I don't have to worry about another holster for my .380 Bodyguard. It's fine in its pocket holster stuck in my right front pocket. It is a perfect example of ease of carry, as simple as putting your wallet in your pants and just as comfortable.
But I have been wanting to carry my 45 Shield more and more lately. Right now I'm using a DeSantis Slim Tuc in an "inside the belt" carry rather then the designed for IWB mode. That may sound strange, but having been raised on wheel guns, I have never been a fan of IWB carry for comfort reasons. Of course, having finally accepted that autoloaders are not just a passing fad
and getting a couple for EDC, I like the idea of thin holster tight against the body.
In the Slim Tuc and carried inside the belt in the 3 o'clock location, that holster does fine for a while; I almost forget it's there. Hi-ebber, and day is always a hi-ebber,
after a while the bottom of the grip (magazine) starts rubbing a hole in my side.
This seems to be caused by the holster canting inward which puts the grip area angled in toward my body.
The angle at which the holster rides is also the cause of my second problem. It is very difficult to re-holster the pistol with the opening pushed into my side.
I'm going to continue using the Slim Tuc, albeit the way it was intended (IWB), and I'm also going to try positioning it in different locations. i.e. small of the back, 1 o'clock and cross draw. Maybe I can find a position that corrects the two problems I've had.
I've also been looking at the DeSantis Intruder and the Crossbreed MiniTuck as possible replacements. Does anyone have any experience with these?