Quick, Concealable, Secure, and Comfortable Glock 19 Holsters.
They keep your gun secure and hidden so you can live a normal life while being prepared for the worst.
What should your Concealed Carry Holster Do?
As Jeff Cooper says, “Remember the first rule of gunfighting… have a gun.” With the right Glock 19 holster, you can have your G19 when you need it.
Why You Should Buy A Harry’s Holsters Glock 19 Holster Instead Of The Competition
Harry’s Holsters are designed to make carrying your gun easier. Our country counts on you, the responsibly armed citizen, to make our communities safer.
A great concealed carry IWB Glock 19 holster is concealable, comfortable, secure, and easy to use.
You can purchase the holster in the link below or read below to see what makes The Glock 19 Infiltrators much better than the competition.
An Easy To Use Simple Holster
If your Glock 19 holster makes your G19 easy to carry then you’ll have it when you need it most. Most concealed carry holsters are are secure enough to carry concealed can be difficult to put on and take off.
Holsters can catch on your belt and sharp edges can poke into your body. This makes holsters uncomfortable and hard to get on and off.
The Infiltrator is very well-rounded. The rounded shape not only makes the Glock 19 holster comfortable to wear, but it’s really easy to get on and off since there is nothing to catch on your clothing.
Why Harry’s Holsters Are More Comfortable?
Tom Segura said, “You should make travel as comfortable as possible,” we believe concealed carry should always be as comfortable as possible as well.
Just like travel, if you don’t have the right gear, concealed carry won’t be comfortable. If it’s not comfortable then you probably won’t be wearing your gun when you need it the most.
What You Need For You Holster To Be Comfortable
Not all Glock 19 holsters are comfortable in fact most G19 IWB holsters are “uncomfortable.” They will be painful to wear.
A holster must have the right design features to be comfortable. Most holsters need these features. These features are very important if you want to carry a holster all day long without discomfort.
Why You Want An Adjustable Holster
Adjustment allows you to adjust the Glock 19 holster to fit your body and clothing requirements. We all have drastically different body types. Two people might look identical at first glance when you look closer, you’ll see one person’s hips sit higher or the other person has shorter legs.
It’s crazy to think a holster that doesn’t have an adjustment will work for more than the one person it’s designed for. If you gain or lose just 10 pounds your experience with a holster will change.
Making a simple adjustment to your Glock 19 holster can be the difference between extreme discomfort and forgetting you’ve got your gun on you.
The Infiltrator Glock 19 Holster has 3/4s of ride height adjustment and 30 degrees of cant adjustment. In plain English, that means you can move the holster up and down on your belt 3/4s of an inch and tilt it up to 30 degrees in either direction.
So the Infiltrator gives you is a lot of adjustment options.
When you’re carrying your Glock 19 IWB Holster Appendix ride height adjustment is really important for comfort as well as concealment. We’ll cover concealment a little later.
If the holster is jabbing into your inner thigh when you’re carrying your Glock 19, you have two options.
You can move the holster to the side or you can move it up. Both can solve the problem.
If you’re feeling pressure on your bladder, move the holster down to lower your Glock 19/holster’s center of gravity. This will reduce the amount of leverage the belt and gravity have on the holster.
Let’s say you’ve got a belly it’ll be more comfortable for the gun to sit below your belt or high enough that it pushes back into your stomach instead of your belly pushing down on the gun.
With the 3/4s of an inch of adjustment, you can move the holster to fit you.
If the holster feels close, but you think it could be more comfortable try adjusting the cant. When you’re carrying Appendix canting the gun just a couple of degrees forward or backward can make a huge difference.
Behind The Hip
Canting the Glock 19 IWB holster will help with comfort when wearing it but it helps a lot more with your draw stroke.
Wearing the holster right on the hip at the 3 o’clock position isn’t the most comfortable place to wear a holster. This is because the holster will sit right on your hipbone.
Move the holster back to 3:30 or 4:00 and it gets a lot more comfortable.
The further back you move the holster, the more you’ll need to cant the holster for your draw stroke to feel natural.
Most holsters have hard sharp edges like a rough cut 2×4 that dig into your body, causing you extreme discomfort.
Harry’s Holsters are well-rounded, so they fit with your body instead of jabbing into it.
A well-rounded, comfortable Glock 19 Holster lets you carry it all day in comfort.
Sweat Guard Design
Glock 19 sweat guards cause a lot of comfort issues.
They often have knife-like points that’ll poke into your stomach or love handles.
Harry’s Holsters goes a step further and rounds the top of the sweat guard back towards the gun, removing that sharp point. That makes it much more comfortable to wear.
Is The Holster Red Dot Compatible
Most holsters these days have red dot cuts. If you have a Glock 19 MOS most holsters will work it. That said these red dot cuts are poorly executed.
Most holsters manufacturers take a standard holster and cut out enough material so the red will fit.
This works, but it doesn’t work well.
It’ll make the sweat guard really thin and extremely uncomfortable.
The wider the sweat guard, the more comfortable the holster. Wider surfaces spread out pressure making things more comfortable.
What Makes A Holster More Concealable?
Your IWB Glock 19 Holster better conceal well!
A poorly designed Glock 19 holster won’t conceal well. You’ll be constantly worried about someone seeing that you’re attempting to conceal a gun.
When you get your Infiltrator holster, you’ll see how well a properly designed concealed carry holster works.
The Advantages of a Built-In Wing
Most holsters’ bolt-on wings will get caught on your belt or waistband, but they are effective at concealing a gun when you’re carrying Appendix.
Our built-in wing will conceal just as well for you as the bolt-on wings without snagging or discomfort.
Behind The Hip Carry
The Glock 19 is a wide gun by today’s standards. Concealing a gun behind the hip can be difficult unless you have wide shoulders with narrow hips and a V taper.
Until now, wings have been designed only for Appendix Carry.
Some people would use them behind the hip, but the wings would add lots of extra bulk that would cause discomfort.
When you cant a holster for carry behind the hip the belt won’t contact a Bolt on the wing unless it’s designed for it Often the wing will be sticking out above the beltline.
Most wings don’t engage correctly with the belt. If they don’t engage properly, then they don’t improve concealment.
The built-in wing on the Infiltrator gives you great engagement with the belt no matter how it’s carried.
Ride height is most important for concealment. The rule is the lower you wear the gun the more concealable it is.
The higher the gun sits, the quicker you can draw the gun. With the Infiltrator’s 3/4s of an inch of adjustable ride height, you choose the perfect compromise of comfort, speed, and concealment for your needs.
The cant of your Glock 19 holster affects concealment differently for Appendix carry vs behind the hip.
When carrying AIWB, most people don’t cant the G19 holster. A zero-degree straight cant normally work the best. Some people do benefit from a slight cant.
With the Infiltrator’s adjustable cant you cant figure out what works for you.
Canting the holster 0-7 degrees in either direction can improve concealment a lot. If you’re carrying your holster me towards the 12 o’clock then typically you’ll cant the gun forward as you would would when carrying behind the hip.
If you’re carrying it closer to your thigh, then canting the gun so the grip moves down towards your belt might be more comfortable.
Canting With Q Red Dot vs Iron Sights
Concealing a gun AIWB with a red dot is usually just as easy as concealing with Irons, especially with a Glock 19.
It get’s harder when you’re carrying with a red dot.
Carrying With A Red Dot Behind The Hip
The issue you’ll run into is the red dot needs to stay above your belt. When you cant your Glock 19 forward, it’ll improve concealment drastically.
The problem is when you have a red dot it’ll likely hit your belt before the cant on the holster maxes out.
Wit the Infiltrator you can still get 20 degrees or more cant before this happens.
Why You Need a Secure Holster
Your Glock 19 holster is holding the gun you might use to save your life or the lives of others. Unfortunately, we can’t choose where and how the fight happens.
If you could you’d avoid the fight altogether.
Criminals like taking the easy way, so they aren’t going to approach you in a way that gives you warning.
So if you have a criminal attack you and drag you to the ground you want to make sure your holster will still be there with your gun in the holster.
How it Attaches
The holster needs some sort of attachment to secure it to your body. This is normally some sort of a belt clip.
There are a ton of plastic belt clips on the market. They’re bulky and can easily break. When you’re fighting for your life if you lose your holster and your gun the result can be deadly.
There are also a lot of subpar metal clips that conceal well, but they aren’t secure.
For a metal clip to be secure, it needs a cloth grabbers. Cloth grabbers are sharp teeth that sit next to the holster and will dig into your clothing or under your belt to hold the clip in place.
The Infiltrator Glock 19 holster uses the Discreet Carry Concepts Monoblock that won’t fail you when you need it most.
Consistent Clip Engagement
Guns often have varying shapes and the clip’s cloth grabber won’t have a flat surface to sit next to.
The Infiltrator has a flat surface gets built into the holster so the clip always get’s good engagement.
Our Glock 19 Holster is so Secure with the Clip engagement you can use it with and without a belt.
The Glock 19 is a little heavy to carry without a belt, but you can do it with a tight, sturdy waistband.