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Compact Discreet Carry – New Pocket Pistol Models

Fort Worth, TX, – In a move to provide more options for concealed carry, Defense Solutions Group, Inc. has added three new models to the Compact Discreet Carry IWB Holster line-up: the Ruger LCP, Smith & Wesson M&P Shield and the M&P Bodyguard.

The DSG CDC Holsters, priced at $49 retail, are currently available for order in the new models as well as Glock 17, 19, 26, 42, 43, and Sig P229.

Feedback on the DSG CDC Holster has been strongly positive, with one reviewer stating “I had been using the DSG Alpha with J hooks for IWB carry.  That was a good solution – no issues – however, the CDC is even better, much better.  Carrying G26 (standard mag) I hardly notice it’s there — to the point where sometimes I reach back to make sure it’s still there.”

The CDC (Compact Discreet Carry) Holster was designed for low-profile all-day wear, with an adjustable cant for both appendix or behind the hip belt placement. The rubber-mounted belt clips are designed to easily slide onto standard size 1.5” or 1.75” belts, locking securely in place. The CDC Holster comes with an engineered sight channel for night sights, as well as adjustable weapon retention.


– Adjustable cant: upright/vertical for appendix OR forward for behind the hip
– Smooth kydex texture for comfortable carry
– Rubber mounted belt clip for easy on-and-off the belt
– Belt clip designed for secure retention through daily activities
– Adjustable weapon retention
– Engineered sight channel for night sights 
– Smooth draw

Models for the Sig Sauer P320C/P320 subcompact, and left-hand models for the Glock 17, 19, 26, 42, and Glock 43 are in the production plans for Spring 2016.



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