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I make shoulder holsters in several ways, but the rig with the swivel holster is by far the most popular.
Below is an explanation of how it works.
The swivel holster operates by blind T nuts imbedded in a Kydex core, and screws with washers. The tension on the screws is critical to its rotating operation. The upper screw is the pivot point, and the lower screw the tension screw. The tension screw can be adjusted to make the swivel easy to rotate, or stiff to rotate. You can adjust that screw to your liking. Be sure to test the swivel action with the gun in the holster before wearing it on a regular basis.
The screws can loosen by the rotation of the holster, so it is a good idea to check the tension often. I have used medium strength Lock Tight on both screws to help stop that screw for getting loose. But it never hurts to check them anyway. If you for some reason need to remove the screws just apply some heat to break the Lock Tights hold. You will notice the tension screw washer is flipped upright so the smooth side is down. If a swivel holster is not your thing, you can find the angle you like best, and just flip the tension screw washer over so the edges bite into the material and it won’t operate again.
Finally the holster has a retaining strap. I have made it so you can use it or not. Be advised that if you decide not to use it, and the holster rotates downward by its self the gun can fall out. I have had this happen to me in a restaurant. Not a good thing. I have made a snap-over-center notch in the Kydex core to help hold the holster up right. You can feel it when you rotate the holster to the top. Check your screws often.
If you pull the gun down by the grip, you have to re-grip the gun to fire it. This is common in all pull down holster rigs by all makers. The best way to operate the swivel rig is to push it down with the edge of the palm near the heel of your hand. Then grip the handle of the gun as it rotates down. As the gun rotates down, use the thumb break strap to release the gun. It works for me, and it took some practice, but you should be practicing anyway. It might save your life.