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HSP Unveils INCOG IWB Holster System by G-Code

The INCOG IWB Holster System is a joint development project combining the experience and expertise of two industry leaders with the goal of providing a premium quality, real-world IWB carry system.


Scott Evans, Director of Operations at G-Code Holsters, attended multiple Haley Strategic weapons manipulation and Disruptive Environments training events during 2012. Throughout these programs, a clear need emerged for a better solution to the IWB carry. After some exploration and discussion, a collaboration began between the two companies to develop a IWB system that solved specific problems with other offerings on the market today.

The INCOG is a minimum bulk, multi-positional, deep concealment holster. It’s distinctive features enable the concealed carry of a handgun from a variety of carry positions while maintaining the tactical availability of the weapon. Inherent in the system are adjustments in the depth of carry, angle of carry, the position of carry and security of carry. Adjustments are supported via the unique modular mounting points on the holster and the use of variable mounting components.

Combined they maximize function respective to the users: body type, deployment tactics and personal preferences. The holster is adaptive to varying operational environments and mission requirements.

Full Incog Kit

The patent pending “INCOG Mounting Clip” is is molded from high strength materials and incorporates a negative angle designed to force the holster closer to the body. This improves the conceal-ability of the holster without increasing bulk and supports a higher positional carry without compromise to the security of the system during use. This higher position facilitates faster weapon presentations from deep cover.

The mounting clips also have multiple mounting points further increasing the range of carry options and adjustments. The unique geometry of the mounting clips open and slide down over the belt and lock in place. The clip is actuated via a finger tab, and is flexed to open allowing quick installation or removal of the rig from the belt.

Incog Holster

The INCOG holster body is precision formed Kydex providing a secure “snap and pop” fit. In addition, a synthetic suede like material lovingly referred to as “Tactical FUZZ” is laminated to the outer shell of the holster. The FUZZ serves as a soft comfort zone between the holster and the body elevating wear-ability over extended periods. More importantly, this material forms a friction zone between the wearer’s garment and the holster. This aids in the positional security of the rig drastically reducing “holster shift” during movement.

The HSP team has extensively tested the INCOG IWB Holster System to meet their exacting operational and performance standards. Likewise; as with all G-Code products, the INCOG comes with a lifetime warranty factory.

Pricing for base system starts at $69.95 For more information: www.tacticalholsters.com/product/INC/INCOG

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10 Responses to “HSP Unveils INCOG IWB Holster System by G-Code”

  1. Paddy says:

    Hopefully they’ll make a model that can support the 1911. Nothing against the Glock or S&W, both are very reliable pistols, but for us that still prefer the 1911 frame, a holster with this capability would be a huge seller.

    • David says:

      It would not be hard for G-Code (The backoffice manufacturer for HSP in this case) to tool up to produce such a holster – they already have 1911 shells galore for other holster systems, so it probably wouldn’t take much to produce a Haleyized 1911 INCOG.

      However, there are a lot of sensible products they could offer that they do not (such as an OSH RTI G17/X300 combo holster…) for whatever reason. That said I still do appreciate the quality and simplicity of the RTI system and my G19 OSH holster.

    • Oliver says:

      It appears they do. Click the link, it’s there. I think I might buy one and try it out. I’ve been looking for a new IWB for my 1911. I’ve got a few of their holsters already and they’ve served me well in classes and IDPA matches.

  2. Chance says:

    I wish companies would make an attempt at an AIWB holster that would support a weapon-mounted light. I know that would be difficult, but it shouldn’t be impossible.

  3. BradKAK308 says:

    Incog? Neato.

  4. Aaron says:

    I would like one or two for a SIG P239 or maybe a SP2340.