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Very nice! I have a few VM2's for different carry guns and wouldn't carry them any other way.


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I admire the SPARKS quality but that holster is almost to big for the little P365.


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That is a good looking setup!

I went Glock 43 and kydex about 2 years ago, but now I will probably go back to Sig and Sparks leather.




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The VM2 has been a go to for me for a long time over many different platforms.

I'm hoping to get a P365 and I like this as a carry option.
 
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How is the fit and finish of the holster? A recent poster indicated he was disappointed with a recent MS holster. They have always been sort of a Cadillac among leather holsters.

How is this one? Do you have others against which you can compare it? I would hate to pay the money and take the wait then have it come up short of the ones I have had.
 
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How is the fit and finish of the holster? A recent poster indicated he was disappointed with a recent MS holster. They have always been sort of a Cadillac among leather holsters.

How is this one? Do you have others against which you can compare it? I would hate to pay the money and take the wait then have it come up short of the ones I have had.


I'm still a happy customer after having bought and carried Sparks' holsters for more than forty years. My latest carry choice is the Summer Special II for my Walther PPS M2 and should I get a Sig P365, I wouldn't hesitate to use the same holster for it.



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I am also a Sparks SSII fan. Have one for my Glock 19 am looking to pick one up for my Glock 26 - its getting more and more time as my carry gun.


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I am also a Sparks SSII fan. Have one for my Glock 19 am looking to pick one up for my Glock 26 - its getting more and more time as my carry gun.


FYI: You might want to give Milt Sparks Holsters a call. On their Face Book “In Stock” page, they indicate that they have several SSII (right hand) holsters in plain colored leather available for sale for the Glock model 26 and 27. Wink


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