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  1. #31
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    Mar 2012
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    Arizona
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    Do you Philster users not mind having only one soft loop? I have always preferred two loops to keep the holster from rocking around. I like my Seraphim with the two loops but I realize there could be newer and better designs out there.

  2. #32
    Join Date
    Aug 2005
    Location
    Texas
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    I don't carry a G17, but I'm 5'7" and carry a G19 with RMR AIWB. With open carry now legal in Texas I really
    don't care so much if it prints or not. But even when wearing a tighter polo shirt no one sees a thing. I think
    there is something taboo in our culture about focusing on a man's crotch area. With the belt buckle under my
    shirt there is nothing obvious to draw anyone's attention to that area. It's also very natural to have my hands
    in front of my body where it would block the gun from anyone's view.

  3. #33
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    Jan 2012
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    Tucson via Detroit
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    Yes. Eidolon, normal t shirt, proper gun belt


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  4. #34
    Join Date
    Sep 2009
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    Quote Originally Posted by babue View Post
    Do you Philster users not mind having only one soft loop? I have always preferred two loops to keep the holster from rocking around. I like my Seraphim with the two loops but I realize there could be newer and better designs out there.
    It really does not move due to the way it is designed. I loaned it to a buddy to run for day 2 and 3 of Red Dot Combat. He reported the same. No movement.

  5. #35
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    Jan 2016
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    Prescott
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    Has anyone mention that Tull dual wields 34s AIWB?

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  6. #36
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    Sep 2009
    Location
    Illinois
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    Based on what I'm reading here, I think I'm gonna order a PHLster classic to try out. Does anyone know if he'll make a custom one that rides a little lower than normal? For that matter, how is the standard ride height compared to say, a Fricke AA?
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  7. #37
    Join Date
    Nov 2009
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    209
    I carry a 17 in a Trex arms sidecar, took some getting used to but now everything else is uncomfortable. Im also a little more self conscious about it in NPE's as it does print more than either my Looper or JM custom aiwb holster, those wouldnt print in a spandex shirt.

  8. #38
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    May 2015
    Location
    Grand Prairie, TX
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    475
    Quote Originally Posted by MesserMan View Post
    Based on what I'm reading here, I think I'm gonna order a PHLster classic to try out. Does anyone know if he'll make a custom one that rides a little lower than normal? For that matter, how is the standard ride height compared to say, a Fricke AA?
    The tuck-strut that he has developed has multiple adjustment options within the strut and the loop itself.
    Chris

  9. #39
    Join Date
    Nov 2008
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    256
    I carry a Glock 21 SF with re-shaped grip etc.Need to find a mag carrier.

  10. #40
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    Aug 2014
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    I just modified an old Bladetech IWB to fit my Deltapoint G17. Works well and I've worn it 12 plus hours for a couple of days.
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