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2 O'clock IWB Right Hand Holster | Appendix Holster | Comp-Tac

We produce products for the most popular make and model pistols, S&W, Glock, Springfield, H&K, Sig Sauer and many more.  Please select your pistol from the Make and Model drop down!

This holster is for Right Handed shooters.

The Comp-Tac Two O’clock holster is an all-Kydex inside the waistband holster designed for concealed carry. Made to be worn at 2:00 on a right handed shooter this holster allows quick and easy access to your concealed carry firearm, as well as the ability to tuck your shirt in!

The all-Kydex body on the Two O’clock provides a rigid material that is custom fit to each firearm and maintains its shape even with the pistol un-holstered. The smooth low friction surface allows for a fast draw and easy one-handed re-holstering of the firearm. The all-Kydex body will not bend or stretch over time and is impervious to sweat and solvents.

The Two O’Clock Clip is a “C” shaped clip that grips the belt at the top and the bottom. The belt must be fed through the clip while putting it on. These clips have less visible surface area showing making them perfect for concealment.  The Two O’Clock Clip works with all types of belts, and is also ideal for nylon belts or very thin belts.  

In addition the clip has five holes for personal adjustment.  This allows for adjustable ride depth. Designed for use with a 1.5" belt width. 

Comp-Tac‘s Two O’Clock Clip is made of a durable yet flexible Nylon.  The Nylon is gentle on your belt, clothing and car seats yet strong enough to withstand over 10,000,000 flexes without failure.

The “Slide” version allows the user to use one holster for similar guns of different lengths (such as Glock 9mm, .40, and .357). The Slide is typically slightly longer than the shortest gun of the series, and left open so that longer guns can ‘slide’ through the end of the holster.

Slide versions of outside the waistband holsters are recommended for range work only. While carrying a longer firearm in a slide holster the end is left exposed and the user must be careful not to bump the exposed muzzle up against anything that might dislodge the firearm, i.e. sitting down in an arm chair.

Not all Models will have the de-bossing (make and model) listed on the outside of the holster.  We are working to update all of our models to have this, it is an ongoing process.

If you are looking for a Two O’Clock Holster for a Left Handed shooter please click Here.

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  • 4
    So far I'm loving it!

    Posted by Guest Customer on Oct 29th 2017

    The Comp-Tac quality you've come to expect with a surprise adjustable clip! The retention is great and the draw is smooth.

  • 3
    PERFECT fit for a P320C but...

    Posted by Ashannafi Rowe on Mar 31st 2017

    1) Sits way too high, even when adjusted to the lowest setting.2) I think the belt clip should have been wider. The fit to the gun is PERFECT!If Comp-Tac has an even lower belt-clip attachment i would keep this holster

  • 5
    I like it.

    Posted by Matt Grey on Feb 11th 2017

    I've been carrying my Glock 26 using this holster for about a week now and I like it. I typically carry strong side in an M-tac but using this for AIWB carry is also working well for me. I actually like how high the gun sits off the belt, other AIWB holster sit too low for me and therefore tend to jab me in the leg. That isn't the case with the Two O'clock. The clip also works well with my High Speed Gear velcro lined belt and is very secure. I also don't mind that it has some cant to it vs. the neutral cant of most other AIWB holsters. So all said, it may not work for everyone, but I like it.

  • 4
    Gets the job done

    Posted by James Vise on Feb 2nd 2017

    I liked that that the clip is off to the side in a recessed portion of the holster face. I replaced the clip with an Ulticlip and it rides flush now and is lower profile. I just hook it on Jeans and put a belt on over the clip or hook it to a belt in regular fashion if wearing thinner pants or shorts. I think I'm getting another one for my bigger glock and rig it in the same manner. So I guess what I'm saying is except for the clip it's a great hoster.

  • 3
    Great Holster Body, with Very Poor Mounting System

    Posted by Guest Customer on Aug 15th 2016

    I bought one of these for a PM9, RH AIWB carry. The holster body molding is great, however, the reverse-cant C clip belt mount is just flat out dumb on a RH AIWB holster. Unfortunately, the mount spacing for the C clip and the P clip that I replaced the C clip with are different, which required significant modification of the P clip & custom-sized spacers to make this thing work. Fortunately, Comp-Tac is a good maker to work with. Why they don't offer this holster as a straight-drop with a P clip mount is simply beyond me. If you want to make this thing work for RH AIWB carry then expect to do some custom work to make it happen...

  • 5
    Glock 26

    Posted by Steven Pollack on May 29th 2016

    This is a nice fitting holster and the gun pulls out easily on the draw, but still retains the gun if held upside down (not a likely scenario in real life). It has a reverse cant for the two o'clock position so that it does not poke into your leg when sitting down, making it very comfortable.

  • 3
    Comp tac 2'o clock

    Posted by Samuel Gathers on Mar 5th 2016

    I like the Comp-Tac 2'o clock but the clips suck .. I've replaced them twice... it's a shame because it's one of the most comfortable appendix holster for the money i have. Does anyone know of any other clips that might work?

  • 3
    Good, but missing some options

    Posted by Brandon Collins on Oct 18th 2015

    Like all comp-tac molded kydex holsters, the fit and finish of the holster itself is really top shelf. The draw is smooth, the retention can be as light or as tight as you want by adjusting the tension screws, and the design has kept this holster as slim as it can get by mounting the belt clip off to the side, instead of directly across the middle on top of the slide.The downside to this holster, is simply the belt clip. It sounds like a small simple issue, but it really ruins the holster.1) the cant on the clip is angled so that the holster sits in a negative cant position. While this is nice for the actual angle of your palm, it makes the butt of grip angle down towards the belt, making the draw more difficult. I am faster in the draw between .2 and .3 seconds with a flat appendix holster than I am with this canted one.2) The C type clip makes you remove half your belt every time you want to take the holster in or out of your pants. A standard over-the-top type clip would be FAR better.

  • 4

    Posted by Guest Customer on Jul 27th 2015

    I bought one of these used like new from a local and it works great. Construction is top notch and the finish is spot on. My only complaint is they don't make one for my Walther PPQ M2 5 9mm. I could modify one but I don't really want an open bottom for the barrel to extend out. Would also like to see additional colors and clip options along with some soft against the skin barrier. Price is a bit steep new.