Our Delta Holster is the absolute best option for Appendix Carry. We named this holster after the Space Shuttle wing which is called the “Delta”. The wing is designed to press against the backside of your belt line which in turn causes the grip of the gun to press in toward your abdomen. Works great for concealing and carrying appendix.
APPENDIX INSIDE THE WAISTBAND DELTA HOLSTER:
IWB Delta Holster was designed to be worn comfortably inside the waistband appendix style with an untucked shirt for proper concealed carry. The Delta Wing cleverly eliminates printing forever by utilizing your belt to angle the butt of your weapon in towards your body. The wing pushes against your belt line and pushes the holster closer to your body for total concealment. This effectively makes your weapon disappear inside your belt line.
We use .08” KYDEX precision formed over our proprietary in house CAD designed and crafted Aluminum molds. This ensures unparalleled consistency, fit, quality, durability, lightness, comfort, & uniform features across all of our holsters.
EXCLUSIVE HOLSTER FEATURES:
Undercut Trigger Guard keeps the KYDEX from interfering with your draw. Over-Cut Open-Face accommodates Threaded Barrels and clears Suppressor Height Sights. RMR or Red Dot Optic Compatible and a Full length Sweat Guard to protect your weapon from sweat. Fiber Reinforced Stealth Belt Clip, so no one knows you are carrying. We utilize all Black Oxide Steel (Phillips) hardware.
Your IWB Holster comes with the option to choose your belt attachment at no extra charge.
Choose from our DCC Monoblock Clip, J-Clip, or Quick Clip.
ADJUSTABLE ‘POSI-CLICK’ RETENTION & CANT:
When you holster your weapon you’ll hear a satisfying ‘CLICK’ letting you know your weapon is securely holstered & won’t come out unless YOU want it to. Retention pressure is fully adjustable via the black oxide steel hardware forward of the trigger guard. Cant (or Carry Angle) is adjustable from -5 to +20 Degrees, allowing you to angle the holster perfectly for appendix (AIWB), strong side, behind the hip or cross draw carry.