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Sig 229 E2 9mm Holster

Discussion in 'The Sig Sauer Club' started by new_master, Feb 7, 2011.


  1. new_master

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    Anyone know of a Kydex paddle holster that will fit the new E2 ? The slide and rail is different. It would not fit a blackhawk holster for a 229 9mm
     

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  2. Dogguy

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    Might try one designed for the P228. The slide design is the same but I don't know about size/width.

    IIRC, Blade-Tech will do special orders for guns they don't list.
     

  3. cowboy1964

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    I usually see two versions of 229 holsters listed, regular and "with rails". I'm hoping the "with rails" holsters fit the E2 but haven't confirmed that. Anyone know? There are very few holsters listed as specifically "E2". High Noon Holsters is about the only maker I've seen so far.
     
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  4. Snak3

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    I picked up a Black Hawk Serpa paddle holster the other day for it, fits like a glove. Can be used for paddle, or belt attachment. Paid around $35 or so at a local gun store.

    This one:

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  5. curriek

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    I've had no problem with my E2 fitting any holster made for the 229R. The slide is different, but I don't think that the rail is...
     
  6. Cobra64

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    Call Comp-Tac. I've bought seven (lefty) Kydex holsters from them, and they are very helpful and accomodating.