I use and recommend this holster. I’ve been carrying a concealed pistol with this very holster every day for about 2 years. It’s slim, sturdy, and lightweight. I like it enough to recommend it to my family.
This holster has no sharp edges or protrusions that would stick me in side. It’s more compact than what I used to use, and it’s more comfortable. It’s made of kydex, which is just fancy plastic. The weak point of clip-on holsters is the clip itself. This one seems to be holding up pretty well.
I’m tough on everything. I work in construction, so what I use has to hold up. After 2 years, it’s still holding up. I wear mine in the front of the waist, which took some getting used to but now I wouldn’t change. By brother wears his on the hip. We both use this holster to conceal a full-sized pistol.
I carry a Glock 20, which is about as large as they come. My brother carries a standard-sized Taurus 9mm. We both find it easy to conceal with just a simple loose-fitting shirt. We Both find this holster comfortable for a decent-sized pistol.
It had decent retention. It’s not going to fall out if I run around a jobsite or jump down a flight of stairs. You can adjust the retention of he holster. Just be sure you do as you are wearing it. The extra pressure of your belt and body adds to it considerably.
I don’t find that this holster wobbles or drifts much, as long as you have a stiff belt. Wearing a single-clip holster with a flexible belt would cause a lot of movement of the pistol. It’d constantly be shifting around. That gets uncomfortable quick, and is hard to hide. Either a really stout leather belt, or better, a gun belt.
They do have a great warrantee and offer free shipping with every purchase. They’re about fifty bucks for the model we both have, and they’re available for almost every pistol. You need to at least check them out.