For those of you that carry a P232, what holsters are you using? Pictures would be nice.
I have a Bianchi paddle holster with thumb break that I like, but it sticks out a lot, somewhat negating the slim profile of the 232.
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I carried a P230 for many years using various inside the waistband clip-on holsters. I thought that they worked well for the small light pistol. They were easy on and off, provided good concealment and were comfortable. I used several different brands. High Noon Mr Softy and Bare Asset are two examples.
The picture is my P232 in a TT Gunleather OWB that was pretty comfortable, although it didn't conceal quite as well as the IWBs.
This picture is my P230 in my favorite holster for it, a Milt Sparks IWB.
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I actually use a clip draw for my P232. It's certainly not for everyone.
I've used it on my daily carry P232 for the past 14 years.
A Crossbreed Supertuck works real well also. After carrying the larger Sig all winter, it makes it
feel like nothing is there.
I don't know if Bianchi still makes it or not, but my favorite P230 / P232 holster was a Number 3 Pistol Pocket. It is IWB and I am not an IWB fan. I even wore it between my belt and pants a few times. Great little holster.
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Mostly carry the 232 as a back up gun on my ankle in a Galco Ankle Glove. I once bought a pocket holster for it (Aker or Dedantis...I just don't remember) but it was too big to fit in most of my pants. For comparison purposes, I had better luck carrying my G26 in my pocket than the 232.
All the best
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P230 in my favorite IWB
Often copied, but rarely equaled, the inside-the-waistband model Versa Max 2, or model VM-2 is a classic, Milt Sparks Holsters, original design concept.
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well, here is the voice of irrationality again. I used to carry a 232 before I got a 239. I carried them on holsters attached to my vest. When I just carried the 232, I just stuck it in my waistband. I have never seen a running thug lose his gun for want of a holster.
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