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Fobus Standard Holster RH Paddle SG250 Sig 250 Series FN P-9 / P-40
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- Fobus Standard Holster RH Paddle SG250 Sig 250 Series FN P-9 / P-40
Maintenance Free - No need to oil, doesn't breath or sweat. Stands up to the most severe elements and can be washed out with soap and water.;Lifetime Warranty - All Fobus products carry a 100% Customer SatisfactionÃ'Â no questions asked policy.;For a Right Handed Shooter;Steel reinforced rivet attachment system;Paddle Version- Attaches using a rubberized Paddle;Fobus Evolution Holster Sig 250 Series FN P-9, P-40;Tension adjustment screw. Rubberized paddle;One piece holster body construction;Protective sight channel
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Rubber-backed paddle keeps shirt tucked in (HUGE improvement over a slick all-plastic paddle)
Locks weapon in place
Weapon doesn't rattle
Holster remains in place during movement
When properly inserted on beltline, holster is very secure
Must be worn with an undershirt or rivets on top of paddle dig into skin (not noticed with undershirt)
Since it sits on top of the hip, the pistol grip is naturally angled into the wearer's side. No compensation seems to be made to make the grip sit further away from the wearer's ribs. It can be uncomfortable, and I wouldn't recommend it for larger wearers.
The barrel of a full-size Sig Sauer weapon extends past the bottom of the holster, which may look cool but causes the barrel to rub against the pants, which in time will rub off the blueing and possibly wear through the pants.
No protection inside for the finish of the weapon (which is noted on the packaging), and use in a dusty environment will hasten wear of the finish
The fixed lock for the trigger guard in this particular situation is probably more secure than a button release, but frequent removal of the weapon will once again wear the finish off the trigger guard
The holes in the side expose the weapon to the environment (especially dust) a bit more, though obviously it's just a styling cue (weight savings would be negligible)
I really like this holster for the mere fact that it stays where I put it and doesn't allow my tucked-in shirt to slip out during movement. That has been the biggest annoyance I have faced with a purely plastic paddle. In my mind, it outweighs any of the cons. Your experience and individual situation may vary. If you're more concerned about protecting the finish of your weapon or need a retention system because you'll be around people (EXTREMELY important if you open carry), look into a Safariland holster or something a law enforcement officer would put into use. One side note for deployed soldiers: don't buy this or any paddle holster if you plan to use it with body armor (IBA/IOTV/Plate Carrier). It sits much too high on the hip and will get caught, the safety will be flipped, it will push up on your kit, etc. You'll want a drop holster, leg holster, or one that attaches to your kit if you have the room and don't mind the added weight.
I've had custom made holsters, leather holsters, and some really high end stuff. To be honest, this holster does just as good a job for the recreational shooter and I like the easy draw and carry of this polymer holster the best. If you shoot daily or are in law enforcement I would go with a different holster, but for everyone else I don't think you can find a better holster for the money. I prefer these without the rotation option because that option makes the holster sit out further from the hip. Also if you are going to use it for one gun only, you might want to put a little locktight in the screw adjustment.
I prefer for self defense holsters that do not require a button to be pressed or anything needed from the shooter when releasing/drawing the gun. I use mine for self defense and the last thing you need is to think about a safety device. This holds the gun in place by slight pressure on the trigger guard (easy to adjust by turning a screw).
For the money, it is hard to beat and built really well. The paddle is really comfortable and sits on the hip nice.
POU: belt holster for a standard size semi auto pistol. Quality: SERPA is stiff, solid, thick enough that I would consider it to be a heavy duty use holster.
At first the Fobus seems to be well built but, it is engineered with a split at the trigger guard portion. This causes the holster to feel flimsy, and yields a side to side motion with the pistol seated in place. Retention is adjustable via a screw. The idea is to create a variable clamping force on the forward portion of the trigger guard. However, the screw comes loose if used without Loctite or similar thread locker.
Retention does not seem to be consistent during the draw due to the screw backing out.
The very thin paddle portion downright sucks for my uses. It is not stiff enough, and the rubbery area is uncomfortable against the skin, and displaces the underclothing. It is a self-wedgie device after a period of time.
Lastly, the retention on the belt was less than stellar. I have had zero issues with the SERPA: it stays in the same position indefinitely, and is comfortable. Fobus moves around, and grabs on the belt is such a way that the holster for me started "walking out" from its engagement from the belt. Not good.
Summary: Would be fine if you are using it on the range and Loctite the threads of the adjustment screw. However, I cannot recommend it as gear to be used in a defensive role, and would not trust my life to this piece of gear.
I rate it as 4 out of 10 in my experience with an FNP40.