Different versions do not fit the same! This guide will help you choose the correct size holster to fit your M&P Shield. Also covers the differences between the M&P 2.0, M&P Shield, Shield Plus, and Shield EZ.
Iron sights, red dots, lasers, and grip lasers. Here’s how to tell what kind of sight is on your gun, and how it could affect your holster fit.
Here’s what you need to know to use a tiny gun with the PHLster Enigma. Includes Sig P238, Ruger LCP and LCPII, Kimber Micro, S&W Bodyguard, and other similar size firearms.
If your holster retention feels too tight or loose, troubleshoot with these steps.
How to pick the right size Sport Belt for your PHLster Enigma. Should you size up or down? Should you use your waist or pants size? Learn how to choose the correct size on the first try.
PHLster November Special! Receive a personal e-giftcard between $5 – $50 based on your purchase amount through November 2023! All purchases will have an e-giftcard added to your purchase automatically that can be redeemed on any of your future purchases! Please see the full breakdown below on spending amounts for your e-giftcard value. Please note: […]
There are three key components to appendix carry concealment, and they all work together to produce the desired result: getting enough grip tuck, grip rotation and finding your concealment sweet spot. To get good concealment and reduce printing, it’s important to start with finding your concealment sweet spot. This article is part of our Basic […]
Bottom line up front: Our Floodlight holsters are the only holsters compatible with the Light Bearing Enigma Express. We know that this can be a bit confusing, because the Enigma OS models can be used with any compatible holster, but the Enigma Express models are designed around the specific holster they come with. For the Light […]
There are a few major differences between the Enigma OS – Light Bearing, and the new Enigma Express Light Bearing. Whether or not you decide to upgrade is a personal decision, and depends on your needs. Generally speaking, if you’re happy with your current setup, there’s no need to upgrade. If you’re looking to solve a specific comfort challenge, read on to see if the new updates will make a difference for you.
Learn how to wear, adjust, and fine-tune your Light Bearing Enigma Express.