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Like it says above. Milt Sparks can't find a mold, I called them today. No kydex please. I'm not worried about price.

Any suggestions, thank you very much.
 
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R.Grizzle makes holsters for the P225A1. I have one of his Town&Country 2 IWB's in burgandy for mine. Excellent quality. I get all my IWB holsters from him and it averages about 3 months.

He has a nice OWB model called the "Georgia Snap" I want to try.

https://rgrizzleleather.com/index.html


My Hi Power next to my P225A1 both in burgandy R. Grizzle Town&Country 2's.

 
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http://ttgunleather.com/ is my go-to holster maker, and he has a P225A1 mold.
 
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+1 on the R Grizzle holsters. I have two Georgia Snap 2 holsters. One for my P229 and one for my P225A-1. Both are perfect. They conceal well and hold each firearm tightly to my side.



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I have several Kramers, quite pleased with them. Don't know about that model, but check their website. Their vertical scabbard models carry well, as do the MSP paddle holsters.
Edited to add, they do list the 225A1 in the full line. Kramerleather.com
 
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I was karma'd a Kirkpatrick holster for the P225A1. The member who karma'd it said that it didn't fit his gun. It fit mine perfectly. It's a great holster.
 
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I also tried Milt Sparks for one of their OWB holsters for my 225A and they wanted me to send in the gun. I went with Kramer and got one of their vertical scabbards in horsehide. I don't use it much as I IWB carry it in a Stealthgear holster. One of these days Im going to try one of Ryan's rigs as they look great.
 
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Heard about and seen enough Wright Leather Works to put one on order for my GP100...............P225A1 on their list of guns:

https://www.wrightleatherworks...ator-pancake-holster

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Try Mitch Rosen. His 5Jr owb is one of my favorites.
 
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My P239 leather holsters (Kramer) fit my P 225A1 like a glove!
 
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Well I have a really nice Garrett Industries one. Yes it is kydex but they line it with leather so maybe you would like it. I love Garrett’s.
 
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