The Raptor Appendix Holster is temporarily unavailable
Some changes can't be made quietly. Our IWB holsters are temporarily unavailable for purchase while we finish the last major steps in retooling our production line.
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Raptor Appendix Holster
Ships in 1-5 weeks
The Raptor Appendix Holster is a unique specimen. Designed with comfort and versatility in mind, it features two different mounting systems (Quick Clip or Tuckable Clip), as well as our Raptor Claw which is situated beside the trigger guard to pull the grip tighter to the body. This provides numerous options for adjusting ride height and tuck to your preference. You could also try the Raptor with a Discreet Carry Concepts Belt Clip.
For the light-compatible-version of this holster, click here.
These holsters come with a mid-height shirt guard and are compatible with slide-mounted optics and suppressor height sights up to 0.375″ tall.
Can you wear this holster with a dress shirt tucked in?
Yep! The shirt can be tucked when the provided tuckable clip is installed. The clip will be visible over the belt.
I’m… larger. Can I wear this holster?
It’s difficult to give a simple yes or no answer to this question, because everyone is a little different. However, there are lots of larger folks who use and like the Raptor. Whether or not it works for you depends on what you wear, how tight your belt is, and your personal preferences about comfort.
How tight can the Raptor get?
It can get pretty tight, but we don’t recommend you have it so tight that it becomes difficult to remove the pistol.
Which shirt guard height do you all recommend?
We recommend the mid guard. It makes it easier to re-holster, helps keep your shirt out of the holster, and with the pistol removed it won’t jab your stomach as much as a high guard.
I’m new to guns, which holster should I get?
Before you search our site for your new holster, you need to decide on your gun, weapon light, and carry position. You can read more about what to consider in our guide article HERE.