The perfect gun holster is made for your gun. The majority of generic holsters use a one-fits-many method. These generic holsters will not hold your gun securely, and feel uncomfortable.
1. The holster you use should fit your gun tight enough to hold it without relying on straps or tension screws.
2. It should always cover your trigger guard.
3. When you remove your gun from the holster it should stay open, and you should be able to re-holster your gun using one hand.
4. Your Holsters’ belt loops or slots have to match your belt. This way your gun stays firmly in place, feels comfortable, and allows for quick drawing. Outside The Waistband Holsters are very comfortable to wear for a long time, and are easy to draw from. To conceal this type of gun holster, you need a jacket or a shirt worn outside the pants. We get more info on bellyband holster.
Inside The Waistband Holsters Are not the most comfortable to wear, but you can easily conceal even a full sized gun.
Shoulder Holsters: If you use a shoulder holster, pay close attention to how the gun is positioned within the holster as well as to how the weight is distributed. Shoulder holsters are great to wear under a suit jacket, and also for outdoor use. They provide easy access and are very comfortable. (For those who hunt with large caliber revolvers, concealment is no issue.)
Belly Bands: Belly bands are extremely comfortable, hide even full sized guns, but do not provide the easiest access. Ankle Holsters should only be used and relied upon as a back-up option. An ankle holster is very hard to reach quickly, and ankle holsters are not always the most secure. Keep the above points in mind. This guidance will help you in choosing the right gun holster.
Paddle holsters generally look the same and feature the same options as concealment belt holsters. The difference is that paddle holsters do not attach to your belt. Rather they use a paddle on the back of the holster which you slide between your body and your pants. Paddle holsters are easy to put on and off because you do not need to remove your belt. The main disadvantage is that they are less secure being that they are not attached to your belt with a loop system. Some paddles holsters feature a locking mechanism on the paddle which grabs the under side of your belt. This is a little safer but still not as secure as a pancake style belt holster.