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I just got my P365. Great gun with no issues so far. After spending money on the gun and extra mags I cant afford a $75.00 holster. I've been carrying it in my Galco Stow n Go which I use for my Shield 45. It fits with the trigger covered but I know it isnt ideal.
I want a less expensive holster with a 1.75" nonmetal belt clip for appendix holster. I prefer a clip that securely goes under my belt. Half the sellers on ebay do not even say what size clip comes with the holster. Does anybody have a preferred ebay seller with holsters in the $30-$35 range?
 

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I would wait and save up for a good quality holster as well as a good quality belt. They will last many years and be a very worthwhile investment.

Holsters are “cheap” for a reason. But at the end of the day, your decision.
 

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R&R Holsters sell their own holsters on the 'Bay, I got a twofer deal from them: one OWB and one IWB, both Kydex, for $40 delivered. They are not "deluxe" holsters by any means, but they certainly aren't bad.
 

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Tulster holsters, available on Amazon and eBay are nice, about $65. Comparable to a Vedder but with a polymer clip and not as adjustable.
 

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I have a $400 Glock, I am not spending $100 on a holster for it. That's like paying a garage to park your '99 Mercury Marquise. $1.50 at the parking meter does just fine, thanks.

My R&R "garage special" (as some like to call them) fits the gun, fits it well, and is comfortable. I don't need to spend $80 more for the same features in a different holster.

And yes, I buy generic drugs. No Advil here, Target sells ibuprofen at twice as many in the bottle for half the price.
 

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https://www.ebay.com/itm/IWB-HOLSTE...var=585530264868&_trksid=p2057872.m2749.l2649

I’ve owned 3 of these and they are the BEST holster I have ever worn. I tried most of the popular ones and tried this one on a whim and it’s awesome. The holster is canted so it pulls the grip in like a claw does but it’s is worlds more comfortable than using the claw. It comes with a metal clip which I actually prefer over a thicker kydex clip which prints much more than a thin steel clip.
 

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I would wait and save up for a good quality holster as well as a good quality belt. They will last many years and be a very worthwhile investment.

Holsters are “cheap” for a reason. But at the end of the day, your decision.
Normally I would agree but I am a lefty and saw a IWB kydex "Red River" holster for $15 and I use it more than any other holster.

I think when dealing with Kydex, you want a maker that rolls the edges. I have seen too many sharp edges. IF OP is right handed and patient, he can find a name brand for $35 on ebay easy.

Also, having ordered a P365XL recently, I ordered a IWB holster from Concealment Express for $54. Set up to holster with the Romeo MRD on it. Their OWB holster on another gun was nice so I ordered from them again. You might try them. Turnaround time is pretty good.

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https://www.ebay.com/itm/IWB-HOLSTERS-ALL-KYDEX-FOR-GLOCK-19-23-32-26-27-33-GEN-3-GEN-4-GEN-5/284037677117?ssPageName=STRK:MEBIDX:IT&var=585530264868&_trksid=p2057872.m2749.l2649

I’ve owned 3 of these and they are the BEST holster I have ever worn. I tried most of the popular ones and tried this one on a whim and it’s awesome. The holster is canted so it pulls the grip in like a claw does but it’s is worlds more comfortable than using the claw. It comes with a metal clip which I actually prefer over a thicker kydex clip which prints much more than a thin steel clip.
Looks like it's only for Glocks.
 

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One of the nice things about Glocks. Do a search for G26 holster on eBay, and you’ll get pages of new and used holsters.
I’ve equipped myself with excellent used, like new holsters by Safariland, galco and others for much, much less than retail.
 

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I would wait and save up for a good quality holster as well as a good quality belt. They will last many years and be a very worthwhile investment.

Holsters are “cheap” for a reason. But at the end of the day, your decision.
I wear a Widerness Instructors belt. I have a drawer full of Crossbreed and Comptac holsters. I never said cheap, I said inexpensive. I've been carrying for ten years.
 

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I have a $400 Glock, I am not spending $100 on a holster for it. That's like paying a garage to park your '99 Mercury Marquise. $1.50 at the parking meter does just fine, thanks.

My R&R "garage special" (as some like to call them) fits the gun, fits it well, and is comfortable. I don't need to spend $80 more for the same features in a different holster.

And yes, I buy generic drugs. No Advil here, Target sells ibuprofen at twice as many in the bottle for half the price.
That's exactly how I am!
 

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Normally I would agree but I am a lefty and saw a IWB kydex "Red River" holster for $15 and I use it more than any other holster.

I think when dealing with Kydex, you want a maker that rolls the edges. I have seen too many sharp edges. IF OP is right handed and patient, he can find a name brand for $35 on ebay easy.

Also, having ordered a P365XL recently, I ordered a IWB holster from Concealment Express for $54. Set up to holster with the Romeo MRD on it. Their OWB holster on another gun was nice so I ordered from them again. You might try them. Turnaround time is pretty good.

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That's the problem I am a lefty. It cuts my options down considerably.
 

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That's the problem I am a lefty. It cuts my options down considerably.
wethepeople holsters and bravo are two very inexpensive but very good quality holsters. I have a bunch and the quality is indistinguishable from my expensive holsters.

$39 and they often have sales
https://wethepeopleholsters.com/col...p365-xl-9mm-iwb-kydex-concealed-carry-holster

For the regular P365
https://wethepeopleholsters.com/col...er-p365-micro-9mm-iwb-concealed-carry-holster
They have left handed holsters

Clips are cheap and easily sourced if there’s a particular type you like. You can even transplant clips off of a holster you’re not using.
 

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I just got my P365. Great gun with no issues so far. After spending money on the gun and extra mags I cant afford a $75.00 holster. I've been carrying it in my Galco Stow n Go which I use for my Shield 45. It fits with the trigger covered but I know it isnt ideal.
I want a less expensive holster with a 1.75" nonmetal belt clip for appendix holster. I prefer a clip that securely goes under my belt. Half the sellers on ebay do not even say what size clip comes with the holster. Does anybody have a preferred ebay seller with holsters in the $30-$35 range?
Check amazon too. You could get Prime shipping, and lots of the stuff you'd find on ebay also sells there. Additionally, amazon usually has pretty good descriptions of the details of the holsters.
 

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Found a Blackhawk ARC holster at the LGS for a G42. It fits the P365 just fine. The clip may not hold up but that's easily replacable. Thanks for the tips though.
 
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