under his real name, R Grizzle.
 
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I recommend the light duty holsters from High Noon Holsters. They are thin but sturdy.



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I really loved leather holster but I subscribe to the fact that they eventually wear. The material just eventually weaken and bend. That is, in my opinion, a dangerous element to have in the opening of the holster. I would not want it to catch the trigger while re-holstering my carry.

For this reason and this reason alone, I'd go with kydex.


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As for Kydex, I'll recommend my personal friends over at Holsters For Life.



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I really like my Vedder Light Tuck IWB for off duty.

On duty it's in a IWB holster I modified for inside my left cargo pocket, with a slight ledge on the holster for my thumb to push off of. That holster was, I believe, a BBF Make I picked up off Amazon for not much, and wasn't bad, but the Vedder is better so the BBF got modded for work.


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I use a Don Hume leather IWB clip holster originally for my Kahr PM9 that fits perfectly for my P365. small but decent leather at a good price from Gunner's Alley. Lightweight enough to clip on sweat pants or shorts but still with a re-inforced mouth for easy re-holstering. I would prefer with a belt but in an emergency can be used without.


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I like leather holsters but I prefer a kydex for ccw/iwb. They are thinner and lighter, for the most part. I have bought many types different types from Alien Gear, Vedder,and a few others and spent some good money in the process. I bought an inexpensive kydex holster from Amazon made by B.B.F., a relatively unknown brand for a little Taurus pistol I have,(figured it would be perfect for the pistol and I didn't want to spend a ton) and was surprised at how decent it is made. I wound up buying another for my 365. It keeps the gun very secure, the thickness of the material seems strong and doesn't flex, is able to be canted a little and for $20.00, I am impressed. Just my 2 cents
 
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For a minimalist edc leather holster I am pleased with the Kusiak Signsture IWB. Super thin and light, well made and he even had a LH 365 in stock.

https://kusiakleather.com/products/kusiak-iwbs

I carry with at 3:30 with a forward cant - haven’t tried it AIWB.
 
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I like/use a Don Hume JIT, inexpensive, yet does a superb job on the lightweight P365.


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Ive been happy with www.tulster.com holsters, especially with the new sidekick which pushes the grip of the gun inwards to conceal better.
 
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My first choice is the Milt Sparks "Summer Special 2":



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There are many choices out there and for years I also like Milt Sparks holsters.

Woman have it tough when choosing holsters.

Below is a somewhat alternative to leather, very comfy.

 
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I would like to get an N82 Tactical Pro Tandem concealed carry holster.

Unfortunately they discontinued that model for the ones with only one belt clip. So if you have one laying around I am interested.

https://www.range365.com/holst...ealed-carry-holster/


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Fits the Romeo Zero also.
 
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For leather I would look at Brommeland gun leather. He can tweak his gear to better fit ladies.


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