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Hello!

May I have some suggestions for a decent quality IWB Kydex holster for the P365 WITH manual safety? If anyone is making them yet...

Any idea how long the holster manufactures take to catch up with the new releases?

I want to work on a test / break in period, but would like to get used to the carry in the mean time. Thanks...


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The P365 with manual safety fits regular P365 holsters.




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I like PJ Holsters for having a wide catalogue and very fast service. Paul is great to deal with. I have a 365 with a laser and a RDS and Paul custom made one for me based on pics I sent him.



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Originally posted by Johnny 3eagles:
The P365 with manual safety fits regular P365 holsters.


Even with the solid sweat shield? I’m new to ccw & the terminology. It seems like it would need a groove for the safety switch...

The only one I see that is making one specifically p365 w/ manual safety is Vedder & it is different then the regular p365


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It depends upon the holster, but my Tulster IWB (with sweat shield) only fits it if I disengage the safety first.
 
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It depends upon the holster, but my Tulster IWB (with sweat shield) only fits it if I disengage the safety first.


Doesn’t that defeat the purpose of having a manual safety? At least it does from my perspective, if I can’t carry it in the safe position....?

*** I just picked up my p365 w/ manual safety today & would like to find an IWB holster that fits correctly with the safety engaged...

Any other suggestions, or do I just need to try having one custom made? Maybe too new?


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I like PJ Holsters for having a wide catalogue and very fast service. Paul is great to deal with. I have a 365 with a laser and a RDS and Paul custom made one for me based on pics I sent him.


That might be the route to go! Are you happy with the holster & would you purchase another? I was hoping to find someone already making them, so I wouldn’t have to go custom... I prefer tried & true, but new to the market makes that hard...


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Doesn’t that defeat the purpose of having a manual safety? At least it does from my perspective, if I can’t carry it in the safe position....?


Yeah it does and I won't carry it in that holster until I cut off the sweat shield. I think that most holster manufacturers will shortly have some models with sweat shields and manual safety compatible.
 
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Doesn’t that defeat the purpose of having a manual safety? At least it does from my perspective, if I can’t carry it in the safe position....?


Yeah it does and I won't carry it in that holster until I cut off the sweat shield. I think that most holster manufacturers will shortly have some models with sweat shields and manual safety compatible.


Understood... When you find a stock one, please let me know!

Vedder has one listed on their site. I’m not a fan of how low the clip is though... Seems interesting that they had the holster listed before the pistol was released. Maybe they can mold them from specs?


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