This is a discussion on I found something interesting about IWB within the Defensive Carry Holsters & Carry Options forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; Originally Posted by EvilMonk Leather has that quality. I think that I will only use kydex for my IWB holsters. I like the look and ...
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I'm glad your finely comfortable. I to carry a Glock 22 I.W.B on the right side and have for many years. I have six or seven market holster's also. But to fined real comfort I had to go to a custom holster one that would let me take hold of the butt with a natural grip keeping my finger to ride to the side of the slide.. It's slightly slanted with the muzzle in and the grip out just enough for a good hold!. A custom holster maybe your answer! as to the ride up during the draw a smooth fast action should help with the ride problem. I think a small amount of lift is normal and exceptable.. NOTICE I SAID A SMALL AMOUNT....
Anyway good luck with the comfort thing!!!!!!!!!!!
Nice Leather you got there! I don't have anything against it understand, I just (perhaps in my rookie status) feel more confident as yet with that which I know will work.
Further and proper entry into leather carry may yet bear fruit!
Plus, I can't afford works of art like yours yet so...
Ziploc baggies you say? I'll try that out on my Galcos and see...
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I also used to do that, and until I got a proper belt, I pretty much had to. Even when I got the proper belt, I still did it. One day I decided to loosen it up a little, and walla, alot more comfortable, and easier to wear with no difference in concealibility.