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Carrying inside the waistband is preferable for some people. This style conceals most of the holster inside the waistband, permitting more choices in outer garments.
My IWB design grew out of the Pancake style. By utilizing snap-loops fore and aft the holster is firmly anchored, maintaining a constant position. Also, with the belt attachments offset there is reduced bulk over the holstered handgun.
Belt attachment loops are interchangeable. Additional loop sets may be ordered as required.
Standard cant is approximately 15 degrees butt-forward, intended for wear just behind the strong-side hip. Neutral cant (vertical carry angle) is optional for some, but not all, handgun models depending on overall size and length.
Intended carry position (standard cant) is just behind the strong-side hip, about 4:00 position.
PLEASE NOTE: While many users prefer the IWB style, and use this type of holster without problems, some people simply cannot tolerate the bulk of a holstered handgun inside the waistband for extended periods. Also, many users report that trousers and belts used need to be about 2" larger than normally worn when using the IWB style holsters.
Hammer shields (revolver holsters, specify inner and/or outer), add $6.00.
Slide shields (semi-auto holsters), add $6.00
Additional belt loop sets, 1.25", 1.5", 1.75", etc., add $9.00 per set.
Holster linings are not recommended on IWB-style holsters due to the increased likelihood of moisture exposure.
Thumb-break retention is not offered on IWB-style holsters.
PRICES START AT $65.00!
January 4, 2014: I have a good supply of HORSEHIDE for IWB-style holsters. Horsehide may be specified for an additional $6.00 per holster, while supplies last! Very good quality, American made, vegetable tanned. Very dense, great strength with less thickness, and excellent moisture resistance. Natural tan, dark brown, or black only.
July 23, 2015 Update: My suppliers for horsehide have dried up completely. Supplies on hand should be sufficient to complete orders now pending but no further orders will be accepted until supplies can be replenished.