Top 6 Beretta 9000s Holsters

Top Beretta 9000s Holsters

The right place to find your perfect Beretta 9000s holster is right here. Read what we have to say about these holsters and find yours. Check out the top 6 holsters for Beretta 9000s in various carry styles with detailed reviews, pros and cons and tips and tricks on how to find your personal favorite. The road to the perfect fit for your Beretta 9000s is just a few scrolls away. We also included our personal favorite at the end. Don't forget that they are all custom made and the fit is guaranteed.

Beretta 9000s Holster List

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6. Sturdy Belly Band Holster

If you’re looking for an alternative concealed carry style, you should consider belly bands. When it comes to the level of concealment, this belly band can match any IWB or AIWB holster. It’s made of functional layered nylon of the highest quality. Although the material is quite tight, it’s still very comfortable to wear. I carry it attached to my stomach area, which allows me to conceal it very easily with just a T-shirt. It’s true that if I compare it to a belt holster, my Beretta 9000s isn’t that easy to access, but this can be overcome and you’ll get used to drawing from the holster after a couple of practice sessions.

Due to the elastic holster part of the belly band, it will fit virtually any handgun, not just your Beretta 9000s. This makes the holster extremely versatile and you will be able to keep using it even if you get a different pistol or revolver. The holster also features a detachable and adjustable thumb break strap, which will keep you Beretta 9000s very secure and it will prevent it from falling out.

The belly band doesn’t only let me carry my gun. It also comprises a compartment for my daily essentials, such as ID cards or a pocket knife. On top of that, the band also features a mag holder for spare ammo. Even when your  Beretta 9000s is holstered, the belly band is virtually invisible, leaving no imprint on the covering garment. The holster can be made for both right and left-handed shooters and it is now available in black color and in any of the following sizes - XS, S, M, L, XL, and XXL.

$39
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Pros

Cons

Pros

  • High utility as it fits guns of virtually any size
  • Tight yet very comfortable nylon material
  • Perfect for deep concealed carry

Cons

  • Attachment takes longer
  • Be careful when ordering the correct size
  • Draw time is slower than with belt holsters

5. Belt Side Holster

This is an extremely flexible outside the waistband holster for your Beretta 9000s, as it can be carried in a number of positions. The name suggests it’s most often carried on one’s strong side, which is how I like to carry it as well. When worn like this, you’ll experience a slight forward cant, which will make drawing and re-holstering even more convenient.

The second option this leather holster offers is to carry the holster cross draw, so you can make great use of it even if you have to drive long distances or if you change to an office job. The holster features an open muzzle design and it comes with a thumb break. While the thumb break adds to the holster’s security, its presence might result in a slightly longer draw and re-holstering time. However, a bit of practice will fix this issue.

The holster is available in both right and left-handed versions and you can select between mahogany and black leather. When it comes to the material, this OWB Beretta 9000s holster is made of premium Italian cow-hide and sewn together by high quality German threads. The material used only further enhances the overall impression this holster evokes. If you are a fan of both side and cross draw carry, this holster is all you’ve been looking for.

$85
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Pros

Cons

Pros

  • More carry styles available
  • Thumb break for added security
  • Open muzzle design

Cons

  • Slightly longer draw and re-holster time
  • Could use double stitching
  • Needs a bit of practice to get used to

4. Shoulder Holster w Mag Pouch

This is one of the best Beretta 9000s shoulder holsters I’ve ever tested. The quality and feel you get from it the moment you fasten it to your body can hardly be compared to any other shoulder rig. The main holster body is made from genuine Italian cow-hide and stitched together by high-quality German threads. The same applies to the magazine or speed loader pouch that serves as counterweight. What’s great about the holster is the fact that it comes assembled and you can start using it straight out of the box.

Now it’s called a shoulder holster, but it’s actually much more than that. Apart from the main horizontal shoulder carry it offers, the holster (when dismounted) can be carried on the side or in the cross draw position, but in the small of the back style. As a shoulder holster, it can’t be carried vertically, but that’s one of the very few downsides of this system. It also comes with a double mag pouch, which comes in handy if you need to carry extra mags.

You can increase both the holster and mag pouch’s security by the pre-installed retention screws. Steel clips instead of plastic ones would be preferred, but again, that’s just a minor issue. The leather it’s made of is very comfortable and if you adjust the straps properly, it will fit your body very well. The holster also comes with a thumb break for additional safety. If you learn how to work the holster, drawing and re-holstering will be very easy. If you want a 4 in 1 holster, then this shoulder rig system is your winner.

$155
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Pros

Cons

Pros

  • Comes with a double mag pouch
  • Thumb break for added security present
  • 4 different carry options

Cons

  • Doesn’t allow for vertical shoulder carry
  • Thumb break takes a bit to get used to
  • Only adjustable up to XL size (but you can order a bigger size)
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Premium 5-Year Warranty

Always buy a holster with a 5-year warranty. The prolonged time should cover the whole wear and tear period in which you can find out what quality means. It is always good to have your back and your firearm covered.

3. Pancake Holster w 2 Carry Positions

Just as the name suggests, this cross draw holster for your Beretta 9000s can be carried in 2 main positions - Cross Draw and 4 o’clock. The pancake design makes the holster ride nicely and close to your body. One thing in which this cross draw does better than most other pancake holsters is the thumb break it features. Usually pancakes come with open top by default, but the additional retention the thumb break delivers is always welcome. This adds to gun safety although it slows drawing and re-holstering by a bit. But it’s not something that can’t be practiced and improved.

The holster is made of premium Italian cow-hide and sewn together with high quality German threads. Moreover, the most important parts of the holster are double-stitched, so you can be sure you’ll be getting a well-built holster that’s going to last you a lifetime. And even if there’s an issue with it, this OWB/cross-draw holster comes with a 5 year warranty.

You might be wondering how it can be carried in 2 different positions. The answer lies in 3 belt loops present. You can easily change the cant by re-inserting the belt through the extra belt loop. You also don’t have to worry about the belt loops getting flimsy over time as they are reinforced and heat-treated. The additional belt loop makes it pretty much a 2 in 1 holster. So, if you’re looking for a safe, flexible and nicely fitting cross draw holster for a Beretta 9000s at an affordable price, you’ve just found it.

$85
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Pros

Cons

Pros

  • Budget friendly
  • An extra belt loop for additional carry position
  • Thumb break for added safety

Cons

  • Changing the carry position takes a bit of time
  • You need to get used to either carry position
  • Needs practice for quicker drawing and re-holstering

2. Holster w 3 Carry Positions

This custom leather holster for Beretta 9000s is extremely flexible and lets you choose between 3 different carry styles - cross draw, strong side and small of the back. The cross draw carry is a great solution mainly if you do a job that involves a lot of sitting, so it’s an ideal option for drivers or anyone doing an office job. The holster’s retention is secured by one or two retention screws, depending on how big a gun you want to get it for. On the other hand, the holster features only 1 belt loop, which results in lower stability.

I fell in love with the holster the moment I laid my hands on it. The feel that the premium Italian leather it’s made of produces is incomparable to any other holster. The holster’s build is very firm and you’ll also enjoy the glove-like fit. If you experience initial tightness of the fresh leather, just run the holster through a bit of break-in and you’ll be good to go.

The draw and re-holstering time is increased a bit due to the thumb break. However, if you want to make the draw quicker, just mount the holster on your strong side. You can also carry it SoB, although it’s slightly bigger than most holsters falling under this carry style. This leather holster is one of the best choices for beginners, especially if you’re not decided on your carry preference. It’s universality is pretty much limitless as it comes in both right and left-handed versions. If you’re looking for a nicely fitting and flexible Beretta 9000s holster, you should get this one.

$85
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Pros

Cons

Pros

  • Multiple carry positions
  • Retention screws for added safety
  • Ideal for office jobs and drivers

Cons

  • Not as stable as the other cross draws
  • Slightly bigger than most when carried SoB
  • Thumb break makes drawing and re-holstering a bit slower

1. Urban Concealed Carry Pouch

This concealment pouch is ideal for anyone who lives in a state that doesn’t allow open carry. The bag is designed for off-body concealed carry and, just like its name suggests, it’s ideal mainly for urban environments. If you’ve previously used mainly belt holsters, then you won’t need much time getting used to this pouch, as it’s also designed for belt carry.

The pouch is attached via adjustable Velcro belt loops, which means it fits belts of pretty much any size. The entire concealed carry pouch is made of high-quality polyester. Moreover, all of the key parts of this product are double-stitched, which results in its high durability. What I love about the pouch is that it allows me to carry all of my daily essentials. I carry my Beretta 9000s in the separate, extra lined section, but there are also other compartments in which I can store the rest of my EDC (such as documents, spare ammo, cary keys and more).

The Urban Concealed Carry Pouch is ideal for both right and left-handed shooters as it comes in an ambidextrous design. It’s also available in multiple colors - black, coyote, olive, and natur grey. And if you decide to drift away from the Beretta 9000s, it can be made for many other gun makes, as long as they’re not longer than 8 inches.

$65
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Pros

Cons

Pros

  • Ambidextrous design
  • Ideal for deep concealed carry
  • Ample room for your entire EDC

Cons

  • Doesn’t look as stylish as traditional leather holsters
  • Can only be carried in the waist area
  • The size isn’t universal

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Materials

A perfect Beretta holster material is sometimes also a hard choice. Read more about what each material has to offer and then jump to custom made holsters made directly out of the individual materials.

Leather

Leather

Leather holsters have been present since the very beginning. The offer great retention and leather itself has well-known and reliable features. Plus - nothing beats a leather holster when it comes to comfort and being skin-friendly. A classic is a classic.

Nylon

Nylon

Nylon has found its way to the gun owner mainly because of its low price and easy maintenance. The light weight build also helps many shooters decide to carry a nylon holster. If you choose a nylon holster you get something that has almost no weight and holds your handgun firmly.

How to Choose The Best Holster For Your Beretta 9000s

If you are having trouble deciding between holsters because you don't know which questions to ask yourself read our tips below on how to properly choose a holster for your Beretta 9000s. Let us bring some clarity into your decision making.

Be sure to always go for a perfect fit holster (no one fits all holsters, never)
Be sure to be able to draw with one hand - you never know how the situation will end up.
Can you draw while seated and belted in your car?
If you plan on going concealed don't waste your time with thumb breaks of push-releases
You get what you pay for - the cheap option is not always the best option.
The size of your handgun should tell you the type of holster. Let's be hones, concealing a 5" barrel is not the easiest.

6 Best Carry Styles For Your Beretta 9000s

Find out which holster carry style will work best for your style of carry and your Beretta 9000s. Carry styles below will provide you with basic info and you can browse holsters by clicking on the buttons.

OWB

OWB

Outside the waistband carry. Reliable, offers fast draw and easy re holstering. OWB holsters can feature thumb breaks, retention screws and many more. Very versatile carry.

Concealed Carry

Concealed Carry

Concealed carry holsters are designed conceal your handgun to the point of almost no visibility. Features such as J hooks, belt clips or tuckable variations allow the firearm to be depply concealed.

Cross Draw

Cross Draw

Crossdraw holsters are loved by many drivers and/or people that spend their days mostly sitting. They fit, they ride close to the body and allow an easy and intuitive draw.

Concealment Bag

Concealment Bag

Concealed carry bags for offer the carrier an option to conceal the firearm without having to carry it on body. They can be simple nylon bags or made of premium leather to be carried around.

Shoulder Holsters

Shoulder Holsters

Vertical or horizontal, with or without tiedowns. Stationary or rotary. Shoulder holster carry offers great versatility and ease of not having your pew on your belt. Ideal for driving or everyday carry.

Small Of Back

Small Of Back

SOB holsters are loved and hated at the same time. The holster itself sits on your 6 and you draw it either palm in or palm out. Ideal for drivers and also for every day carry.

The winner

Urban Concealed Carry Pouch

Urban Concealed Carry Pouch
Urban Concealed Carry Pouch
Urban Concealed Carry Pouch

There probably isn’t a better off-body concealed carry option for your Beretta 9000s than this pouch. It’s ideal for everyday deep concealed carry, and not only for your gun, but also for the rest of your EDC essentials. The pouch looks very neat and it perfectly compliments anyone who often dresses smart. As the pouch’s name suggests, it’s suitable mainly for urban environments, but I wouldn’t hesitate to take it with me to less cultivated areas as well. The pouch features a number of compartments, the most important being the rear one as it’s designed specifically for gun carry. This compartment is lined and reinforced, which results in higher security of your Beretta 9000s. As the pouch is fully ambidextrous, it’s perfect for both right and left-handed shooters. With a bit of practice, the Urban Concealed Carry Pouch will become a great alternative to any traditional gun holster.

$65

About Beretta 9000s model

The Beretta 9000s is a double/single action semi-automatic pistol. This handgun was introduced in 2000 by Beretta, the world’s leading gun manufacturer. The production of this compact-sized pistol lasted until 2006 and it is one of the smallest post 2000 Beretta pistols. The Beretta 9000s is primarily used as a civilian self-defense pistol as its compactness allows for very easy concealment, thus resulting in an ideal everyday concealed carry option. This pistol features a polymer frame and the typical open-top slide design. All parts of this handgun are made of the most modern materials that were available back when the pistol entered its production.The Beretta 9000s comes with an adjustable finger rest, which means it doesn’t really matter how big your hands are. This pistol also features fixed front and rear sights. The Beretta 9000s’ barrel is 3.5’’ long and it can operate on either the 9x19mm Parabellum or .40 S&W caliber. Its double stack magazine can hold anywhere from 10-12 rounds of ammo, depending on the cartridge used.