Choosing the right Glock 48 holster is key to your concealed carrier experience. The Glock 48 is a small and slim gun, but a comfortable holster makes carry a lot more rewarding. Our Singleton G48 Holster can be used for appendix carry, or for three-to-five o’clock carry and it’s an ambient design. So it works for the equivalent positions in the left-handed configuration as well.
One unique thing about our Glock 48 holster, the Singleton, is that the Singleton uses square nuts to install the clip. This means- that it’s much easier to install your clips than using the round hardware that most holster manufacturers use, since the square nut index is off the inside of the holster.
The holster itself also has a right-height adjustment, which is a nice feature. Choosing a Glock 48 holster with right-height adjustment, really helps you dial in your preferred level of concealment, while also getting as much speed as possible by getting the gun as high as possible.The higher your Glock 48 holster sits, the faster it’s going to draw the gun, but the lower it sits, more than likely it’ll be a little more concealable.
Glock 48 Appendix Carry Holster
I also run something called a “foam wedge” on the back of my personal appendix carry holsters and the reason is the wedge makes the holster a lot more comfortable, while also helping push the grip back in more toward your body, again, making the holster much more concealable.
G48 IWB Holster Strongside
All of the edges on our singleton holster are nice and well rounded. We have piping that sits around the bottom area below the trigger guard. So when that area is sitting up against your thigh, it doesn’t poke or prod you, like most other holsters that just have a thin .O8 piece of Kydex poking into your inner thigh. We bevel the area around the muzzle so that the holster doesn’t poke into you if you’re carrying at the-four o’clock. That way, the holster will just sit nice and softly, against your rear-end.