High Threat Concealment Inside-the-Waistband Pistol Holsters

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posted on July 1, 2016
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When carrying a concealed handgun inside-the-waistband (IWB), the importance of having a sturdy, well-built holster is really driven home. A quality holster makes it easy to carry even a full-size pistol with ease all day long rather than a painful chore to be endured. 

High Threat Concealment (HTC) offers a series of IWB holsters for many popular handguns that fulfills this requirement handily. Constructed of proprietary Boltaron, HTC's IWB holsters are thin, light and sturdy. Made for strong side or appendix carry, these holsters come with a choice of soft loops or belt clip. Holsters for subcompact handguns come with a single ¾-inch-wide soft loop, while holsters for larger handguns come with twin ¾-inch loops for greater stability.

Varying degrees of cant (0 to 15 degrees) can be achieved in both holster models. For those that prefer them, belt clips are available for 1 ½-inch- or 1 ¾-inch-wide belts. 

MSRP: $70. Available in black and Flat Dark Earth ($5 extra). 

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