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Greetings all. I am a longtime shooter (Federal LEO and Firearms Instructor), but new to the Walthers. I recently purchased a P99 in 9mm, and I must say, I have never held a handgun which fit my hand so perfectly. My next intended purchases are the same pistol in .40SW and the little 22. I think I might even spring for the Titanium .40SW, if I can find one.

Anyway, can anyone suggest a good strong side, concealable holster for the P99? I don't care for inside the pants, and I prefer no thumbreak. Galls considers holsters for the P99 series to be "Special Order", and I'm looking for something quick. On a side note, will the same holster fit the .40SW version or are the tolerances too different.

Thanks in advance,
Gonzo
 

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Matt Del Fatti makes a wonderful OWB holster that makes the P99 feel weightless yet secure. I have one of his LP's. You'll have to contact him for delivery times. I suspect if you need something immediatly you'll need to go with a mass production holster like the Fobus.
 

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I love all of my Milt Sparks holsters. You might call them, when I was down at there shop (sometime before Christmas) they had some IWB holsters for the P99 on hand, so you wouldn't have to wait the normal 6 to 8 weeks for one of their fine products.
 

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I agree with jmoln.  The Delfatti holster is superb, but you may have to wait a while on delivery. I love mine.  Comp-Tac makes a Kydex paddle holster that works beautifully too.  Comp-Tac's customer service and turn-around time is outstanding. Comp-Tac often ships the next day.  Whichever one you choose, you should  be able to use a .40SW and the 9mm.  As I recall, I told Matt Delfatti that I had both and he simply used the .40SW to mold the holster.  I believe Gregg at Comp-Tac did the same thing, too.   Both work beautifully. 
 

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I have a Fobus, Comptac Kydex, and a Fist Leather.
They all have their pro's and con's,

Fist Leather - Belt Attached
Pros: Nice Fit, quiet, positive retention, nice storage holster
Cons: Need a extra long and thick belt, might wear out, probably not quite as secure as others (running or jogging)

Fobus Paddle
Pros: Cheap, Positive retention, lightweight
Cons: Material seems flimsy (Plastic), paddle can rock forward and back mesing up cant

Comptac Kydex Paddle
Pros: Adjustable retention, has tabs to prevent rocking, lightweight, small in size.
Cons: No positive retention (held by friction, no click lock in), bit harder to get on
 

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Several people have told me the glock 30 holsters fit like a glove, I've never had a chance to try that out yet. but if you have or know someone who has a holster for a 30 it might increase your range of choices.
 
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