No-clip holsters really a responsible choice?
Okay, I know this may ruffle a few feathers, but well, curiosity finally got the best of me, and I haven't seen a frank discussion about this on this forum yet, so I thought I would start it. When no-clip holsters came on the scene (remora, etc) I saw how they were going to be a big hit, but I didn't get one because something bothered me about them. I've always thought that the main object of a holster is to hold it firmly to your body so there's no option of it or the gun going scuttling across the floor. The failure rate of the holster not retaining the gun on one's body should be 0%, not 5% or 10%, etc. That's why so many experts advise against using holster without any retention, with clips that are weak enough that they could break if someone grabbed the holster and tried to rip it off you, etc.
So, I've always understood that a holster should be physically attached to you in some way. How do we reconcile this with no-clip holsters where there's a chance of it and the gun taking a little walk by themselves, however small the chance is?
BTW, this isn't meant to be a 'no more no-clip holsters' thread - frankly, I don't care how anyone else carries a gun - that's for each person to decide. I'm just curious.