On the WalMar AD/ND thread, BugDude (who I greatly respect) wrote,
The belt provides the positioning and security, and the elastic covers the trigger completely. Not addressing the reholstering question - that would be the least of my worries if I ever need to draw - would you consider the trigger sufficiently protected in this situation? I think that with great effort I *might* be able to bring the trigger perhaps halfway back if I jammed my finger into just the right spot on the outside of my leg and pulled up, but it would be a difficult, deliberate task. The effect is similar to a belly-band holster: the trigger guard has a tightened elastic shroud completely covering it.
Maybe I ought to unload and for-reals try to make it go 'click'.