If you’re looking for a good P938 holster, you need to consider what your needs and preferences are in a holster. Ask yourself a few questions: Do you plan to carry your Sauer every day? Do you want an inside of waistband (IWB) or outside of waistband (OWB) Sig P938 holster? What’s your comfort level with different materials?
We’ve compiled a few Sig Sauer P938 holsters that we think are the top choices on the market. Later, we’ll let you know what we think is the best holster for Sig P938 pistols of the bunch.
Before you buy any of these options, consider how often you think you’ll need to draw your firearm and what situations you’ll likely be in. We’ve combined a variety of IWB and OWB Sig 938 holsters in this article for you to weigh your options.
Comp-Tac Infidel Sig P938 Holster IWB
Materials – The Comp-Tac Infidel Sig P938 IWB Holster is an all black holster made of 100% Kydex material. The Kydex won’t change in shape and is very resistant to wear and tear. The holster covers the trigger guard and the entire side of the barrel that is against the wearer’s body. It also has holes for adjusting the cant. This Sig P938 IWB holster kit also includes an Infidel belt clip, a silicone gun cleaning cloth, and a quick detach wed pistol adjustable duty belt.
Performance – We really like the durability and strength of the Kydex in the Comp-Tac Infidel Sig P938 IWB holsters. This allows for a fast draw that won’t mess with the shape of the holster, and it won’t pull from the waistband. Our only suggestion is wearing some kind of protection (like and extra shirt) between the holster and your skin. Unfortunately, Kydex just isn’t as comfortable as leather or nylon. We also like the bit of versatility with the cant. For an IWB holster, Level I retention is okay, as well.
What we say – If you’re ever nervous about not having a quick or smooth draw, Comp-Tac Infidel Sig P938 IWB holsters are some of the best available that you can purchase. You should feel confident and secure with your holster, and this brand doesn’t seem to leave any questioning. The prices vary for left-handed and right-handed holsters, but expect to pay $60-$75 for this one.
- Durable Kydex material
- Adjustable and versatile cant
- Comes with accessories
- A little pricey
- Can get uncomfortable against skin
Talon Tuckable Sig 938 IWB Holster
Materials – The Talon Tuckable P938 IWB Holster is made of Hermann Oak American Steer Hide Leather, and it can come in either black or brown. It was designed and made by United States law enforcement professionals, and Talon designs each holster to fit specific models of guns. The Talon P938 IWB holster can be purchased for left hands or right hands, and there’s also an option for a Laser Crimson Trace. It fits comfortably between the waistband and the wearer’s shirt.
Performance – The Talon Tuckable IWB P938 Holster is very small and concealable, so it really does fit comfortable in the waistband. The metal clip is nice and wide. The leather used for the holster is a good quality material that’s very comfortable, but is does require a little breaking in. Our only opposing thoughts are that the back of the gun is completely exposed and there’s no sweat guard.
What we say – Altogether, we find this P938 holster very handy and comfortable. It could use a little more coverage of the gun, but at the same time, that adds to the bulkiness when we want our Sig P938 to be a very concealable weapon. This holster only costs around $50, which is a great price for such nice leather.
- Good price
- High quality leather
- Designed in U.S.A. by law enforcement
- Versatile buying options
- Mostly just covers firearm barrel
- No protection from sweat or moisture
DeSantis Mini Scabbard Sig P938 Pocket Holster
Materials – The DeSantis Mini Scabbard Sig P938 Holster can come in brown or black leather, and it’s described of having the “barest of essentials.” This makes it perfect as a pocket holster, even if it doesn’t have a flat panel backing. The leather is molded specifically to the shape of your Sig, so the trigger guard and barrel are perfectly protected. There is an adjustable tension screw placed under the gun’s grip.
Performance – We are pretty impressed with how perfectly shaped the DeSantis Mini Scabbard Sig P938 Holster is for your firearm. This holster adds minimal shape and weight to your conceal carry, which also makes it much better for performing regular day activities while wearing it. The leather is a good choice for wearing in your pocket, but we did notice that this material is a little lesser in quality compared to the other leather holsters we’ve reviewed.
What we say – If you’d feel much more comfortable concealing your firearm in your pocket, then you should absolutely consider the DeSantis Mini Scabbard Holster for your Sig P938. Of course, this can also be worn as an OWB holster, if you decide the pocket is no good for you. This isn’t made with the highest quality of leather, but it’s up to your discretion if you really feel you need top of the line materials. Personally, we find this a very good holster. For around $45, you can conceal your Sig P938 with confidence.
- Good price
- Pocket or OWB holster
- Molded specifically to the Sig P938
- Not high quality leather
Sticky MD-2 Sig Sauer P938 Holster
Materials – The Sticky MD-2 Sig P938 Holster is made of an all black adherent material that can be suitable as an IWB or pocket holster. This type of holster is different from the others because instead of using a clip, it uses its sticky material to adhere to the inside of the wearer’s waistband or their pocket. This provides its own source of retention. This holster is not specifically designed for Sig Sauer P938s, but it does accommodate a variety of pistols in similar sizes. It’s very lightweight, and it can be used by both left-handed and right-handed shooters.
Performance – We’re on the fence with the Sticky MD-2 Sig P938 Holster because it has a lot of pros, but it’s really about preference. The lack of a bulky clip and extra weight from leather or Kydex can be a great advantage for anyone with a short stature or who just doesn’t have a lot of room to fit in a large holster. You can also use the one holster for multiple conceal carry pistols that it will fit. Since there’s only friction keeping your pistol in place, drawing may or may not be a smooth process for you. It will take practice.
What we say – If you just can’t seem to find an average holster that is comfortable or allows you to draw easily, then something more unique like the Sticky MD-2 Holster for P938 Sigs may be for you. This is one of the most compact holsters we’ve seen, and it’s easy to adjust how you’re wearing it since there’ no clip. It’s also pretty cheap: it costs a little under $30. Our biggest suggestion would to be to practice your drawing technique. If it just doesn’t seem to be working out for you, then you’re not out of too much money.
- Cheap price
- Sticky material removes need for bulky clips
- Very light weight
- Fits as IWB or pocket holster
- Definitely not for everyone
- Need to practice drawing pistol
Our Favorite Sig P938 Holster
We’d have to say that the best holster for Sig P938 pistols is the Talon Tuckable IWB Holster. We can definitely prefer IWB holsters over OWB holsters simply for the concealment factor, and the high quality Hermann Oak American Steer Hide leather provides a leather of comfort that many other leather holsters just don’t. The leather will need a little breaking in, but that’s okay by us. We also really trust this brand and holster, since it was designed and made by United States law enforcement professionals. They would know better than most what makes for a good Sig Sauer P938 holster, right? Basically, the Talon Tuckable IWB Holster covers all of our criteria: comfort, versatility, ease of use, and price. We’d happily drop $50 on this holster, and we suggest you do too.
We did mention a couple of pocket holsters. If you’re interested in that, then we would suggest the Sticky Holster MD-2 for your Sig P938. This sticky material will fit better in your pocket than bulky leather, nylon, or Kydex. We also think the natural friction between your pant pocket and your thigh will provide enough retention to hold your firearm in place. You’ll have to decide if a pocket holster for your conceal carry is right for you, as that decision heavily weighs on preference. Happy shooting, and happy shopping!