This U.S. Military Surplus Holster is a great choice for comfortably carrying your Sig Sauer 9mm pistol. It's made from durable 1,000-denier nylon and features an open bottom and is MOLLE compatible. Right-handed draw.
U.S. Military Surplus Sig Sauer 9mm Holster, Used is rated 3.5 out of 5 by 2.
Rated 3 out of 5 by deadeye from Not sure what SIG model it is made for but plan on using it for a 1911 or Hi-powerI wish I had read the previous review before purchasing.As noted, it looks to be unissued, and is in good shape. It looks like a solid holster, and well worth it if you can fit your pistol into it. However, without cutting it, you aren't getting a Sig 229, 320 or a Beretta 92 in it. I was surprised how tight it is. the trigger guard just won't fit in. A 1911 and a Browning Hi-Power fit perfectly.Also, the pic looks like a brown/coyote, but mine is green. maybe color is just pot-luck.
Date published: 2018-01-21
Rated 4 out of 5 by The Heretic from Close, but not quite - won't fit all SIG 9mm pistolsIt seems to not be used, so better than 'used' condition.The problem is that "Fits Sig Sauer pistols chambered in 9mm" does not match the reality. Of course, there are a number of different SIG pistols in 9mm and it probably works fine with one of the sub-compacts but not sure about the compacts and certainly not the full sized. I.E., it won't work (without mods) with a P226/229/ or 228. I had to slightly modify it to work with one of those by cutting some stitching to let the trigger guard get into the holster, and even then it was very tight (which is ok for me, I did not get this for quick draw, I wanted something that will secure the pistol to my gear or myself with some security).It has the straps for MOLLE. It is not thin canvas; it has some padding. The top strap is very secure; it has a button strap and then an optional (to use) velcro strap on top of that.So, for the money ($23) I consider it to be of decent to good value. Just be aware of the fitment issues.