Best Holsters for Concealed Carry
I'd like to get some viewpoints from you folks concerning the best type and design of holster for use in licensed concealed carry situations. Here are my choices. What do you folks think?
I most often carry either a .38 Special, S&W 637 or a Glock 33 (with a .40 barrel). Since I must often put on and take off the holster and weapon each day, I have Kramer MSP paddle holsters for both of them. I can say, without qualification, that this is the best holster I've ever used. The quality is top-notch, it's comfortable to wear all day, yet so secure that one never has the fear that the holster will come off with the weapon if the weapon is drawn.
For the other weapons I occassionally carry, like my Glock 30 and Steyer M1, I rely on belt holsters, most often the PS-6 made by Mernickle in Nevada. These are in all ways excellent, though the design does make it necessary to loosen one's belt to get them on or off.
For "deep" carry (when I simply can't carry anything larger and more effective), I rely on a Beretta 3032 (.32 Browning caliber) carried in a Bianchi 100 inside the waist band holster. I generally dislike inside the waist band holsters because I usually find them uncomfortable, but this one works fine with this small weapon.
What are some of your favorites?