This is a custom made inside the waistband Kydex holster. It can be worn either appendix carry (in the front) or small of the back carry. It is made from .06 thickness Kydex for flexibility, ease of draw, and great definition. (.093 Kydex can be substituted for an additional $3.00) This is our top selling IWB concealment holster. It features an injection molded clip which clips over the belt and curls under the belt to lock it in place.
Posted by Peter V. on Feb 19th 2017
I own three IWB holsters now, that all are the same basic design My favorite is a CYA for my Shield 9mm, it has the best/easiest releasable belt clip. Least favorite is a Detroit Kydex for my Kahr CM that works, but came with a single fixed rivet instead of an adjustable screw for tightness. Why? This holster for my VP9 is almost identical to CYA, just not quite as perfect. But I'm splitting hairs, Blueline makes great holsters, in a huge variety. The only drawback in my case, it that I should have gotten a OWB, as this pistol is pretty bulky, and not great for concealed carry. I'm looking at Blueline again for that type of holster.
Posted by Luis G. on Jul 24th 2016
Great quality and construction, comfortable, sturdy and durable. Great job!
Posted by Anthony H. on Apr 24th 2016
Posted by Kevin W. on Sep 12th 2015
I have to say I was leery about ordering my first holster online, without being able to see it in person; however, I've had it for about a week now and it's more than I had expected it to be. It's comfortable and fits the gun perfectly.
Money well spent.
Posted by Zen V. on Mar 27th 2015
Good looking, and well made... Great company to do business with. Turnaround time was fast
Posted by Kenneth M. on Mar 22nd 2015
I originally bought a Smith and Wesson Shield 9mm for the lighter-weight shirts that I wear in the summertime, and while it's not exactly impossible to conceal my current EDC G19 with those shirts, I like having options...plus, it's always fun to buy a new gun. :laugh:
I saw an ad for Blue Line Concealment while I was over on Sig Talk and I got to looking around their website. The owner is a competitive shooter, former military, and current LEO with over twenty-five years of carrying and shooting guns so I thought he should be fairly knowledgeable about what is needed in the way of a good holster.
I bought the "Inside the Waistband Holster with Belt Clip;" perhaps not the most inspiring of names, but it's a name as straightforward as the holster itself.
It's constructed of .60" Kydex (can be upgraded to thicker .93" for a few dollars more) and comes with either a straight draw or very slight cant. There's the options of either a 1 1/2" belt clip, or 1 3/4" (which is what I ordered) in right- or wrong-hand configuration. It's listed as being for appendix or small-of-back carry, but I see no reason why it won't carry just fine at the 3- or 4-o'clock position. It can also be had in different colors, for a slight upcharge.
I received the holster today, and initial impressions are really good. It's very well molded and it appears to have quality fasteners holding all the bits together. The edges are nice and clean, with no rough spots. There were only two things that're close to dings against it; one is that I'd prefer to have the magazine release button covered. It's a very low-profile button and probably won't be a problem, but if I'd noticed it before I ordered I'd have requested this "tweak."
The other is that there was Kydex dust all over the inside of it. Being that I've done a fair amount of fiddling with Kydex myself, it's perfectly understandable that it's there (static holds it in place incredibly well) and at this price point I don't feel slighted that it wasn't detail-cleaned before shipping. It was the work of maybe five minutes to take all the screws out of it and wash it in cool soapy water and dry it off. (The hardware is probably not stainless and I didn't want to risk rust.) I reassembled it with low-strength loc-tite on the clip screws for extra security.
So far I'm very happy with the product, although I'll have to start carrying it day-in and day-out to have a more-informed opinion, but so far I see nothing that would make me think there will be any problems with it. I'm thinking it may not be as comfortable as my Minotaur, but I knew that going in. I need something I can take easily on and off during the day, and this seems to fit the bill for that, while being less cumbersome to do than the Comp-Tac. Time will tell.
The price was very reasonable in my opinion, at $35.00 with $6.00 flat-rate shipping. A nice military & law enforcement discount is offered, as well.
Posted by Vincent B. on Mar 17th 2015
holster is perfect!! Great seller. Great Product
Posted by Rick N. on Mar 14th 2015
I was looking for a double magazine carrier I needed for a pistol class. I wanted one that would securely hold the mags. This one does that and it looks like it will last a long time. It meets all my expectations.
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