The title sounds kind of funny but its a real dillema Im facing.
Im right handed and all my life i have kept my wallet in my right back pocket. Now that Im carrying at about 4:00 IWB Ive realized that my holstered gun makes getting my wallet out of that pocket a bit difficult, and once the wallet is out I run the risk of flashing my gun if i accidentally snag my shirt while lifting my wallet out.
To remedy this I have already started putting my wallet in my back left pocket. This feels uncomfortable, made more so by the fact that my wallet has already a cheek-molded curve going the other way, but Its easier to relocate the wallet then the gun.
I figure this is something I can learn to get used to but I just wonder if Its just me or if this is a somewhat common growing pain for guys who decide to carry. Any thoughts?