The CB SuperTuk and Galco KingTuk are both pretty comfortable and very similar. I carry more at the 3:30 to 4 position and while driving don't find them uncomfortable. I can see that the 5:00 would be very uncomfortable as you mentioned.
Tuck your elbow into your torso next time you shoot your AR15............Let me first apologize because I know there are hundreds of threads addressing this. I DID read many of them, but just need some personalized advice…
My main CC weapons are a Kahr P9, S&W air weight revolver (the one with the shrouded hammer) and my recent addition is a Glock 42. I also have an HK P2000sk with .40/.357 sig barrels (for when I want to up the stopping power for a night) but I hardly carry that as its a bit of a brick to me.
Anyway, I've always carried IWB and usually at 5:00. But its just never gotten any more comfortable for me over time. I've experimented with a few holsters on many of the firearms and different positions too. One main issue is that I drive a lot. Sitting makes IWB really uncomfortable and I don't like removing the weapon when I get in and out of the car.
My most comfortable holster for the HK is a CB supertuck. The revolver is probably the easiest one to carry in a simple elite holster, same with the P9. But I got the G42 in hopes of it replacing the Kahr as my almost every day carry. But now i'm wondering if carrying OWB might just be the better way to go.
So any recommendations on nice holsters for the G42, or any of my other weapons (and advice on a good gun belt) for IWB or OWB are greatly appreciated. FYI, I'm a fairly big guy (6 3" 205) and, again, I do a lot of driving. I do generally wear untucked shirts but I've always thought that OWB wouldn't be a smart option in this unfriendly gun state.
Thanks in advance!
+1 with a holster from a good manufacturer like G-code, Trexarms, Bravo Concealment or Raven Concealment.AIWB