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S&S Precision Maker Monday – Multi-Pistol Holster


S&S Precision’s Multi-Pistol Holster (MPH) is an injection molded thermoplastic elastomer holster designed to fit most full-size handguns from manufacturers such as Glock, SIG, and S&W. The holster is symmetrical, designed to be ambidextrous and with contoured surfaces for comfort.


The MPH comes with rigid nylon belt clips which can be reconfigured for OWB or IWB; these clips will attach to belts up to 1.5″.


S&S produced a video which demonstrates the Multi-Pistol Holster in action.


16 Responses to “S&S Precision Maker Monday – Multi-Pistol Holster”

  1. d says:

    If it’s as good as the say, they’ve got a winner.

    The fact that it’s ambi makes it a good choice for a large purchase for a police department, military unit, or federal agency.

    • Jim D says:

      Most of those agencies and units have requirements for a retention device, so I wouldn’t expect to see much volume there.

      Having seen stuff like this from the Safariland side, even they had to do about 6 or 7 fits to fit most of the pistols out there, and there is still some play in those sizes in order for it to accommodate the variety of fits supported.

      Between the inherent play in the fits, and the belt clip looking like it overlaps where your middle finger should be contacting the underside of the trigger guard, I don’t see the appeal.

      • BillC says:

        I’m with you. One-size-fits-all/most and universal don’t and are-not. Compromises have to be made to accommodate. Will it work? Sure. Best option? As always, depends.

      • Kango says:

        Good catch on the belt clip placement. It looks like you could switch the clips to the other side. I have this issue with my RCS holster. After a session, my middle finger knuckle starts hurting and a callous builds up where it makes contact.

      • Bill says:

        Without a demo of how well it retains the gun, I’m not sure of the street value. Maybe for range work with multiple guns that isn’t dependent on holster work or retention, though I don’t know what kind of range work that would be.

        Universal fit means it won’t fit anything in this universe.

  2. Brian H. says:

    No availability date?

  3. D.B. says:

    5 points for that belt on the main photo.

  4. OpsBulldog says:

    well, without a “sheath” to cover the front sight, you very well may end up ripping out your boxers when you present your weapon…

  5. Steve says:

    That looks like the holster that came with my S&S precision jeans. How clever of them to simply attach some bigger clips since the slots on it only accommodate the tabs for attaching it directly to the pants. It’s not a bad holster and it held my 1911 just as securely as it held my Glock.

  6. Bobby Davro says:

    If a cheaper non s&s company brought exactly the same product with same build quality to the table but for half the cost it would be derided as crap and laughed of theses pages

  7. Chris K. says:

    It’s always hilarious to see people’s expert opinions on something they’ve never seen up close, let alone touched. Well done, S&S, for developing something that could make buying multiple holsters unnecessary for both IWB and OWB.