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Go to Midway USA and use their holster search by maker, then model. You'll see a wide variety to get you thinking, and can read buyer reviews and ratings on many of them.

My guess is you'll have to try a few before you settle on one that works best for you and your particular build and typical clothing.

I have a couple different paddle holsters for mine, a Bianchi Special Agent with a thumb break and a Fobus plastic. Both fit the gun nicely -- clearly the Bianchi leather unit is nicer looking, but the plastic Fobus has its pros -- adjustable tension without a thumb break, impervious to sweat, etc.

I haven't tried an IWB yet, though one of my former students just showed me his Galco IWB and said it was the most comfortable IWB he'd ever tried, and he used to work in a LGS.
 

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Take what the 'holster finder' searches tell you with a grain of salt. Saw one today that said a specific ankle holster would fit a P95. I don't think so: http://holsterland.com/ruger-p95/ru...-ranger-triad-ankle-holster-right-hand-p-5053

Also I see a lot of references for a Bianchi 7506. got it for a P85 and it worked ok. Wouldn't fit the P95 w/rail at all. Bought another Bianchi - can't remember the model, I'll look when I get home - that fit but kinda 'hung' on the belt. Used some heavy velcro to shore up the fit and it's almost usable but I wouldn't buy another one.
 

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Used the Remora for a few hours yesterday - moving around, sitting, lifting .... never moved from the 1 o'clock position. Very comfortable. Sitting at a desk now with it in position. Props to Remora - very good product.
 
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