The Sig Sauer P239 Sneaky Pete Holster has sewn belt clips which can accommodate a belt up to 1.75" inches wide. The holster is made of high quality ballistic nylon, and when worn on the belt resembles a cell phone case. The advantage of this design is that it allows you to carry your P239 concealed, but with full and easy access. Now it's possible to wear whatever you want, whenever you want to. Don't dress around your gun anymore.
The holster is made inside and out of ballistic nylon, and uses two magnets to stay closed. Each holster is designed for your specific firearm, and the opening is made in such a way that you cannot accidentally place your finger on the trigger during draw. The Kydex insert ensures that a smooth, silent draw occurs every time.
The use of double stitching and steel rivets guarantees that this holster will last for years to come. All available options are listed above, and the holster can be ordered either with the belt loop, or optional belt clip. We design every holster to be as small as possible and still fit your pistol. Please make sure that you are using the same magazine as the one pictured, as the holster will not fit an extended magazine.
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When I reviewed the Sneaky Pete website, I could not find a concealed holster for the Springfield XDE-9 with a 3.8 inch barrel. I e-mailed the company and received a response quickly and was ask to submit the dimensions of the XDE. I measured up the pistol and sent in the dimensions. It was just a matter of minutes that I received a response that the Sig Sauer P239 holster was nearly a perfect match dimensionally. I ordered the holster, and yes, it fit perfectly. What a great company to work with. Of course I ordered the holster with the American flag on it. Keep up the great work, Sneaky Pete!
Too uncomfortable for me to wear inside the belt holsters this works great.
I'm proud to wear this holster when I'm out of the house. I get to be armed and concealed while flying the colors of the Republic. Thanks Sneaky Pete.