V3 Stingray Mossberg MC1sc Kydex Holster
While you might be able to find Mossberg MC1sc Kydex holsters elsewhere, you won’t find one quite like the Stingray from Clinger Holsters. Your MC1sc deserves a holster that’s comfortable, highly concealable, and versatile. Clinger checks all three boxes.
Our Mossberg MC1sc Kydex holsters have an incredibly small footprint. We peel off as much material as we can. This leaves you with the perfect inside the waistband holster. After all, bulky holsters can’t possibly be as comfortable as our small Stingray holster.
Plus, the small footprint of our Mossberg MC1sc Kydex holsters make concealment easy as pie. We all know that smaller pistols like this Mossberg are easier to conceal than larger pistols. That logic continues on to the concealed carry gear that you use in conjunction with your pistol. Bulky Mossberg MC1sc holsters can’t possibly conceal as well as the small Stingray holster.
We custom mold every Kydex shell to perfectly match the contours of your pistol. You will not find another holster to fit your pistol better.
Your holster will click into place with an adjustable retention. To adjust the amount of retention in the Stingray holster, simply tighten or loosen the retention screws. It’s quick and easy.
Just wearing the Stingray is quick and easy. It’s easy to put on and take off. It’s single belt clip makes it extremely convenient to mount on your belt. The belt clip is wide enough to ensure your pistol is held in place securely all day long too.
The Stingray has a full sweat shield to protect your handgun from corrosive sweat while simultaneously protecting your skin from the sharp corners of the pistol.
Because the Stingray is ambidextrous, there is a sweat shield on both sides. You can easily swap the holster from a right hand orientation to a left hand orientation by moving the belt clip from one side to the other.
Clinger Holsters has designed a ton of features into this rig. For instance, the Stingray also has an adjustable cant. You can adjust it to a zero degree cant or a forward cant. The forward cant is more common and is used for behind the hip carry. The forward cant helps conceal your pistol better.
When carrying a pistol in the appendix (or up front) position, you’ll want to use the zero degree setting. That gives your handgun a straight drop.
The Stingray also has a large sight channel to accommodate after market sights. Plus it covers the mag release to protect your from accidental mag drops.
This is the best Mossberg MC1sc Kydex holster on the market. We know you’ll love it.