Appendix Carry - Low Profile vs Taller Combat Grip
I've been mulling this over for a while and would like to hear your thoughts.
A few years back I determined appendix to be my preferred method of carry because it allows me to comfortably conceal a G19 with just an ordinary t-shirt.
I use a High Noon "Mr. Softy" which is considered to be a "low profile" appendix holster. Honestly, the reason I chose the Mr. Softy is because it was cheaper ($25) than comparable models.
I love this holster. It's super comfy, clips securely, and has held up well.
My only concern is that the butt of my Glock rests just at my pant line and could be difficult to grip from certain positions. So, I'm considering "upgrading" to something like the High Noon "Public Secret" or possibly a nice kydex AIWB holster. Something that offers more of a traditional "combat grip" and rides higher above the pant line.
I wonder how much comfort I will be sacrificing while sitting and bending by having the gun sit higher above the pant line. Anyone carry in a similar rig? Any issues sitting or bending in these "higher riding" models?