The holster must have a balance of speed, security, and access. It cannot be buried under the clothing to the extent that it is difficult to access. A very fast draw isnt necessarily the main ingredient of a successful concealment rig. Good concealment that allows surprise is. Perhaps the adversary doesnt know you are armed, and he should not. There should be no indicators that show you are armed.
Lets look at reality. There is no draw faster than a standard belt holster carried on the point of the hip. This is also a holster that isnt compatible with concealed carry. The holster must be worn behind the hip under a covering garment at the least, and for better concealment, we move the holster inside the pants, or inside the waistband fashion as we call it. You must practice the draw to clear clothing, and is a real danger when clothing becomes tangled. The appendix carry requires less movement. Also, during the course of the day, you sometimes encounter people who like to bump into you or perhaps give a friendly pat. Some know you are armed; most should not. If they pat the groin area, they probably know you pretty well. Read More