Hey guys Just got my G2C and love the little thing. Carry it on the job because it has performed so well thus far. I discovered that the Blackhawk Serpa holster I used for my Glock 21 is darn near a drop in fit for my G2C! Its got a little wiggle room but I applied 2 glue on velcro dots to the inside of the holster and wow! It fits just fine, thank you. I need a paddle holster due to my job, and this little number fills the bill and shoots great to boot. I hope to send pics in the future . Does anyone have any ideas for paddle holsters. Give me your comments.
Hi Joe and welcome to the forum from Northern Illinois! I have an Alien Gear IWB holster for mine that really conceals the PT 111 G2 well and is comfortable for all day carry. I just also bought one of the Stealth Operator full size OWB "universal holsters and got it in the mail a few days ago. I've not worn it yet, but did some test fitting and the G2 fits really well...very tight. So tight in fact that I I were going to use it for that gun I would have to work it over with a heat gun to loosen it up slightly. I am excited however as it fits my EAA Witness Compact 45 very well and I had no holster for that one and it also fits my SR 22 well too. I got mine a bit cheaper than the one shown here...I think it's an earlier model as it's got all rivets instead of the screws shown here. It does have belt loops so it a paddle type holster is needed for easy off/on your Serpa is probably a better answer...or a Fobus if a retention system isn't needed.
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