Top Beretta 98 Centennial Holsters
The right place to find your perfect Beretta 98 Centennial holster is right here. Read what we have to say about these holsters and find yours. Check out the top 6 holsters for Beretta 98 Centennial 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 98 Centennial 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 98 Centennial Holster List
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6. Open-Muzzle IWB Holster
Are you looking for an inside the waistband holster for your Beretta 98 Centennial that has been tested by many and complained about by very few? Then this holster is your go to option. Just as the name suggests, the muzzle part of this IWB holster is open, but so is the top of the holster. This allows for easy draw and re-holstering, but you’ll be able to put some small attachments on as well.
The holster comes with a dual belt loop system, which means two things. Firstly, you won’t need to take your belt off when (dis)mounting. This is a great feature as having to constantly take your belt on and off when attaching a holster is very tiresome. Another benefit of this feature is the added stability. The entire holster body is crafted from premium Italian leather and stitched together by high-quality German threads.
Does this holster have any disadvantages? Well, it’s true that if there’s no thumb break, your Beretta 98 Centennial can be snatched a bit easier. At the same time, you might need to adjust the belt loops screws, otherwise you might feel like the holster is a bit flimsy. Another thing it could use is at least a partial sweat guard. However, I’d still say this IWB holster isn’t that far from perfect and if you decide to go for it, I’m sure it will definitely become a very neat and affordable addition to your EDC set.
- Convenient (dis)mounting
- Quick draw secured by open top design
- Open muzzle design allows for minor attachments
- Could use a thumb break for more security
- Holster can be flimsy if not properly adjusted
- No sweat guard
5. Open Top Belt Holster
Looking for a new Beretta 98 Centennial OWB holster? Well, then don’t go any further. This outside the waistband holster is a synonym of simplicity, just look at it! It features an open top, open muzzle design, so your Beretta 98 Centennial gets a lot of fresh air and you won’t have any problem accessing it. If you’re looking for a holster allowing for quick draw and re-holstering, you won’t be disappointed.
When I first saw the holster I actually confused it for a pancake one. However, it’s a bit narrower and although I still prefer pancakes, this holster offers a much lower profile. This is vital especially if you’re looking for an OWB with high concealability. If you get this holster, you’ll get it molded specifically for your gun, so you can be sure about the perfect fit.
Now not everything is ideal and this holster is no exception. The absence of thumb break will result in lower security and retention, although the custom molding prevents the Beretta 98 Centennial from falling out, so don’t worry about that too much. It’s also not the sturdiest of leather holsters, which could be a problem for some of you.
What made this holster a keeper for me, however, is definitely the double-stitching it features. As you can see in the picture, all the key parts of the holster are double-stitched, which makes the holster much more secure and prevents it from falling apart. If you’re looking for an OWB holster you won’t have to change for a new one anytime soon, then this is the one to get.
- Quick draw and re-holstering
- Extremely low profile
- Lower retention
- Not as sturdy as you might like
- Absence of a thumb break strap
4. Shoulder Holster w Mag Pouch
This is one of the best Beretta 98 Centennial 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.
- Comes with a double mag pouch
- Thumb break for added security present
- 4 different carry options
- 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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3. Cross Draw Holster
Are you a fan of cross draw carry? Then you’re in the right place. This custom leather holster for Beretta 98 Centennial is probably the most popular cross draw holster on this list and there are a couple of reasons for that. You know that cross draws require a good cant, strong leather and proper stitching. This holster has got it all. As you can see, it comes with belt loops on either side of the holster, which enhances its stability.
You’ll enjoy this cross-draw holster especially when driving or sitting at your desk, at least that’s when I prefer to carry it. When it comes to the material, the holster is built of premium Italian leather and sewn together with high-quality German threads. The leather covers the entire barrel, which further enhances safety this leather cross-draw holster offers.
You’ll feel secure about your Beretta 98 Centennial thanks to the featured thumb break. It’s true that it takes a bit longer to draw and re-holster, but you’ll master that in a couple of hours. Moreover, the thumb break is reinforced by steel, so it won’t get flimsy over years of use. You can get this holster in two colors - mahogany and black. Just don’t forget to select the correct hand. If you’re looking for a comfortable cross draw holster that’s been well received by many, then you should get this one.
- Perfect cant
- Very stable thanks to belt loops on either side
- One of the most popular cross draw holsters
- Not the most ideal quick draw option
- Be cautious when selecting the preferred hand
- Takes a bit to get used to, just like most cross-draws
2. Holster w 3 Carry Positions
This custom leather holster for Beretta 98 Centennial 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 98 Centennial holster, you should get this one.
- Multiple carry positions
- Retention screws for added safety
- Ideal for office jobs and drivers
- 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. Concealed Carry Belt Pouch
Due to stricter CCW laws in some states, it’s not always possible to carry any gun holster without others noticing. That’s when concealment pouches come in play, as they’re an ideal replacement. And so is this one. It’s an ideal pouch for everyday carry, but you can also make great use of it if you ever engage in sports activities. It’s very comfy and you can even get one for some of the biggest handguns out there. You can also select from 3 different colors - black, olive, and coyote.
Gun pouches are usually quite small. This one is also very compact, but a huge benefit of it is that it also takes in pistols and revolvers equipped with lights and lasers. You can stuff in guns of up to 10’’ barrel length and there’ll still be room for some of your EDC items left.
This pouch is also very practical due to its ambidextrous built and a quick zip opening. This way, you’ll be able to draw your Beretta 98 Centennial fast, no matter what your hand preference is. This concealment pouch is made of breathable nylon and it’s also quite easily attachable to pretty much any belt. It’s pricing is also more than reasonable, so unless you don’t need anything too fancy, you won’t be disappointed by this pouch.
- Ideal for concealed carry pretty much anywhere
- Reasonable pricing
- Accommodated even the biggest guns
- It doesn’t look as stylish as leather would
- You need a belt for the attachment
- Be careful when selecting the correct size
1.5" Basket Weave Gun Belt
A sturdy gun belt that will hold your holster in a firm position with no sagging.Check details
Double Magazine Pouch
The double mag pouch is made of premium leather with an open top design, suitable for outside the waistband carry.Check details
Small Break-In Kit
If you are looking for a easy and simple break-in kit for your leather holster this break-in kit is for you.Check details
Premium Quality Leather
Durable Stitching & Construction
Fits Like A Glove
Custom Made For Beretta
Old World Craftsmanship
Premium 5-Year Warranty
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 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 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 98 Centennial
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6 Best Carry Styles For Your Beretta 98 Centennial
Find out which holster carry style will work best for your style of carry and your Beretta 98 Centennial. Carry styles below will provide you with basic info and you can browse holsters by clicking on the buttons.
Inside the waistband carry. The perfect concealed carry option. Conceals the firearm and keeps it on your body. An IWB holster can be placed all around your body, so there's added versatility.
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 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.
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.
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.
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.
Open Top Belt Holster
This Open Top Leather Belt Holster is definitely one of the best outside the waistband holsters for the Beretta 98 Centennial out there. Compared to other OWB holsters, it’s extremely easy to conceal. This is secured mainly thanks to the extremely low profile the holster boasts. It resembles a pancake-style holster a lot, but it’s a bit narrower, which further enhances the holster’s concealability. Although the holster looks very simple (which I actually like a lot), the double-stitching it features makes the holster extremely durable and you won’t have to look for another anytime soon. The open top design results in a very quick draw and re-holstering. If you’re looking for a simple looking, yet very reliable OWB holster, this one by Craft Holsters is definitely the one to get.