Entering the market in 1983, the Colt Mustang was designed for law enforcement and government use in situations where the operator wanted the features of the classic Colt 1911 scaled down on a smaller frame chambered in the .380 caliber. Colt also introduced some variations on the Mustang including the Pocket Light version (introduced in 1987) which is smaller than the original Mustang and holds 2 less rounds, and the Colt Mustang Plus II, which featured an extended magazine that offered an additional 2 rounds over the original version. Even though the Mustang and it's related variations were popular, Colt discontinued production of the original Mustang series in 1996.
The Mustang series proved to be an outstanding choice for concealed carry, especially if you favored the single action controls of a 1911. The pistol worked well carried in the front pocket and was an excellent option for IWB carry. Since the original Mustang series went out of production in 1996, there aren't many mainstream holster makers still producing holsters for it.
In June of 2013, Colt introduced a new version of the Mustang in June of 2013. The new model, called the Colt Mustang XSP utilizes a polymer frame and includes a picatinny rail. It’s important to note that the picatinny rail on new XSP version will mean that this version won’t fit in a holster molded for the original Mustang series. Holsters on this page won't work for an XSP version.
If you are looking for a holster to fit a Colt Mustang XSP, go here.
Holsters shown on this page will fit the original Colt Mustang series of pistols.
All prices are in USD.