BEST WAYS TO PACK THE NEW 911
Springfield Armory supplies a zippered nylon case with the 911. It contains a pocket holster that is secured to the inside of the case using hook and loop material. There is also an elastic loop to hold a spare magazine and a compartment to hold a concealed carry permit or other paperwork.
The provided pocket holster works reasonably well and does a good job of covering the trigger, thumb safety and the magazine release. The one drawback that I find with this holster is that it is bulkier than necessary due to the thick, padded material used. One plus is that you don’t have to spend $35 or more for a holster after paying $500 to $550 for the gun.
Perhaps a better holster alternative is the DeSantis Gunhide Tuck This II IWB holster. This holster is made from padded 1050D black Ballistic nylon and is lined with slick pack cloth to reduce friction with the pistol. This holster also has an elastic pouch in the front spine for carrying a spare magazine. It is ambidextrous and the pants clip allows a shirt to be tucked between the pistol and your pants. MSRP $43.99.
DeSantis and other manufacturers offer a variety of holster options for the Springfield Armory 911, including custom fit versions.