I was hoping our resident experts could chime in on this one. I've started to make my own holsters this year and have been experimenting with different ways to wet mould them. There is the Bill Jordan method requiring a 2-hour soak and a plastic bag. I no longer use this one as it took 2 days to dry and wasn't very tight. The best I have found yet was the Bianchi (sp??) method outlined in "Blue Steel & Gunleather". This requires hot water with a little detergent and about a two minute soak, and bare metal. This has worked the best for me so far. My guns make an resounding "click" when placed in the holster. It even passes the "invert and shake" retention test using heavy N-frames. Is this the method that most use or is there something better?