Sig P365 Holsters available

Holster Ride Height is an important part of the holster selection process.  If you can not get the handgun out of your pants the ride height is too deep.  Conversely, if the Holster is digging into your side the ride height may be too high.  Not ever handgun is suited for each type of ride height.  Some models of holsters we currently only offer one option.  If you have specific needs, let us know.

Here is a guide to how we determine ride height.  The trigger guard is the guide. 

1. The bottom 1/3 area of the trigger guard is considered High Concealment / Ride Height.

2.  The top 2/3 area of the trigger guard even with the top of your belt line is considered and Normal Ride Height.

3.  The Top of your trigger guard area is considered Deep Concealment or Deep Ride Height.

Holster Cant

Carrying a holster up front at Appendix carry, the holster should be setup with Zero forward cant.  This allows the user to get a proper purchase on the grip.  When the holster is worn behind the hip for IWB Carry the holster should be setup with a 15 degree forward cant.  This allows the user to get the proper grip on the handgun while drawing from the holster.  it presents the grip at the proper angle so you do not have to bend your wrist at an unusual angle. 

Beltless Clip Options

Some concealed carry users do not wear a belt.  We find that many women do not wear a belt in their everyday life.  This really makes it difficult for them to carry a handgun.  We have a couple of options to help people carry concealed, while not wearing a belt.  One of our clips is a metal clip that is capable of clamping onto fabric up to 1/4 inch thick.  Some users will wear a belt over the clip also.  This Beltless Clip option leaves the smallest foot print on your pants that hides.  You can also tuck your shirt in using the Beltless Clip options.  The other Fabric Clip we offer is suitable for larger framed handguns.  It is a molded injection blend Clip.  very strong and flexible.    Either clip allows the user to wear the holster in multiple locations with multiple cant options. 

Sweat Shield

Just as in the name, it does what it says it does.  It is a sweat shield to protect the body side of your handgun from body sweat.  A full Sweat Shield can always be trimmed and polished.  A minimal Sweat shield can not be grown.  Most sweat shields also protect any of the firearm controls such as Safety, Slide Release lever and Take down levers or DE-cockers.


Belt attachment info

ADJUSTMENTS for Regular Fold Over Clip
To adjust the Forward Cant of your holster:
• First loosen the top left screw on the Belt clip.  
• Next remove the top right screw and pivot the Belt
Clip to allow you to move the rubber washer and
post to the next hole.
• Reassemble the post into the Holster with the rubber
washer on top of the holster between the clip.
• Next tighten the screws.
To adjust the Retention of your holster:
• Tighten or loosen the Retention screw to compress
the Rubber spacer. Do not over tighten.

MAINTENANCE

Like any piece of quality equipment, regular maintenance is recommended. Clean the inside of
your holster periodically with a silicone cloth and check fastening hardware to ensure they are tight. Feel free to use some Blue LokTite on the screws.
Holster shell is guaranteed for one year. Hardware replaced at cost. See full Terms and Conditions on our website.  www.mk-tekholsters.com
At MK-Tek Holsters we thermo-form holsters from the most durable materials available including Boltaron, Kydex, and Holstex. Our belt clips and attachment hardware are all injection molded for strength and long life. We hand assemble every holster using only the most durable hardware. Our goal is delivering the highest quality product possible.
Thank you for choosing MK-Tek Holsters.

IMPORTANCE OF PROPER HANDGUN FIT: NEVER PLACE A LOADED HANDGUN IN A HOLSTER WITHOUT FIRST TESTING FOR PROPER FIT WITH THE HANDGUN UNLOADED. Although MK-Tek Holsters attempts to provide accurate information regarding which specific holster models were designed to accommodate a specifically identified handgun, MK-Tek Holsters does not warrant the accuracy of such information and specifically disclaims any responsibility or liability for, or consequences resulting from errors or inaccuracies in such information.    

Fabric Clip Attachment

Metal Fabric Clip Instructions
  • We use the UltiClip, No Belt Needed, Fabric Clip        
  • This is designed to clamp onto Fabric up to a 1/4” thick material.  The Fabric Clip is a Friction Clamp style Clip.  It is made to be tight.  To Open the Clip, use the side of your finger for best results.  Once the Fabric Clip is open, you can place the Holster and Clip into your pants.  This will allow the top of the Fabric Clip to be on the Outside of your fabric and Clamp onto the pants.  To un-snap, apply upward pressure onto the bottom of the Metal Clamp holding the fabric.   To clamp the Fabric Clip onto your pants or fabric, simply apply downward pressure to the top face of the clamp to snap closed.  It is designed to be tight.  
  • To adjust cant on the Fabric Clip attached to your holster,                                                   you can remove one Screw, Post and Rubber Washer.  Loosen the Bottom Screw a few turns.  This will allow you access to the other hole that is available for Cant Adjustment.  There will be a Zero Degree Cant and a Fifteen Degree Cant option.  Choose your cant option based on where you are typically carrying your holster at.  Up front in the Appendix Carry location should be a Zero Degree Cant.  Behind the Hip carry should be a Fifteen Degree forward Cant for the proper presentation of the handgun to draw from your holster.      

Pull The Dot Snap

Pull-the-Dot™Snap Instructions
We use Mil-Spec, Pull-the-Dot snap fasteners on our soft loops.

These are directional snaps and will only open or close in a certain direction. This feature prevents the snaps from opening when the being worn on the belt, but will allow you to unsnap them easily to remove the holster. These snaps can be very difficult to open and/or close when new and may require a break in period. The following instructions will help you use the snaps and trouble shoot some common issues we’ve found with new snaps.
Pull-the-Dot snaps are directional. They will only snap by hooking the bottom of the female socket on the male snap and rolling up. To un-snap, apply outward pressure on the top edge of the female socket (where the dot is on the cap) and it will release from the male snap. If you can not open the snaps by hand when new, use a flathead screw driver or similar tool and place it between the female socket and male snap at the top of the snap (where the dot is on the cap). Twist the screwdriver and the two halves should separate easily. Once unsnapped, ensure the screw in the male side is tight. Repeat this process until the two can be easily unsnapped by hand. A drop of oil on the male snap can also help. If it is very difficult to close the snap by hand when new, first make sure the
screw in the male snap is tight. Then, look inside the female cap. There is a ring of metal around the inside of the cap. There is a split in this ring. The sharp edges of this split can bind on the male snap and prevent you from closing the snap. Using a flathead screwdriver or similar tool, rotate the split around until it is next to the metal band that holds the ring in the cap. Once the split is in this position, you should be able to close the snap by hand.
    

OWB Speed Ease Clip

ADJUSTMENTS
To adjust the Forward Cant or Ride Height of your holster:
• Adjust the Ride Height by moving both sets of Speed Clips up or down the same.
•  Adjust the cant of the holster by moving only one side of the Speed Clip up or down as needed.

Belt attachment
Put the rearward Speed Clip on first.  Turn the Holster like an open door, 90 Degrees to the body to utilize the Slot in the Speed Clip. Slip the Speed Clip between the belt and pants.  The belt should hold the Speed Clip firmly in place.  Repeat the same procedure fore the front Speed Clip.
To Remove start with the Front Speed Clip first.  Just like before, turn the Holster like an Open Door 90 Degrees to the body

To adjust the Retention of your holster:
• Tighten or loosen the Retention screw to compress
the Rubber spacer. Do not overtighten.

MAINTENANCE
Like any piece of quality equipment, regular maintenance is recommended. Clean the inside of
your holster periodically with a silicone cloth and check fastening hardware to ensure they are tight. Feel free to use some Blue LokTite on the screws.
Holster shell is guaranteed for one year. Hardware replaced at cost. See full Terms and Conditions on our website.  www.mk-tekholsters.com
At MK-Tek Holsters we thermo-form holsters from the most durable materials available including Boltaron, Kydex, and Holstex. Our belt clips and attachment hardware are all injection molded for strength and long life. We hand assemble every holster using only the most durable hardware. Our goal is delivering the highest quality product possible.
Thank you for choosing MK-Tek Holsters.

IMPORTANCE OF PROPER HANDGUN FIT: NEVER PLACE A LOADED HANDGUN IN A HOLSTER WITHOUT FIRST TESTING FOR PROPER FIT WITH THE HANDGUN UNLOADED. Although MK-Tek Holsters attempts to provide accurate information regarding which specific holster models were designed to accommodate a specifically identified handgun, MK-Tek Holsters does not warrant the accuracy of such information and specifically disclaims any responsibility or liability for, or consequences resulting from errors or inaccuracies in such information.