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Link Posted: 6/7/2013 3:45:27 PM EDT
Got mine today (Glock 19/23/32/26/27/33). At first I didn't think I was going to like it. After wearing it around and taking a quick trip to the store, this is probably going to be my main IWB for the 26. I'll see how it carries the 19 later.
Link Posted: 6/19/2013 7:12:09 AM EDT
I just got mine for the Glock 19/26. I wore it around the house for a few hours and it was pretty comfortable. Since I live in the socialist capital of the world (Illinois) and CCW is a distant dream, I will be trying this out in a few weeks when I can carry on my trip outside my state. I like it so far.
Link Posted: 6/19/2013 7:23:59 AM EDT
I'm about 6 weeks into the stated 7 weeks of lead time on mine... can't wait to try mine out.
Link Posted: 6/19/2013 8:22:10 AM EDT
Has anyone else tried one clip with the mag caddy? I have been trying this out lately and I feel like it helps me conceal it a little better with a M&P 9c.
Link Posted: 6/19/2013 12:08:39 PM EDT
I am looking for a IWB holster for a XDs but I dont know what the half shirt or full shirt option is for. I am left handed also if it matters. also, is the mag caddy useable on its own I havent seen any pics.
Link Posted: 6/19/2013 3:13:01 PM EDT
Originally Posted By bmosing:
Looking at the pictures, I see some of the eyelets are split. I can't believe they would sell them like that much less use it for the product pictures. I've been making my own kydex holsters and would never leave them likenthat. That is just plain lazy if you ask me
http://www.tacticalholsters.com/mm5/graphics/00000001/08_Vanity.jpg


you are right
Link Posted: 6/22/2013 4:28:12 PM EDT
For those carrying a G-26 AIWB, do you normally buy a larger holster for say a G-19 or a G-34? I've heard of people recommending that so it doesn't tip out but I was wondering what people's experiences were with this holster and the G-26.
Link Posted: 6/23/2013 7:52:36 AM EDT
Originally Posted By Xyas:
For those carrying a G-26 AIWB, do you normally buy a larger holster for say a G-19 or a G-34? I've heard of people recommending that so it doesn't tip out but I was wondering what people's experiences were with this holster and the G-26.


I don't know about the "tipping out" a good holster should not let your firearm tip out regardless of the barrel length. A longer holster does tend to give more surface area against your body which can be a bit more comfortable and sturdy. This of course is variable dependent on where you are carrying it and how it is attached to your belt.

Link Posted: 6/23/2013 3:45:31 PM EDT
Does the mag caddy come off and the holster can be used by itself and the caddy be added when you want it?
Link Posted: 6/23/2013 6:47:50 PM EDT
Originally Posted By Tango_6:
Does the mag caddy come off and the holster can be used by itself and the caddy be added when you want it?


From previous posting # 39 (or 40?) in this thread:

Originally Posted By FETT85:
Originally Posted By MP0117:
Originally Posted By pyro0:
can you guys answer some questions about the incog for me?

-they say its cantable, but how do you do that? do you just use 1 screw instead of 2 for the belt clip?
-if you get the mag caddy and don't want it attached to the holster, can you use it in a different position?
-is it uncomfortable if you bend down to pick something up or are in a sitting position for a long time in the appendix carry?
-what does that "fuzz" feel like? like suede leather? im guessing it absorbs moisture?

thank you


I'd like to hear these questions answered as well.



1) yes you can. On the right side clip (looking down into the holster view) there are actually two columns of screw holes allowing you to cross them and put it at an angle. You kinda have to see it. Or you can just screw in one hole and rotate it then tighten.

2) Yes. You will lose a clip on the main holster. If you want to you can order more clips, screws and such from the website.

3)For me no, but if you have a large spare tire or gut i can imagine it will be. I can easily bend over and pick something up and sit/draw from sitting. If you are using a larger gun sitting becomes a little more difficult. With a M&P compact its fine, the fullsize is a little less comfortable

4) I dont think it is. It feels like it is but I would assume its some sort of synthetic and idk how you would clean it.

I ordered the M&P compact model and also use it with my fullsize. Very nice to be able to do this.
Let me know if I can answer more. I am very happy with it


Link Posted: 6/28/2013 4:08:19 AM EDT
About the cant adjustment for 4o'clock wear - I'm still confused as to how the clip on the slide-side of the holster clears the body of the holster. Is there a second column of holes that allows you to kick the non-looped side of the clip away from the holster? If anyone's got an explanation or images of the holster illustrating this, they would be much appreciated.
Link Posted: 7/9/2013 6:00:25 PM EDT
Will give a AAR will be wearing mine on a little vacation. Update to follow.
Link Posted: 7/9/2013 9:03:48 PM EDT
I'm not mpressed with the INCOG as an AIWB holster - it does nothing to tuck the gun in toward the body like many of the better AIWB rigs on the market. It seems to work ok as a 3:00-4:00 holster, but is nothing special
Link Posted: 7/11/2013 2:41:52 PM EDT
Mine for a Springfield XDs arrived in the mail today. 5 weeks, 3 days (in the mail) from day of order. Well within the 4-6 week quoted delivery time.











I also ordered the extended 5 hole clip for a deeper conceal. FYI... I misunderstood the ordering. Apparently, it's 1 per $10.50. I thought it would be 2. I'll order another for a matching pair. I sure hope it's not a 5 week wait for the clips too!
Link Posted: 7/12/2013 10:09:58 AM EDT
Thanks for the pics. Mine should arrive Monday. Those clips look heavy duty. Do they keep it in tight, or are they unwieldy?
Link Posted: 7/12/2013 8:51:23 PM EDT
They are slightly stiff, but still have plenty of give to them for manipulation. The plastic is soft enough to ply them onto/off of fairly thick belt + pants combination without worrying about over-stretching. I thought they would perform a little differently, given their angled feature. It's not quite as pronounced of an effect of pushing back into the body as I expected (that I notice). I'm sure pants material/belt stiffness has a part to play in this as well. ( as well as body contour, etc..) In fact, they seem to be pushing my pants line outward, more than pulling things back into my body contour. (Lucky Jeans + 1.5" Instructor's scuba web- 5 stitch belt)

I carry @ 1 o'clock'ish. 2 clips at the same time is a no-go for me in this spot. The spacing between zipper/button and belt loop is not working out for 2 clips on my waist size. (32-34) I've moved down to 1 clip on the main mounting "plate", and now I'm adjusting depth/cant. This seems to be working for my appendix carry style/comfort. Still tweaking....

I'm currently toying with the idea of swapping out the G-Code clip with another mfg's solution that has no angle.

No two people are alike in build/contour, so I can't expect it to "fit-like-a-glove" out of the (non-Styrofoam/peanut packed) box.

Link Posted: 7/15/2013 10:18:36 AM EDT
Originally Posted By 00Ghost00:
Mine for a Springfield XDs arrived in the mail today. 5 weeks, 3 days (in the mail) from day of order. Well within the 4-6 week quoted delivery time.

http://i45.photobucket.com/albums/f98/spdr8cer/e241251e-68fe-4a74-85ed-0c35555c0b4a_zps203bc302.jpg

http://i45.photobucket.com/albums/f98/spdr8cer/d83da3b8-b5b0-4a4f-aee4-aa06df9dd2f0_zpsc63fd551.jpg

http://i45.photobucket.com/albums/f98/spdr8cer/6e663daf-06cf-422a-a34e-17bcec3cd16b_zps64f80451.jpg

http://i45.photobucket.com/albums/f98/spdr8cer/c5a59695-7155-4d5a-99fc-755585e4a254_zps7a1d740e.jpg

http://i45.photobucket.com/albums/f98/spdr8cer/02aba325-b1c4-49d6-870e-5bb8019c6ebd_zpsc9f0b13b.jpg

I also ordered the extended 5 hole clip for a deeper conceal. FYI... I misunderstood the ordering. Apparently, it's 1 per $10.50. I thought it would be 2. I'll order another for a matching pair. I sure hope it's not a 5 week wait for the clips too!


Great pics! How do you like it so far?

Just ordered mine. Got a 4-6 week delivery time, but since they'd ship to a APO it would be more like 8 weeks.
Link Posted: 7/16/2013 6:10:37 PM EDT
I am going on week 4, hoping it will be next week.
Link Posted: 7/16/2013 8:06:25 PM EDT
Originally Posted By glock1911:

Great pics! How do you like it so far?

Just ordered mine. Got a 4-6 week delivery time, but since they'd ship to a APO it would be more like 8 weeks.


Thanks!

So far, better than my expectations. I thought I would need the 5 hole clip, as I tend to carry fairly deep, but the 4 hole is working quite nicely. The only thing I need to work on is getting the cant adjusted a little better. The bottom corners of the mounting plate and opposite mag caddy/2nd clip mount are slightly rubbing on my inside thigh/leg. I may need to permanently modify said corners for a more custom fit/feel.
Link Posted: 7/18/2013 10:22:14 AM EDT
Sorry I cant get pics up right now but here is a brief AAR of using the holster. Took the holster with me to vacation and wore it where I could when I could. First I adjusted the holster depth and cant as best I could to be comfortable for me. I used the Amish carry belt from Hanks and wore a pant size larger than normal wear. The holster was worn around the 3-4 position, at least thats what I tried. The gun used was a Glock 26. The holster started out being pretty comfortable but after a hour or so it really started digging into my side. Not a big deal went into a bathroom stall and adjusted it. I found the holster for me to not be very comfortable for the 3-4 o clock position. Now for a day I carried the holster in the AIWB position. This was more comfortable for me, except for kneeling and sitting down where the holster dug into my gut and leg.
So with my limited experience in CCW use I like the holster for AIWB, but not for regular IWB. Everyone is different in body style and for me the INCOG is not as comfortable for the style of carry I feel comfortable with. The holster is well made and the felt material is great against your undershirt or even your skin and the gun felt very secure and stable in the holster, but I feel for me the supertuck style holsters seem to fit me better. Hope this helps out, might be listing this on the EE.
Link Posted: 7/18/2013 2:20:04 PM EDT
[Last Edit: 7/18/2013 2:24:57 PM EDT by Xyas]
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Originally Posted By firemed13:
Sorry I cant get pics up right now but here is a brief AAR of using the holster. Took the holster with me to vacation and wore it where I could when I could. First I adjusted the holster depth and cant as best I could to be comfortable for me. I used the Amish carry belt from Hanks and wore a pant size larger than normal wear. The holster was worn around the 3-4 position, at least thats what I tried. The gun used was a Glock 26. The holster started out being pretty comfortable but after a hour or so it really started digging into my side. Not a big deal went into a bathroom stall and adjusted it. I found the holster for me to not be very comfortable for the 3-4 o clock position. Now for a day I carried the holster in the AIWB position. This was more comfortable for me, except for kneeling and sitting down where the holster dug into my gut and leg.
So with my limited experience in CCW use I like the holster for AIWB, but not for regular IWB. Everyone is different in body style and for me the INCOG is not as comfortable for the style of carry I feel comfortable with. The holster is well made and the felt material is great against your undershirt or even your skin and the gun felt very secure and stable in the holster, but I feel for me the supertuck style holsters seem to fit me better. Hope this helps out, might be listing this on the EE.
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Going to sell yours, if so PM me.
Link Posted: 7/21/2013 7:00:24 PM EDT
Is the HSP INCOG holster a tuckable holster?
Link Posted: 7/21/2013 7:22:18 PM EDT
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Originally Posted By unseenSNIPER:
Is the HSP INCOG holster a tuckable holster?
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Yes.
Link Posted: 7/27/2013 10:17:48 AM EDT
Man, I really want this thing to work out. Maybe its my body shape, but this holster does not conceal well for me at 4:00, or at appendix. Some people on youtube are running it with only one clip, completely removing the other. Im having a very difficult time finding the sweet spot....anyone else?
Link Posted: 7/27/2013 7:50:43 PM EDT
Yeppers.

Sad to say, same boat. I just couldn't make it "feel" right for my configuration. While I've never been able to comfortably carry from 3-5 o'clock with any holster, appendix with one just isn't working out either.

I was running it with 1 clip on the main mount, but the offset combined with other factors in the jeans I wear (right hand belt loop mainly), put me in a position where I was constantly adjusting/fidgeting with placement.

I'm already sailing on another ship, and this one is in dry dock awaiting sale.

Link Posted: 7/27/2013 7:58:36 PM EDT
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Originally Posted By Filthy-9er:
Man, I really want this thing to work out. Maybe its my body shape, but this holster does not conceal well for me at 4:00, or at appendix. Some people on youtube are running it with only one clip, completely removing the other. Im having a very difficult time finding the sweet spot....anyone else?
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2:30-2:45. I hate appendix carry and 4:00 is uncomfortable. 3:00 works ok, but especially with the Incog I've found that just slightly forward of 3:00 works best.
Link Posted: 7/27/2013 8:57:44 PM EDT
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Originally Posted By 00Ghost00:
Yeppers.

Sad to say, same boat. I just couldn't make it "feel" right for my configuration. While I've never been able to comfortably carry from 3-5 o'clock with any holster, appendix with one just isn't working out either.

I was running it with 1 clip on the main mount, but the offset combined with other factors in the jeans I wear (right hand belt loop mainly), put me in a position where I was constantly adjusting/fidgeting with placement.

I'm already sailing on another ship, and this one is in dry dock awaiting sale.

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Link Posted: 7/27/2013 8:59:13 PM EDT
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2:30-2:45. I hate appendix carry and 4:00 is uncomfortable. 3:00 works ok, but especially with the Incog I've found that just slightly forward of 3:00 works best.
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Originally Posted By JoshAston:
Originally Posted By Filthy-9er:
Man, I really want this thing to work out. Maybe its my body shape, but this holster does not conceal well for me at 4:00, or at appendix. Some people on youtube are running it with only one clip, completely removing the other. Im having a very difficult time finding the sweet spot....anyone else?


2:30-2:45. I hate appendix carry and 4:00 is uncomfortable. 3:00 works ok, but especially with the Incog I've found that just slightly forward of 3:00 works best.


What are you carrying? If I try your position, I get bad printing with the grip on my m&p compact...?
Link Posted: 7/27/2013 10:15:51 PM EDT
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What are you carrying? If I try your position, I get bad printing with the grip on my m&p compact...?
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Originally Posted By JoshAston:
Originally Posted By Filthy-9er:
Man, I really want this thing to work out. Maybe its my body shape, but this holster does not conceal well for me at 4:00, or at appendix. Some people on youtube are running it with only one clip, completely removing the other. Im having a very difficult time finding the sweet spot....anyone else?


2:30-2:45. I hate appendix carry and 4:00 is uncomfortable. 3:00 works ok, but especially with the Incog I've found that just slightly forward of 3:00 works best.


What are you carrying? If I try your position, I get bad printing with the grip on my m&p compact...?


Glock 19. It prints a bit under a t-shirt, but not enough for anyone to tell it's a gun. Under anything heavier it disappears.
Link Posted: 7/28/2013 8:37:39 PM EDT
Thanks. I'll keep trying
Link Posted: 8/1/2013 4:20:43 PM EDT
Just checked on the status of my order since today was 6 weeks. They told me they are currently running 7 weeks, but they are working on lowering the wait times.
Link Posted: 8/4/2013 4:12:35 PM EDT
I can't believe it takes 7 weeks to make an Incog!!!
Link Posted: 8/4/2013 6:30:18 PM EDT
Ordered mine 5 weeks ago, just got the notice it should be shipping soon.
Link Posted: 8/4/2013 6:42:54 PM EDT
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Originally Posted By baergunner:
I can't believe it takes 7 weeks to make an Incog!!!
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Then make one yourself.

It takes 7 weeks to make the Incogs (and other GCode gear) that people before you ordered. Why can't people understand this.
Link Posted: 8/27/2013 6:49:56 AM EDT
[Last Edit: 8/27/2013 6:51:37 AM EDT by M4]
Just got mine yesterday.

G19/26 model

Excellent appendix carry holster....not sure it's preferable to other holsters for other positions of carry, as the mold is pretty flat as opposed to slightly curved for 2,3,4 o'clock carry.

That being said, in true appendix mode, I love it, the gun disappears. My biggest gripe with holsters has been addressed, in that the grip is always what prints, but with the G-Code at appendix, there is no printing, or virtually none. It's vastly better than other appendix rigs I've used.....so unlike 90% of all holsters I've ever bought, this ones a keeper.

Some concerns stated at having a pistol, essentially, pointed at your junk. It doesn't bother me, as there's zero possibility of getting your finger on the trigger as you draw. Re-holstering, like every other aspect of shooting requires proper discipline....nothing terribly tricky if you handle guns a lot and keep safety as a priority.

Very happy customer here.....certainly would recommend.
Link Posted: 9/4/2013 7:29:46 PM EDT
Just ordered my 2nd Incog. !st was for my XDS .45 and this one is for my M&P9c. Really looking forward to it and totally worth the wait. Thanks G-Code.
Link Posted: 10/5/2013 6:41:40 PM EDT
ive got one for sale, its for a glock 23/27/19/26. pm if interested, sold the gun and didnt get enough to sell the holster with it.
Link Posted: 10/7/2013 12:33:45 PM EDT
I just got my INCOG w/ Mag Caddy for my G23. The only thing that I recommend would be to definitely order with the 4 hole straps vs. the 3 hole that G-Code recommends. I just ordered the 5 hole straps and I am gonna have to wait another 2 weeks before they even ship out.


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