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    PHLster Enigma


    (The video proper starts a couple of minutes in, so you might want to skip until you see people.)

    This looks like it's going to address some of my issues with AIWB. And it looks like it might allow the local board short-wearing, I-can-only-wear-a-G43-in-my-pocket poster to actually wear one of his myriad G19s with his board shorts.

    We'll see. I'm definitely interested.

    Basically, this is a sort of belt and holster system that's modular and works with most any holster with a ModWing (or similar) and is worn under your normal clothing.
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    I'm more interested in it for my wife. Turns out women's pants don't always have belt loops, and those that do likely won't fit a 1.5" belt with a Cobra buckle. Who knew?!
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    And to the guys whining about spending more on training, and relying less on the hardware, you just sound like your [sic] trying to make yourself feel superior.

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    I like that you can use different holsters with it. That makes it a lot more useful for people who don’t have a G19.


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    Great innovation..

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    I have multiple friends trying it now, including a couple that were involved with the pre-release models.

    Initial reports are all good. I'm probably going to snag one as well, based on their reports. I think this rig with a Gadget-equipped Glock 48 running Shield mags, or a Beretta PX4 Compact, is a real sweet spot for a lot of people.

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    I'm out on it being non-WML.

    I'm hope it's in the works, but I'd love to use it with my PHLster Floodlight

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheTick View Post
    I'm out on it being non-WML.

    I'm hope it's in the works, but I'd love to use it with my PHLster Floodlight
    They’ve said a wml capable version is due out early next year.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheTick View Post
    I'm out on it being non-WML.

    I'm hope it's in the works, but I'd love to use it with my PHLster Floodlight
    I am NOT starting a urinary distance measuring contest. I'm just asking an honest question.

    How necessary is that for an armed civilian? If you are an LEO, I totally get it. Cops might have to search structures while carrying concealed. The odds of a civilian carrier are so small, I would much, much rather use the handheld light I am already carrying.

    If there is enough light for someone to identify me and decide to attack, I have enough light to discriminate a target and fire if needed.

    My home defense firearms all have lights. But my EDC Beretta 92X and S&W BUG do not. Again, not bickering or yelling, just wondering about use cases.

    Thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheTick View Post
    I'm out on it being non-WML.

    I'm hope it's in the works, but I'd love to use it with my PHLster Floodlight
    @thetick

    The have a light bearing option now. OOS at the moment, but they are making these

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    Doesn't look like they make left hand holsters.

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