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I just picked a P365 up at my FFL.

What holster do you use for it?

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DeSantis pocket holster
 
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DeSantis pocket holster


This, mostly.

I use a DeSantis Super fly and carry my 365 as a BUG most of the time.




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While small in general the P365 is biggish for a pocket gun. How's it working as such? How does it conceal? How does it draw?

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DeSantis pocket holster
 
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Desantis as well. Its not a bad size for pocket carry IMO. Doesnt print huge like my other double stacks.
 
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Vedder LightTuck IWB in appendix postion.


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Stealthgear Ventcore Mini IWB




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A full week on the Garrett Industries Silent Thunder Fusion. Very happy with it. If you're on the fence about it......



 
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I just bought a 365 yesterday and I'm still trying to figure out what to carry it in .
 
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It's about the same size as my G43 and holds more rounds . Fits my pocket well .
 
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Vedder LightTuck IWB which can be canted to a variety of positions as well as raised or lowered at the belt. The super strong single metal clip reduces the chance the holster will rock back and forth on the belt.

It's relatively inexpensive (these days) and one week turn around.


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I wanted a single WIDE polymer clip. I wanted a minimalist design. Easy on, easy off.

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Vedder LightTuck IWB which can be canted to a variety of positions as well as raised or lowered at the belt. The super strong single metal clip reduces the chance the holster will rock back and forth on the belt.

It's relatively inexpensive (these days) and one week turn around.
Read over and over that the Vedder is a great choice
 
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Great suggestions!
 
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While small in general the P365 is biggish for a pocket gun. How's it working as such? How does it conceal? How does it draw?



"Biggish" compared to what? It doesn't get much smaller or compact, when it comes to pocket pistols. How it conceals may depend on what your'e wearing, but I think it's very concealable. How it draws definitely depends on what you're wearing. With the flush magazine, it's easy to draw with most of what I wear.

The P365 is very small, very easy to conceal; enough so that waistband placement seems almost pointless.
 
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For summer I use a Remora Micro Clip holster. I can use it with draw string short and it stays put


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Vedder Light Tuck for me too. Great holster!


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Compared to what? Let's say a Ruger LCP. That's what I think of as a pocket size gun. Now the P365 has significantly more capability (more powerful rounds and more of them), but it's also significantly bigger. But if it work as a pocket gun, that's great.


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While small in general the P365 is biggish for a pocket gun. How's it working as such? How does it conceal? How does it draw?



"Biggish" compared to what? It doesn't get much smaller or compact, when it comes to pocket pistols. How it conceals may depend on what your'e wearing, but I think it's very concealable. How it draws definitely depends on what you're wearing. With the flush magazine, it's easy to draw with most of what I wear.

The P365 is very small, very easy to conceal; enough so that waistband placement seems almost pointless.
 
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A full week on the Garrett Industries Silent Thunder Fusion. Very happy with it. If you're on the fence about it......





Does it have a reinforced mouth to aid in reholstering?


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