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    Default Re: Starting philly custom kydex

    The holster features are:
    FullyAmbidextrous,
    Phlster tuck strut,
    adjustable cant,
    adjustable ride height,
    full grip when drawing,
    Pistol can be press checked,
    Can be made to accommodate optics,
    Theyíre opene ended so theyíll work with comps or threaded barrels
    Positive Click retention
    easy reholstering,
    adjustable loops for belt width.

    $55 for the standard model in black while Iím gettig started. Thanks!
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    Default Re: Starting philly custom kydex

    That looks like a very well done holster.
    I need a couple 1911 appendix and vest carry rigs and knife sheaths.
    Are you doing any custom orders?
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    Default Re: Starting philly custom kydex

    Best of luck!!
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    Default Re: Starting philly custom kydex

    Are there going to be any POOFA custom emblems?
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    Default Re: Starting philly custom kydex

    I do have a 1911 mold, I’m hoping to get a few whipped up this week. I failed my first attempt because I cut the safety too short and I was afraid of it being manipulated by accident when carried.
    I have a kabar tdi and Crkt that I haven’t tried yet but I’m planning to eventually get those up. The problem is they use so much hardware and work the end result is a sheath more expensive than the knife but the kabar is useless with the supplied holster.
    I’m hoping to take orders on the molds I currently have and then move into custom pressing customers guns somewhere down the line.
    I’m going wait for two orders of the same pistol to order the molds. I will have magazine carriers to match soon as well
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    Default Re: Starting philly custom kydex

    Current list of molds:


    Sig 220, 226, p320
    Smith shield, j frame
    Glock 21

    Vacuum molds:
    Sig legacy
    Glock 43, 48
    Smith j frame
    Sig p320
    1911 with and without rail
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    Default Re: Starting philly custom kydex

    Quote Originally Posted by Walleye Hunter View Post
    Are there going to be any POOFA custom emblems?
    I haven’t looked into the price of custom prints but I’m absolutely not opposed to it
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    Default Re: Starting philly custom kydex

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    Default Re: Starting philly custom kydex

    I think I know, but are holsters for the Glock 43 and 43X the same? Also, are you planning to do a full line of lefty rigs? I saw "ambi", but will that be for all models? Us lefties really suffer in the holster market.

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    Default Re: Starting philly custom kydex

    Quote Originally Posted by jonnyc View Post
    I think I know, but are holsters for the Glock 43 and 43X the same? Also, are you planning to do a full line of lefty rigs? I saw "ambi", but will that be for all models? Us lefties really suffer in the holster market.

    I do have a Glock 43 mold and 48 mold but I don’t see a difference other than barrel length. The holsters are completely lefty friendly including the Phlster tuckstrut which can be flipped upside down. I will try to take pictures tomorrow with them in left and right handed. The only time left handed will come into play will be if there’s a wedge or sweatguard involved.
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