Holster Concealment Wedge

$7.50

A “wing” or “claw” is a remarkable feature of a concealed carry holster, that really helps underscore the differences between carrying a gun and concealing a gun.

The claw mounts to your holster’s retention screws under the triggerguard, and presses against the inside of your belt. The pressure from the belt on the claw causes the butt of the grip to rotate back in toward your body, thus reducing the “printing” effect under your shirt.

This option can also be added to other holsters in the market as long as the hole spacing is the same (15 mm/0.6 inch). Each ModWing has two interchangeable risers (meaning more or less thickness behind the belt) and all the required assembly hardware. If your holster only has one retention screw, or if you need longer screws to mount it to your holster, you might want to check out our Holster Triage Kit.

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A “wedge” or “muzzle pad” is another awesome feature of a concealed carry holster, that really helps underscore the differences between carrying a gun and concealing a gun.