Beginning in early 2021, Beretta started offering new versions of the Beretta Tomcat pistol with a threaded barrel option. The first 3032 Tomcat variant offered with a threaded barrel was the Tomcat Covert handgun.
The success of the Beretta Tomcat Covert model led Beretta to offer additional variants of the Tomcat pistol equipped with a threaded barrel, including the following models:
These threaded barrel versions are the same size as the original Tomcat model, except for the threaded barrel option. The threaded barrel allows for the potential addition of a suppressor. The threaded barrel has a 1/2x28 thread size and a matching thread protector.
These threaded barrel versions of the Tomcat utilize the same operational controls and functionality of the original Tomcat pistol.
Here are some frequently asked questions involving holsters for a Beretta tomcat with a threaded barrel:
The answer will somewhat depend on the holster design and construction. A Beretta Tomcat holster with an open bottom could potentially fit a Covert model with a threaded barrel, but the threaded barrel would likely protrude out the bottom of the holster.
The threaded barrel on the 3032 Covert will likely create a fit issue in a closed bottom holster, as the holster wasn’t built to accommodate the threaded barrel.
Yes, the MTR Custom Front Pocket holster listed below is available in a version to fit a Tomcat pistol with a threaded barrel.
All the Tomcat holster models that we offer are designed to work with the safety, regardless of the safety position.
Yes, we do, and those models can be seen on this page: Beretta 3032 Tomcat holsters.
Unfortunately, we do not offer any holsters for a Tomcat with a suppressor mounted on the threaded barrel.
Any of the gun holsters shown below are available in a version to fit a 3032 Tomcat threaded barrel model.