This September I am taking a Defensive Handgun class with my husband. The holster requirement for the class is a strongside, rigid non-IWB.
In all honesty, my husband and I have spent days (literally) going through the holster sources on this site (which are fabulous by the way) and we have come up with a few options and before I rush to buy I would like to run it by the "experts" and see what, if any, advice they would like to add. ("They" being all of you. )
Please, I would like any advice on either the holster makers, the holsters themselves, the materials, or even some advice on anything else I haven't thought of yet.
The first holster I am considering is the WilsonCombat Practical Holster with the Ladies Holster Adapter. The upside is that depending on what I wear I have "two" holsters I just have to add the Ladies adapter.
The second holster is the DOH Dropped & Offset Holster-SR Loop.
The third is the Com-Tac belt holster.
This is for a class, mainly. If I wear anything that allows for OWB carry I may use it for carry as well, but, again, it's mainly for the class.
Any thoughts and comments are welcome!