Raven Concealment Morrigan Inside the Waistband Holster

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Raven Concealment Morrigan Inside the Waistband Holster
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Our price $49.99 through $59.99
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Made in USA
Color: Black
Material: Polymer
Style: Inside the Waistband
Hand: Ambidextrous

Product Overview

The Raven Concealment Morrigan is a revolutionary concealment holster designed specifically for inside-the-waistband carry. The Morrigan is best suited for people who carry their pistol on or behind the blade of the hip. Its versatile design allows the holster to also be worn forward of the blade of the hip. It has an extremely slim and compact profile. This works to prevent adding bulk to the dimensions of the firearm. A full-height body shield protects the weapon from sweat and protects user discomfort caused by the pistol. The body shield also fully protects the rear sight from snagging or cutting into cover garments while holstered. The exterior of the Morrigan is very smooth and contoured for all-day comfort. It has special features molded into the trigger guard and muzzle area to help pull the gun tight to the body. The holster’s retention is adjustable using the 360-degree Velcro wrap. This provides extremely accurate and repeatable retention adjustments without the use of tools.


  • Tourniquet style retention wrap
  • Ambidextrous design
  • IWB soft loop attachment
  • Ride-height and cant adjustable
  • Versatile design allows multiple carry options


Not compatible with Sig P365 with manual safety



Made In United States of America


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