Getting the gun-and-holster combination off is never a problem, but putting it back on in the vehicle requires such time and contortions that it must look to any passers-by like I'm suffering some weird slow-motion seizure.
It's one reason that I liked the Glock 19/Raven VG2 combination, but with the Glock being used for another project right now, yesterday I tried a new option for me: An AIWB J-frame holster from Dark Star Gear. (FTC Notice: DSG said "Hey, want a J-frame holster?" and I said "Well, duh.")
|Lasers and plastic holsters: What's this world coming to?|
I like a bright color for an AIWB holster, since I'm looking the gun into the mouth of the holster, and the bright color provides a good visual index as well as making it extremely obvious if something is obstructing the holster opening.
Anyhow, I'm finding it a handy thing for filling a specialized need I had...