Pro Carry HD or LT at The Holster Store. They offer fwd, zero and rear cant on them. The HD lets the gun ride higher, the LT lower. I have the LT, carry at 4:00 and it fits fine. I "should" have got the fwd cant, but that was my mistake.
I actually use a forward cant on my personal holster for appendix carry. It conceals SOOOO much easier. The draw is still natural, though you wouldn't think it would be. Vertical or rearward puts the butt of the gun out too far for some people.
i use a tucker silent thunder iwb that can be adjusted (colt compact). i also have a c rusty sherrick crossdraw/appendix owb on order (for same weapon), that i will use in appropriate situations. the owb is not adjustable-but i am not concerned.:wave:
Threat Solutions makes an excellent kydex reverse cant holster (I own an Interchangeable here Welcome to TSC Interchangeable Holsters Page ; it's rock solid). This holster is specifically designed for reverse cant, and works very well (and would be even better if I didn't have so much of...ahh...my wife's good cooking hanging out with my stomach ).
Tucker Gunleather makes a few holsters suitable for appendix carry and cant adjustment, and is a great guy to boot (I own several Tucker holsters and their quality is unmatched).
In appendix carry, I find a rearward cant more concealable and comfortable than straight vertical as there's less depth possible with the cant until it starts...interfering uncomfortably. For me a vertical cant also means in all likelihood I won't be able to bend down to sit comfortably, if at all.
A slight rearward cant also makes the butt of the firearm at a more comfortable and natural grabbing angle IMO, making a slightly faster draw (arguable certainly, but it being more natural isn't IMO as the butt is more "level" to the top of one's pants than in the straight vertical, specific holster and depth depending of course.)
But like all holsters, this is certrainly a YMMV thing, and admittedly I might feel less preference either way too if I was one of those real skinny folks too.
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