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I tried a few different holsters for mine. Tried the big, popular brands and just didn't like 'em. Took a chance on a design that, at the time, was a new concept, the tuckable. Mitch Rosen "Workman". That was it. Aside from being perfect in fit and finish in every regard, it was the one that hooked me on his work. Costs a bit more than most want to spend, but you get what you pay for. In my opinion, if it's to be used for such an important role, isn't the few extra dollars worthwhile, especially for the quality you get? Another key part of a GOOD holster is getting a GOOD belt too. Ordinary belts just aren't suitable for the added weight.
 

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I tried a few different holsters for mine. Tried the big, popular brands and just didn't like 'em. Took a chance on a design that, at the time, was a new concept, the tuckable. Mitch Rosen "Workman". That was it. Aside from being perfect in fit and finish in every regard, it was the one that hooked me on his work. Costs a bit more than most want to spend, but you get what you pay for. In my opinion, if it's to be used for such an important role, isn't the few extra dollars worthwhile, especially for the quality you get? Another key part of a GOOD holster is getting a GOOD belt too. Ordinary belts just aren't suitable for the added weight.
Does the workman only have one belt loop? If so does it move around with the weight of the sp101
 

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Mitch Rosen IWB

I've got a Mitch Rosen IWB that I talked tony into making for me. the SP101 fits well and the holster holds up really well. I don't use it that often but only because I usually carry a 1911.
 
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