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madcitycop
01-27-2012, 10:35
Just like it says for some reason I have delayed getting a thumbbreak holster for this gun longer than any other I have owned. So now its time to simply make a decision. That said looking for a black thumbbreak holster for my sig 232 something I can use under a suit jacket or sweater. Any suggestions appreciated.

dosei
01-27-2012, 10:51
OWB or IWB?

Also, what width belt do you wear?



FIST offers thumb-breaks as an option on all of their holsters, both OWB and IWB.

madcitycop
01-27-2012, 13:03
Owb

1 1/2 inch

dosei
01-27-2012, 13:32
Stay away from holsters that have belt slots larger (or smaller, of course) than your belt, which means most of the major holster makers (basicly, any holster the "fits belts up to 1-3/4"). Most (if not all) of the Galco/Bianchi/DeSantis/Don Hume OWB holsters are made with slots for 1-3/4" wide belts...for best performance you want the slots sized to match your belt (yes, it makes a difference).

Take a look at the FIST #7.

collim1
01-28-2012, 08:25
I really like the Don Hume H721 with a thumbreak. It is a good OWB holster. Lots of quality for the money, good fit and finish and holds up well.

I have had four H721's for several years now. One for my P226, P220R, P239 (daily CCW), and 442 jframe. I carry the P239 in it daily and it conceals well even with a light cover garment.