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    Default WTB: P2000sk shoulder holster

    Looking for good quality leather, right hand draw. Must be specific for P2000sk (not P2000).
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    I carried a P2000 and P2000sk for years and have a pair of Galco's -- the same model is for both and works equally well with either. With respect to holsters, there is very little difference between the pistols.

    Edit: on Galco's website the same model is listed to fit the P30 and USPc in addition to both P2000s.
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    Thanks bsoe, I'm familiar with Galco's model. But I'm seeking a shorter holster length to reduce the likelihood of printing.
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    Quote Originally Posted by triggerhammer View Post
    Looking for good quality leather, right hand draw. Must be specific for P2000sk (not P2000).
    Here’s one. Buy once, cry once; right? I don’t own the Maverick rig but have purchased other holsters of theirs (I do the master collection upgrade) and I think they are top notch. Many models available and the P2000SK is in their list. Good luck in your search. Carry on.

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    Thanks HK12Step. I'm familiar with Wright Leather Works. They usually do very nice work.
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    OP, what did you end up going with? I have considered buying something for use in cooler weather when I have greater flexibility with respect to cover garments.

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