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Our standard outside the waistband holsters feature a 90/10 split with a body like curve to maximize comfort and concealability without limiting function. Ride height and cant adjustment can be changed by moving the belt attachments up and down the available eyelets on either side of the holster. We recommend adding a drop of light to medium thread locker to the screws after you find your preferred position.
*PL-MINI 2 -- Holsters made compatible with the Olight PL-MINI 2 will be made (when possible) with the mount and light body flush with the muzzle end of the pistol's frame. This will allow the user to adjust the light to their liking. The channel created behind the light at this position will accommodate light being slid back towards the trigger guard at any closer position, as long as the light's mount is in the flush-to-frame position. On pistols with only one rail slot (Glocks), the light's mount will be on that slot, with the light body flush to it's frame. Sub-compacts will have the light and mount as close as possible to the trigger guard and frame. This standardized setup will more than accommodate Olight's suggested light mounting in their user manual. If you have questions regarding this light positioning, please use the Contact Us link. Holsters will not be returnable if your personal light preference isn't compatible with this standard setup.
Cascadia Concealment does not currently support the Recover Tactical rail attachments. If you select a light option that does not attach to the pistol's factory rails, your order will be canceled and refunded.
***No two products are exactly alike. Each item is handcrafted and may vary slightly. Some variation in design may occur without advanced notice.
The Fabric/Cordura wraps listed in the color options come over standard base color Kydex that most closely matches the pattern/color of the wrap. Custom color wraps can be ordered via custom invoice. Please email us with such inquiries. We do not currently do this in house, therefore there is some additional cost and lead time.