Quick, Concealable, Secure, and Comfortable Smith and Wesson 442 Holsters
What should your Concealed Carry Holster Do?
As Jeff Cooper says “Remember the first rule of gunfighting… have a gun.” With the right SW 442 holster you can have the gun when you need it.
Comfortable to Sit
The Infiltrator doesn’t poke into your body with shape edges like most Smith and Wesson 442 holsters.
The holster is rounded, so it’s comfortable when you’re wearing it all day long.
Built In Concealment Wing
The built-in wing does a great job of keeping the gun close to your body and well concealed.
It’s also very smooth which makes the Smith and Wesson 442 holster easy to get on and off.
Smith and Wesson 442 holsters that are comfortable to wear all day long.
Don’t worry about printing.
Oftentimes, S&W 442 holsters print or show through your shirt. Rounded revolver grips help a little.
But we recommend avoiding printing altogether.
With our holsters, the grip is tucked close to your body keeping the gun concealed.
Holsters like our S&W 442 holster this stay where you put them.
There are many holsters that use cheap plastic clips or do not have secure engagement.
Our metal Discreet Carry Concepts clips work with and without belts.
With constant clip engagement, our Smith and Wesson 442 holsters are extremely secure.
No matter how experienced or new you are to guns, finding the right Smith and Wesson 442 holster holster can be challenging.
If you plan to carry your Smith & Wesson 442 inside the waistband, outside the waistband, or in a pocket, there are many factors to consider.
It is very important to find the right carry position.
Some carry positions may sound great in theory, but in practice they aren’t nearly as effective.
Since hammerless revolvers do not snag when drawn from pockets, pocket carry is very good for a revolver. However, pocket carry requires extreme situational awareness and having your hand on the gun at all times.
You won’t have time to get your hand into a pocket and use the gun properly otherwise.
When designed correctly, Smith and Wesson 442 holster IWB holsters are exceptionally comfortable to carry.
IWB Holster for S&W 442
The Smith and Wesson 442 IWB holster should have a couple of critical features.
You don’t want your S&W 442 holster to dig into your body while you carry it.
It is a real concern when it comes to an IWB revolver holster.
If you take the revolver’s natural shape, you’ll have a very sharp edge on the front of the cylinder.
We de-featured our 442 Smith and Wesson holsters so that the front edge becomes smooth and rounded.
Carrying the holster is exceptionally comfortable thanks to its smooth curve.
A clip is also included with our SW 442 IWB holster.