It’s a quick action, but it requires a little technique.
The Singleton will help you get out of a tight spot without the steep learning curve. This compact, inside-the-waistband holster is easy to operate and works for right-handed and left-handed shooters. And it won’t budge once you secure its 1.5-inch Discreet Carry Concepts Monoblock clip in place.
With 20-degrees of cant adjustment, this holster lets you carry your firearm comfortably and adjust the ride height for a perfect fit. Plus, we cut it to work with slide-mounted optics and most center-to-center Wing mounts so it can fit your needs without any added difficulty.
- IWB carry
- Discreet Carry Concepts Monoblock clip (1.5 inches)
- Fixed retention
- Offers 20 degrees of cant adjustment
- Ride height adjustment
- Cut for slide mounted optics (Trijicon, Holosun, Sig, Leupold to name a few)
- Works with any Wing with a .6 inch center-to-center mounting pattern (Wing Not Included)
- Darkstar Gear Dark Wing
- Mod Wing
- Raven Concealment VG2
- DIY Holster Claw
*Does not include Dark Wing or Wedge Kit (Add On Items)
How to Use
The Singleton is built to keep your holster and your gun on your body safely and securely, even when fighting for your life. So it requires a little technique to put it on and take it off.
To apply the holster, tuck it behind your waistband where you want to carry your firearm, then reach under the two clips and pull out to slide over your belt or waistband. Once the clips are over the material or belt, push the whole system down until the ends (or hooks) of the clip click into place. This locks the holster into place, so it doesn’t slide out when you draw your firearm.
To remove the holster, you have to disengage the cloth-grabber hooks on the clips. Reach under the ends of the clip and pull out to clear the bottom of your belt or waistband. Once the cloth-grabber hooks are resting on top of the material of your belt, you can remove the holster in one swift motion.
And, as always, the best place to test retention is from inside the waistband since that’s what it’s built for.
Frequently Asked Questions
What kind of belt or material should I use with this holster?
Metal clips like the ones on the Singleton work best when using them with nylon belts or stiff leather belts. The cloth-grabber hooks can do damage if you aren’t familiar with using them. We recommend Mean Gene Leather, Boxer Tactical, Magpul Tejas and Blue Alpha Gear for quality belts.
How do I test or adjust the retention?
The main thing to note here is The Singleton’s retention works inside the waistband and is not adjustable. We designed it to retain the gun to protect you no matter what happens to you while you wear it. While it may feel like there’s too much or too little retention outside the waistband, once you add a gun and put it in place, it will work. We recommend testing retention from inside the waistband.
Is it supposed to be difficult to get on and off?
The Monoblock clip requires a bit of a technique change if you’re used to standard plastic clips. Once you get the hang of it, it will be quick to put on. Plus, the security benefits are worth the switch up.
Why do you use Discreet Carry Concepts Monoblock clips instead of the plastic FOMI clips?
FOMI style clips are plastic and not very secure or durable. Discreet Carry Concepts strives to increase the security of holsters on the market by offering the best holster clips on the market. Key features that set them apart are the materials they use (spring steel instead of flimsy plastic) and a unique overhook style clip that grabs your garment or belt effectively.
I’m still having some issues. Is there a way to get in touch with you?
Our team is here to help! Shoot us a message using our simple contact form, and we’ll be in touch to answer any questions you may have about the Singleton.