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    PHLster Floodlight Holster: IWB 3-4 o'clock?

    Wondering if anyone who has a PHLster Floodlight has carried or is carrying it in a on/behind the hip configuration and, if so, how it has worked for them.

    Thanks!
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    I have seen it done. User was happy with it. 3 o’clock position.
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    I have, it's not comfortable for very long, PHLster holsters are designed very speciffically for AIWB. I'm sure taking off the wing/claw would help.

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    I am no help, but i would head over the the Primary and Secondary facebook group. I believe the owner posts there and they have lots of people that use that holster. Sure they would be able to answer

    They also have pretty good CS, so if you emailed i am sure they would have some feedback and suggestions on how to make it work best

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    https://www.facebook.com/groups/1397...843/?ref=share
    Lots of good info in here as well, and I believe the owner is active there as well.

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    Got the holster. Pulled the little doodad attached to the outside of the "claw" (or Modwing as PHLster calls it). Initial impressions of holster and comfort are positive. Will update in a day or two after I've had a chance to put 10+ hours in with it on.
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    I tried it alittle with my Phlster spotlight, the teardrop on the back side was digging into my thigh too Mach to be comfortable to me. I just carry it appendix

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    So comfort is acceptable.

    Concealment is... well, it's good, except for the stupid freaking right side decocking lever on the 92G Elite LTT that rides in it.
    " Political tags such as [...], communist, democrat, [...], fascist, liberal, conservative, [...] are never basic criteria. The human race divides politically into those who want people to be controlled and those who have no such desire. The former are idealists acting from highest motives for the greatest good of the greatest number. The latter are surly curmudgeons, suspicious and lacking in altruism. But they are more comfortable neighbors than the other sort. "
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