Sintercore Stealth Clip

$14.98

A standalone, belt-mounted device that twists a pistol grip into one’s body to reduce printing during AIWB holster use. It’s like a Claw found on other holsters, but used to retrofit holsters that don’t have one attached.

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A standalone, belt-mounted device that twists a pistol grip into one’s body to reduce printing during IWB holster use. It’s been designed specifically for those who wish to conceal larger pistols and use an existing holster instead of purchasing a new one made specifically for AIWB with the new “Claw” devices. Think of this product as a standalone claw device; it does not connect to the holster in any way, but merely presses against it.

Here’s a quick video of it being mounted and used. I’ll post a better video soon!

 

A Kydex leaf spring with non-skid EPDM band is positioned against the side of the holster, along the trigger guard area or thereabouts. The device pushes the pistol grip into the body with just the right amount of force. This could be used at the 3 or 4 o’clock carry position, as well, though it was not designed specifically for that purpose.

Works only with holsters that feature a belt clip positioned along the pistol’s slide, with the trigger guard area free of obstructions, as seen in pictures. Dual belt clip holsters would prohibit this product from being positioned against the trigger guard area of the holster. Examples of compatible holsters: here and here.

Fits 1.5″ and 1.75″ belt widths.

In a pinch, this product doubles as an headset holder when you’re on the range, if you flip it outside the waistband. There’s no locking mechanism, so don’t run around with your headset attached to it (we assume no responsibility for damage to your headset).

Made in the USA with domestic materials by our friends at KCT (check out their website).