Question for those who carry snubbies IWB and strong side hip (3-5 o'clock)

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    With my J-Frame, I carry either appendix or at 4:00 neutral cant. Either works fine, it's a low riding holster.
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    My S&W 340 M&P rides in a Remora IWB, at about 3:30ish....

    Nice and low, so that only the grip would show if I lifted my shirt...

    Not sure about the cant angle, but it seems about "standard" for most holsters (not neutral cant angle, but probably about 15 degrees)

    I always preferred loops over clips, and would never have considered a totally clipless system.....
    but the Remora works! Seems perfect for lightweight guns like a j-frame!

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    I like a neutral drop.

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    Back when, S&W Model 60 at 3:30, neutral.
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    I carry AIWB, so no cant for me.

    Either a Remora or Mr. Softy for my snubs

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    Mod 36 in a Bianchi Professional 100, no cant, 3:30.
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    S&W 638 j-frame 4 o'clock in a Galco Sto n Go, neutral cant, rides fairly low.
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