Sig 1911

Discussion in '1911 Forum' started by leam23, Jan 19, 2013.

  1. leam23

    leam23 New Member

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    I received a new b day gift . Sig 1911 5 inch barrel. It does have a rail. The problem I am having is that there seems to be a short supply of holsters that will fit decently due to Sigs "unique" slide design . Any help would be great thanks
     
  2. mountainman13

    mountainman13 New Member

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    Have you looked into, remora,crossbreed and Blackhawk?
     

  3. leam23

    leam23 New Member

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    I'll check them out . I have a crossbreed for a beretta and love it. Thoughts on of don Hume will work ?
     
  4. mountainman13

    mountainman13 New Member

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    I'm not familiar with them.
     
  5. drvsafe

    drvsafe New Member

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    Check out old faithful. You can buy a complete holster from them for the SIG 1911 railed or you can buy a kit and mold it yourself.
     
  6. Olympus

    Olympus New Member

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    Just go with a leather holster and you won't have any problem with the slide design.
     
  7. jakewpns

    jakewpns New Member

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    if i remember correctly the ITAC holsters work with sig 1911s since Sig owns the company
     
  8. jakewpns

    jakewpns New Member

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    Don Hume makes good holsters but shawdy shipping. we ordered holsters over a ear ago that we still havent gotten.
     
  9. Thebiker

    Thebiker New Member

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    The rail on any 1911 can cause holster fit issues. One of my 1911's is my primary carry, a Sig 1911 Stainless Steel Carry, no rail. It fits into the same Galco Kingtuk holster as my STI 1911, no problems.

    Go to Galco's website, choose their on line catalog option, call up Colt & 5" rail gun. If my Sig 1911 fits the non-rail, your railed option should fit their rail option holster. The service and ship from Galco is excellent & if by some chance it doesn't fit, return is not an issue.
    http://www.galcousa.com