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Old 01-28-2012, 03:58 PM   #1
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Default Iwb for a S&W sigma.

Does anyone own a sigma pistol that could tell me a good quality and inexpensive holster for my sigma? Preferably an Iwb.

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Old 01-28-2012, 04:25 PM   #2
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Good quality holsters are not inexpensive .What are you wanting to spend on one ?

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Below $80.

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Since the sigma is a knock off of Glock, a glock 17 holster will work with the sigma. Tried it personally with my crossbreed holster for my g17 and my buddies Sigma. Hope this helps

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Since the sigma is a knock off of Glock, a glock 17 holster will work with the sigma. Tried it personally with my crossbreed holster for my g17 and my buddies Sigma. Hope this helps
Thanks. I was thinking that but the gun shop I went to here in sin city told me the sigma wouldn't fit.
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Thanks. I was thinking that but the gun shop I went to here in sin city told me the sigma wouldn't fit.
I tried it in a crossbreed and a blackhawk serpa holster
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I tried it in a crossbreed and a blackhawk serpa holster
The bkackhawk serpa actually makes holster for the sigma.
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The bkackhawk serpa actually makes holster for the sigma.
Didn't know that! Learn something new everyday
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Sigmas will also fit the crossbreeds made for the m&p.

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As was mentioned, crossbreed. I have one for my 40VE. It's perfect. Only complaint I have is that it was squeaky at first. Mine is a first gen tho, they may have remedied that by now. When I ordered mine, he hadn't even made one for a sigma yet. That's how early it is:



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