Tulster Releases H&P VP9SK Holster

Tulster, a Jenks Oklahoma, based company has proudly announced the release of their latest holster, their IWB profile holster for the Heckler & Koch VP9SK. The VP9SK is the newly released smaller brother to the well-received VP9. The new holster is designed…

From the ground up, the IWB Profile Holster for the Heckler & Koch VP9SK is designed to be an ultra-concealable, minimalistic, appendix carry holster without the drawbacks. Distinct features such as the matteedge finish and minimal material used facilitate in a comfortable fit providing maximum concealment for concealed carry.

The holster is passive retention only, but to ensure a snug, yet usable fit, each holster is formed to the handgun for a “snug fit” with adjustment up or down via a screw. Tulster touts an inherent positive retention “SNAP” to verify the firearm is fully holstered and secure.

For comfort, the holster features removal of material between the muzzle and the retention screw. Cant is adjustable from 0-15 degrees. Further, the trigger guard is purposefully undercut to help the shooter get a solid high grip on the handgun and allow for magazine release while the firearm is fully holstered. (Author’s Note – Not sure if the last part is a good thing…)

The holster retails for $64.99, available in both right and left-handed configuration. Various colors and patterns are available for those looking to customize. Solid colors are typically an additional $5 with carbon-fiber combos fetching $10 extra. 

Holster Features:

  • Undercut trigger guard.
  • Works with Quick Clip or Softloop Kit.
  • Adjustable retention.
  • Adjustable cant: 0-15 degrees
  • Full sweat shield.
  • Rounded and buffed edges.
  • Minimal material.

Included with Purchase:

  • (1) 1.5″ Quick Clip
  • (2) ¼” Truss Screws
  • (2) Slotted Post
  • (2) 1/8″ EPDM Spacer/Washer
  • (1) VC-3 Threadmate – 1ml packet




Frank.K

TFB’s FNG. Completely irreverent of all things marketing but a passionate lover of new ideas and old ones well executed. Enjoys musing on all things firearms, shooting 3-gun, and attempting to be both tacticool AND tactical.


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  • No one

    “H&P”

    Did I suddenly become illiterate or is that a typo?

    • Andrew

      You’ve never heard of Heckler & Poch?

  • john huscio

    Looks like a good holster for an excellent pistol

  • NotAFinger!

    Might as well appendix carry a football. Why are HK guns so chubby everywhere? Tell them to stop eating all the GD ice-cream in the house.

  • Dickie

    I really like tulster holsters. Have a bunch. They are solid.

    • healthycuriosity

      Just got my first one about a month ago. Love it. Will definitely be getting at least one more.

  • Andrew

    The VP9sk and P30sk are the same on the outside right? As in any holster that fits the VP9sk should also fit the P30sk?

    • ostiariusalpha

      They aren’t exactly identical, and I don’t just mean the rear of the slide where one has a hammer versus a striker. The VP9SK has a slightly longer barrel than the P30SK; it also has an extended trigger guard, so the slide is about equal between the two past the front of the guard. It’s when you try to stick the VP9SK in a P30SK holster that you realize the trigger guard sticks out too far to allow it to seat; or vise versa, the P30SK in a VP9SK holster, and the trigger guard does not extend far enough.

  • JASON B

    I didn’t know Hewlett Packard made the VP9SK. Wow, the times they are a changing.

    Actually had you told me Hewlett packard was making an M1 Carbine during WWII along with IBM, Rock-O-La, and Singer Sewing Machine, that would have made sense. But these are the days of plenty, companies like this don’t have to change up the production lines to make guns for the war effort.

  • Cosmoline ‘n’ Coke

    They didn’t load the magazine a la HK fashion either. Bummer