The most common type of no-claw holster is one that has a single pin through the trigger guard and then slides off easily. Some models have no pins and attach to the belt with either hooks or loops attached to the back of the holster like what you see with the military-style holsters like Uncle Mike’s and Blackhawk. The most important thing about this type of holster is that it needs to be a custom fit. Manufacturers have measurements listed on the product, but those don’t always hold from one person to another or from one manufacturer to another so the consumer needs to do the research and go over all of their options before choosing a holster.
Holster Claw Vs No Claw
Specification Comparison and Reviews