Excerpted from the longer video “Concealment Principles”: https://youtu.be/m58IBC9SCGE I’ve broken this out into a short video for easy sharing.
Based on the lecture portion of the “Concealment TuneUp,” class, here’s a quick rundown on how holsters work to conceal a gun, the geometry and physics of concealment, how to identify concealment features which work, and how to troubleshoot your gear.
On September 28th, 2019, I gave a lecture at the Active Self Protection Conference in Kansas regarding principles of concealment, how a quality holster accomplishes effective concealment, how to tell if a holster will conceal well, and what you can do to improve the concealment of your holsters.
For years, serious shooters have been executing DIY modifications to their WML switches. Using JB Weld, putty, or epoxy, shooters have been improving their speed and consistency of WML activation by building up the small switch nubs on their lights. Drawing on those years of end-user experience, PHLster is excited to announce the launch of […]
Author: MattDate: June 8, 2019 Remember the old the days of building up the switch on your Surefire X-series weapon light with JB Weld to make it easier and more consistent to access? There is now a better way thanks to the PHLster and the new ARC Enhanced WML Switches. Click here to continue reading […]
Author: Breach-Bang-Clear StaffDate: June 14, 2019 PHLster was once known for a couple of very nice holster designs. Now it’s known for several nice holster designs and a number of different EDC doohickeys and upgrades as well! Click here to continue reading this article.
Author: Hrachya H If you have ever been looking for online instructions for making your own Kydex holsters, chances are high that you came across the YouTube videos published on the PHLster Holsters channel called Philly EDC. The main products of PHLster Holsters have been the holsters and pouches up until recently when they came up with the ARC enhanced switches for Surefire weapon lights. The […]
Author: SI Staff Date: December 7, 2018 Welcome to another episode of “I Carry,” Shooting Illustrated’s weekly video series covering the guns and gear needed to put together a potential everyday-carry kit. Today we have a Smith & Wesson Model 360PD .357 Magnum revolver in a PHLster City Special holster. We also have Altamont grips, […]
Author: Jacki Billings Date: November 27, 2018 Holster maker Phlster introduces a new holster, the Floodlight, created to offer gun owners a means to safely carry a light equipped handgun. The holster is crafted to accept almost any service-grade handgun with X3000 A or B weapon light, according to the company. The ambidextrous holster sports adjustable retention settings […]