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Between my input and others, this page will hopefully give you some good ideas to try

If you are a lawful gun owner who can legally conceal carry and chooses to do so, you'll eventually own a variety of holsters; especially if you own multiple handguns or you're a woman trying to cover a variety of wardrobe-bases.

 There are a lot of holsters I like, but which one I choose for the day depends on the gun, the outfit, the weather, and the situation:

THE GUN - (my different carry guns): S&W M&P Shield 9mm, S&W M&P Compact 9mm, Ruger LCR (38 revolver), Ruger LCP (.380 ACP), Ruger SP101 (357 revolver)

THE OUTFIT - (tricky issues & things that matter): not wearing a belt (with pajamas or many shorts & skirts), wearing a dress, exercise clothing (yoga pants/tank top or elastic shorts/t-shirt), no cover garment (hot summer weather)..... Is my top tight or loose? Are my pants tight or loose?

THE WEATHER - Is it 90 degrees or 40 below zero? Is it raining?

THE SITUATION - doing things around the house, gardening, quick trips outside (such as taking the dogs out or walking to the mailbox), at work, at the gym, out & about/grocery shopping, hiking in the woods, biking, running, relaxing at the beach, sitting in church, etc.

Note: I am 5'4" and 118 lbs.


M&P SHIELD 9mm, PJ Holster (with 30 degree cant & quick-clip), worn IWB directly behind my right hip

I USUALLY carry IWB (inside the waistband), but that's not always possible, and sometimes I just prefer another carry method:

The S&W M&P Shield (single stack 9mm) is the gun I carry the most, throughout most seasons.
The S&W M&P9C (double stack, compact 9mm) isn't as easy to conceal on my small frame, so it's now my winter carry gun (with coats & heavier cover garments).
The Ruger LCP (.380 ACP) is a summertime carry pistol for me when I just can't conceal my Shield. Since it's so tiny & slim,  it's also the gun that seems to work the best for me with more unique carry methods such as belly bands, bra carry, thunderwear-style holsters, etc.
The Ruger LCR (38 special) is very lightweight, so it works well for thigh carry or as a nice backup gun for ankle carry.
The Ruger SP101 (357) is the biggest and heaviest gun I use for concealed carry - I tend to only carry it while hiking or in the woods.



* PJ Holsters (with "deep conceal" 30 degree cant & "quick clip") - This is my favorite holster that I wear the most when I leave the house. I have an IWB PJ Holster for each of my carry guns and they conceal very well because of the extreme forward cant that I requested. I also love this kydex holster because it is so comfortable & simple - It doesn't add any bulk to the gun. He also has a lot of different options available and custom makes each one, depending on what you want (belt size, cant, ride height, color, and type of clip). This kydex holster does require a belt, so I always carry it using my Disse Amerihide "Any Day" belt. My PJ Holster Video & PJ Holster Colors Video

* Crossbreed Supertuck Deluxe & Minituck (adjusted for the most extreme forward cant) - Although there a lot of similar holsters out there, the Supertuck is the original hybrid holster (leather & kydex)! Owner/founder Mark Craighead passed away in 2012, which is such a loss to the firearms community. He was one of the BEST guys I've met in this industry & this was the first holster that ever worked well for me. It is very sturdy and distributes the weight of heavy guns very well. It is adjustable for cant and the horsehide backing is very comfortable. I have one for each of my carry guns, but I don't tend to wear them as much anymore since they take me a bit longer to put on and have more bulk to them (because of the large leather backing). I also found that my Ruger LCR Supertuck is more comfortable than my M&P Supertucks because the barrel is shorter and doesn't poke into my leg at all (since the bottom of the kydex holster portion is open and my M&P barrels seem to poke my leg a bit throughout the day). The Minituck is a little smaller and I have it for my Ruger LCP. It's a little bulkier than some of my other LCP holsters (like my Remora or Betty holster), but it's very comfy and I love how it stays in place very securely & is very easy to reholster into. My Crossbreed Supertuck Video

* Looper "Betty" - This little plastic holster has very heavy-duty metal clip that swivels, so the cant is completely adjustable. You can clip it at any position inside your waistband and you don't even need a belt (if your gun is light enough or your pants are sturdy enough to support the gun's loaded weight). You can also clip this inside a purse pocket or the top of a boot (if your gun is small enough). Get one if you are a lady with a small firearm! I have this holster for my Ruger LCP and my M&P Shield and I love the strong clip - especially since the holster retention is light enough to ensure that the holster won't unclip with your draw. I prefer using the Betty with my tiny Ruger LCP (in an appendix position, which is rare for me), although the angle can have a tendency to swivel a bit during the day, depending on how much I move around. My Shield gets much more time in a PJ Holster because I like how kydex feels more sturdy than thermoplastic, but I do sometimes choose the Betty (or a Remora) for my Shield if I'm not wearing a belt with my jeans. Video of Looper Holsters at SHOT Show

* Remora No-Clip Holsters - These IWB holsters are made of a grippy material that sticks to your skin. Since they don't have a clip, they are held in place by the pressure between your pants and your body (so tighter pants work much better than loose pants). I have a Remora for each of my carry guns (and prefer the standard, non-reinforced version, without a sweat guard), because they are just so simple and work well. They are affordable, conceal well, comfortable (as long as I pull my underwear between my skin & the holster for extended wear), and you can position them at any angle or ride height inside your waistband (and you can wear them without a belt). They aren't as secure as a holster with a clip or loop that attaches to belt, and you can't re-holster into the non-reinforced version since it squishes flat, but you can use this IWB, in a pocket, on your nightstand, in your car, or even in your purse to keep things out of our trigger guard. The Remora is my quick, running out-the-door holster for my M&P Shield, M&P9C, or Ruger LCR (especially if I'm not wearing a belt on my jeans). My Remora Holsters Video

* RCS "Vanguard" Holsters (original & VG2) - These are as minimalistic as you can get, designed with appendix-carry in mind - They're basically just trigger-guard covers, with either a piece of paracord attached (original) or with a single belt loop attached for IWB carry (VG2). These allow you to carry your gun IWB without a holster (or secure it to a bag/nightstand/glovebox/etc) while protecting your trigger from any accidental discharge. I have a prototype VG2 for my M&P Shield, but I don't find the Shield to be comfortable in an appendix position, so I only use it to secure my Shield inside a sling bag when I'm biking. I use my original Vanguard for my M&P9C a lot more (but not for on-body carry) - I use it to protect the trigger guard when my M&P is laying on my nightstand at night. My RCS Vanguard/VG2 Video & My RCS Phantom/VG2 Holsters Video


* PJ Holsters (straight-drop, "quick clip") - These are just as great as PJ's IWB holsters, so I have one of these for my M&P Shield, M&P9C, and my Ruger SP101. I use these at the range quite a bit because the quick-clip is so easy and fast to put on and take off. My PJ Holster Video & PJ Holster Colors Video

* Crossbreed SnapSlide & SuperSlide - These are more range holsters I have (for guns I haven't taken to the range in awhile). I have the SnapSlide (all black) for my Ruger LCR (38) and I have the SuperSlide for the Walther PPS. I like the SnapSlide a lot for my Ruger LCR at the range (It looks nice & works very well). I don't like the SuperSlide as much (I don't like the look as much and it's also very bulky on me).

Crossbreed SnapSlide
* RCS Phantom Holsters - Raven Concealment kydex holsters are exceptional quality and have excellent retention (almost too much!). The solid belt loops on the Phantom holsters are kind of hard to get on my belt, but these holsters are great for the range or courses or things of that nature. These holsters attach solidly to your belt and your gun won't be going anywhere, even if you are running, jumping, or doing cartwheels. I use these at the range for my M&P Shield and my M&P9C. My RCS Phantom Holsters Video

* Looper "Sophia" - This is a fun leather holster with a straight cant, designed for a woman's shorter torso, and intended to be carried in an appendix, 2:00, or 3:00 position. I don't usually like appendix carry, so I love that this is an OWB because that's more comfy to me. I have this for the M&P Shield and have been using it around the house (since I can't conceal an OWB holster worn up front or at 3:00). My Video of Looper Holsters at SHOT Show

* High Noon "Topless" Holster - This OWB leather holster for my M&P Shield took me a little bit of time to break-in, but now I love it. I can actually conceal carry with this holster (with a cover garment) because it has a forward cant, it hugs nice and tight against my body, and it has a high ride height (so cover garments don't have to be super long to cover the entire holster). My High Noon Video

* Lobo Gun Leather OWB Holster - This is the OWB holster that's shown in the photo below with my M&P9C, but I also have one for my Ruger LCR. What can I say about these other than the fact that they are excellent quality leather holsters? They're great for open carry or range use (if you prefer leather over kydex), but I use these either around inside the house or for winter concealed carry underneath a coat (if my pants are feeling too tight for IWB carry).

Smith & Wesson M&P Compact 9mm, in Lobo Gun Leather OWB Holster
After much trial & error, this setup
concealed well underneath a snug tanktop:
"Flashbang" w/ Ruger LCP: Bra size 34B
Very padded push-up bra &
modified holster strap
(new hole punched in shortest strap)
* Looper "Flashbang" & "Marilyn" - Both are thermoplastic bra holsters, but the Flashbang is designed to attach between your breasts on your center bra strap, whereas the Marilyn is designed to attach to the side of your bra (and conceal inside a bra cup). For good concealment, these holsters seem to require the proper mix of: a sturdy bra (only some seem to work), a small gun (if you are an A or B cup), and correct positioning of both the holster and the strap (which depends on the person). I have both of these for the Ruger LCP and also the M&P Shield (which is seeming to be too large for me to conceal in that carry region). I am a 34B, and I haven't had any luck getting the Ruger LCP Marilyn to work for me, no matter how I position it, so I prefer the Flashbang between the two (even though I'm still struggling with it). I've found the Flashbang to be very comfortable with fairly flat semi autos (and not flip out from underneath your bra if you snap it above your bra's center strap), but I found my Ruger LCR Flashbang to be quite uncomfortable due to the hard lump of the revolver's cylinder against my chest. Another important thing to note is that the type of bra you use makes a huge difference. Most of my unpadded cotton bras don't work with it (especially the VS front-hook racerback style), so I'm still working on getting the Flashbang to work well for me since it really seems to be trial and error with every single one of my bras & tops. My problem lies in the fact that the snap tends to push out slightly futher than my chest, so the snap is visible as a bump through most of my shirts. I have a feeling that bra-type wouldn't matter quite as much if you are a C-cup or larger, and I also think I wouldn't be struggling with it as much if I had more padded bras. Video of Looper Holsters at SHOT Show
Mika Pocket Holster
  Note: I don't carry very often using any of these methods anymore: I rarely wear long skirts and most of my pant legs aren't loose enough to easily draw from an ANKLE holster. The only SHOULDER holster I have is for the Ruger LCR (which I rarely carry now that I have the Shield), and it's also pretty hard to conceal the bulge that it makes on the side of my body. THIGH carry works well for my lightweight Ruger LCR, but I rarely wear dresses or skirts out anymore (which is the only time I wear my thigh holster). All of my pants/jeans/shorts pockets are way too small for POCKET carry (even with my tiny LCP!), so the only time I use pocket holsters are in a couple winter jackets that have large enough pockets for a gun. All of the following ankle, shoulder, thigh, and pocket holsters can be seen in my "Concealed Carry Holsters & Outfits for Women" video

* Mika Pocket Holster - I LOVE this pocket holster for my Ruger LCR. Too bad none of my pockets are big enough for pocket carry! This works well in a winter coat pocket, but very few of my coat pockets are large enough to accommodate my LCR inside a pocket holster. This holster can also be used inside a purse or bag, as long as the pouch/pocket is small enough to hold the holster in place when you draw your gun. There is a nice grippy area around this holster to help with that (so it will stay in a pocket when you draw your gun - if your pockets are large enough for it).

* Galco Ankle Lite (with additional calf strap) - This holster is SUPER comfortable (has great, fluffy padding), and I have it for my Ruger LCR. If you want to ankle carry, I definitely recommend this holster. A few pairs of my pants are loose enough at the bottom to allow for ankle carry of this gun, but most aren't, so I rarely use this holster (which is too bad because I really like it). It does work GREAT, though, with long skirts! (but I hardly wear long skirts anymore either).

* Galco VHS (Vertical Shoulder Holster) System: This is a very nice shoulder holster for my Ruger LCR, but it doesn't conceal well for me unless I have on a coat - and when I do have a coat on, pocket carry or waistband carry gives me quicker and easier access to my gun (so those are what I prefer instead).

* Clament Custom Leather Thigh Holster - First, I wouldn't recommend this holster unless you have a lightweight gun like the Ruger LCR. A heavy gun most likely won't stay up! Second, you need your own garter belt to clip this thigh holster to. I bought an inexpensive lacy one from a Victoria's Secret semi-annual sale and it works fine for me. Third (this is super important!), I think all ladies interested in thigh carry would be better off purchasing a Remora Thigh Holster instead - When I got my Clament thigh holster, Remora didn't make one yet - But now that they do, it's less expensive, you'll get it quicker, you don't need your own garter (the elastic leg strap works well), and it'll give you a good taste of what thigh carry is like. Since making my Clament thigh holster video, he has TRIPLED his prices! Not great business ethics in my opinion.

* Gun Tote'n Mamas Raven Bag (GTM-099) - There is good & bad news about this bag. The good news is that I LOVE this gun purse (it's my favorite purse ever!) and they still offer it for sale. The bad news is that they don't seem to offer it any more in the same color OR fabric. I love the nylon material that mine  is made of, and olive green is my favorite color. They no longer offer olive green or nylon (only leather), which is too bad because I would've bought a 2nd one as a backup. Yes, there are a lot of cons with purse carry (not getting into them here) - but, I do sometimes carry in this purse when I'm running out the door in a hurry or my outfit really doesn't work with a gun (without a super-struggle). This CC purse has a great, removable Velcro-holster (which can also be purchased separately) & dedicated Velcro holster compartment that works with any size gun, and it also has a slash-resistant strap. My GTM Purse Video and my Video of GTM Purses at SHOT Show


* River's West Concealed Carry Jacket - I categorize a CC jacket the same as a CC purse (can't take it off and leave it anywhere, and definitely not as good as on-body-carry). That being said, I think this jacket is great for when I'm hiking or hunting, since it's waterproof, and it's also a great way to carry a backup gun since the dedicated internal holster pouch is nice and secure. I also sometimes  wear this jacket and carry my gun in it when I'm walking my dogs. My River's West CC Jacket Video

* UnderTech Undercover Compression Shorts - I love these! I have the "short" shorts version, in black. They are extremely comfortable and convenient and I wish I could afford several pairs. I wear these around inside the house ALL THE TIME with shorts, skirts, or pajamas (with my M&P Shield); I also wear them while bike riding (with my Ruger LCP); and I occasionally wear them while mowing the lawn (with my M&P Shield). I highly recommend them and find them to be true-to-size. I normally wear size Small clothing, so I ordered a size Small, and they fit perfect.
My UnderTech Undercover Shorts Video

* Aegis Armory "Sheath" Holster - This is an interesting style of holster that has a piece of paracord attached so you can hang it around your body. Although I think it has limited uses, there are a couple times that I really like to use this holster. Since I'm not a fan of open carry, I do always either 1) keep this gun concealed under my shirt, 2) wear it inside my home, OR 3) wear it in private areas of my yard (especially when it's dark out). I use this holster the MOST when I take my dogs outside (either at night or while in my backyard, worn over my coat or shirt). I also use it in the summer, while mowing my lawn or gardening (swung around on my back, under my shirt, so it doesn't dangle in front of me when I'm leaning forward). My Aegis Armory Sheath Video

 (I gathered this data mainly from participants on Facebook - Thanks to everyone who helped me out with this!)

Some of the women's home-made carry methods & holster alterations are pretty crafty and unique, which goes to show that if you are truly determined to conceal carry (and you're resourceful enough), even the "wrong" holster shouldn't stand in your way.
4'11" and 135 lbs: Ruger SP101, Crossbreed Supertuck (combat cut), right hip area ("amazing setup but works best to wear a cami tucked behind the holster to minimize sweating")
5'0" and 157 lbs: Kimber Solo 9mm or Citadel 1911, Undertech Compression Shorts (for at home with shorts & jogging pants)
5'1" and 93 lbs: SIG P238, Crossbreed Minituck at 4 o'clock  position (cant as far forward as the Minituck will allow)
5'1" and 200 lbs: S&W Bodyguard .380 in a shoulder holster from Barsony leather ("that way I can wear it to church in a dress with a sleeveless vest over top")
5'1" and 120 lbs: Ruger LCP in a Fobus paddle holster ("which can easily be connected to a loop sewn into the inside of a purse or messenger bag")
5'1" and 125 lbs: SIG P238 in a Naturally Concealed Bra Holster (bra size: 34D) ("I love it! My only complaint is that the holster is universal so it's large - with my little .380 it has excess material. The material does a good job of diffusing the print of the gun, though, and there are magazine holders sewn into the inside too which is neat")
5'1" and 150 lbs: S&W Bodyguard, Vedder Holsters Belly Band ("It allows for 4 different positions to carry. I use 2 of them depending on my outfit. I only wear skirts, no pants. This holster works for 99% of my skirts. I wear in the front, without canter on the right or with canter on the left for a crossbody draw. It sits just slightly above the waistband on my skirts")
5'1" and 150 lbs: Sig P938 (9mm), Grandfather Oak Custom Carry Kydex Holster, IWB Appendix
5'1" and 150 lbs: Sig P238 (380), N82 Tactical Original Holster, IWB Appendix
5'2" and 118 lbs: M&P Shield, Remora Holster, IWB at 4:00 position
5'2" and 130 lbs: Ruger LCP in a Flashbang (bra size: 36C) ("plus a 3.5'' dagger in my boot, plus a Smith & Wesson tactical pen on my keychain")
5'3" and 115 lbs: Kel-Tec P3AT, Flashbang Bra Holster (bra size: 32B) ("works very well since as a vet tech, I often carry in scrubs and am rolling around with dogs.  I also wear fairly fitted shirts so what I sometimes do is wear a cami with a shelf bra under my shirt just for a little added security, especially if I'm going unpadded")
5'3" and 130 lbs: SIG P938 in either a Galco Under Wraps Belly Band (12 o'clock high ride) or a Sticky Holsters Ankle Biter Rig (riding just under the strong-side knee). In winter (or when not as worried about concealment): Springfield EMP in a UBG Regulator, OWB at 5 o'clock position, with a double mag carrier on the support side at 9 o'clock
5'3" and 139 lbs: Beretta Nano, in an IWB Sticky Holster or in a Femme Fatale Bustier Holster ("under summer clothes it works very well") ("Their thigh holster is also extremely comfortable under sundresses")
5'3" and 150 lbs: Glock 26 in an Undertech Undercover Belly Band Holster ("works best with tops or dresses that are sort of A line type (tight on top but sort of flowy & looser on the bottom). It's also perfect for working out in a loose t-shirt or tank top. It's more comfortable if you wear a tank top underneath (which I usually do anyways with most outfits)."
5'3" and 160 lbs: Ruger LC9, Remora Holster (with sweat shield), carried IWB when wearing jeans or other pants with a structured waistband
5'3" and 160 lbs: Ruger LC9, Pistol Wear Trump Card (sub-compact size), worn IWB with exercise shorts or pants and skirts with loose waistbands. ("I can use the Trump Card to carry pretty securely when jogging")
5'3" and 183 lbs: 5 different setups: 1) Ruger LCP in Looper "Marilyn" bra holster ("goes inside left bra band of Victoria Secret Sexy or Biofit bra & padding helps hide bumps") (bra size is 38DD) 2) M&P Shield in Looper "Ava" ("much like crossbreed but way more comfy!") worn IWB, strong side appendix position 3) S&W Bodyguard 380 in Looper "Betty" holster, worn IWB appendix cross-draw position 4) Ruger SR22 in Alien Gear Holster ("like a crossbreed & not as nice as the ava, but way cheaper"), worn IWB appendix strong side position 5) S&W 38 special revolver, Cobra Leather IWB holster, appendix cross-draw position
5'4" and 115 lbs: Springfield XDs, Looper "Betty" holster, worn at 11:00
5'4" and 118 lbs: M&P Shield 9mm, IWB PJ Holster (30 degree "deep concealment" cant), 4:00 position (with light cover garment or t-shirt that's not skin tight)
5'4" and 117 lbs: Ruger LC9, Flashbang Bra Holster (bra size: 32C & "works best with more expensive push-up bras")
5'4" and 120 lbs: SIG P938, Remora no-clip IWB Holster, 4:00 position
5'4" and 120-125 lbs: S&W Shield 9mm, PJ Holster ("deep concealment" request), appendix carry  with 8+1
5'4.5" and 120 lbs: Glock 30,  IWB Crossbreed Supertuck Deluxe, 4:00 position
5'4" and 130 lbs: M&P Shield 9mm, High Noon Mr. Softy IWB, at 4 o'clock position
5'4" and 130 lbs: Ruger LCP, in a slightly modified IWB tuckable PJ Holster - generally at appendix, but sometimes in the PJ holster in a purse or modified for bra carry ("I took my dremel and kind of turned it into the invisible Velcro option. I clip it on the strap between the cups & it works well for a higher scoop t-shirt for me. I can reach in and draw pretty fast, and I'm a 34 B")
5'4" and 134 lbs: M&P Shield 9mm, in a Kangaroo Carry (Standard II) ("that I have adapted with a seam ripper and a little sewing to fit in the "flashbang" area on my chest. It has been the most comfortable & easiest to use holster I have found, but it still doesn't work with everything and you have to practice with the draw")
5'4" and 140 lbs: M&P Shield 9mm, PJ Holster kydex IWB (with over-the-top clip), 4:00-5:00 position (with Galco nylon Coyote 1.5" belt)
5'4" and 150 lbs: Glock 27, Undertech Compression Shorts ("works for almost any outfit I want to wear & they're not gun-specific, so you can carry different guns. I also just bought the Looper Ava IWB holster, and I'm loving it so far. I carry just to the right of the small of my back")
5'5" and 140 lbs: Glock 19, IWB PJ Holster (30 degree "deep concealment" cant), 4:00 position (with sleeveless vest). ("I also use a Remora Holster")
5'5" and 147 lbs: M&P Shield 9mm, Crossbreed Mini Tuck IWB holster, 4 or 5 o'clock position
5'5" and 160 lbs: 3 carry pistols: 1) Kahr PM 9 - appendix carry, strong side, in an IWB Ace Case. 2) Kahr P380 - appendix carry, strong side, in an IWB Ace Case. (Those methods work with jeans/shorts with a belt). 3) Springfield XD9 3" barrel - in a Galco Classic shoulder holster. 4) Springfield XD9 3" barrel - in a Galco belly band worn high, directly under the breast. (This works well in the winter with a scarf or in scrubs) (40 yrs old, medium build w/hourglass figure - wide hips and bust and very short waist)
5'5" and 180 lbs: Beretta Nano 9mm, Crossbreed Mini Tuck, just behind right hip
5'5" and 189 lbs: Ruger LCR, Simply Rugged silver dollar pancake holster, OWB ("I am curvy and wear it just about near the appendix outside the waistband. It carries close to your body. The gun fits securely inside and won't go anywhere. Just a very small print with a T-shirt")
5'5.5" and 155 lbs: Glock 19 with a pink Old Faithful IWB holster that sits behind right hip
5'6" and 113 lbs: Taurus Millennium PT 111, Crossbreed Supertuck ("but will be trimming it down to a Combat Cut b/c the upper part of the holster bends over"), worn in 4-5 o'clock position
5'6" and 115 lbs: Ruger LCP, IWB Blackhawk Holster, in front of right hip OR carried with a Passport belly band/waistband concealment system ("I like the belly band very much, though it can be hot in the summer, and it can poke me in the back on occasion. I modified the belly band to carry my weapon upside down for and easier draw"). For open carry or wintertime, Springfield XDM .40 in an OWB locking Blackhawk holster
5'6" and 125 lbs: Springfield EMP 9mm in a Remora IWB Holster ("with homemade elastic waistband w/ non-sticky Velcro sewn on  (very comfy) to go with it - works with everything except a dress") OR in a Vera Bradley hipster purse ("with a GTM holster inside a custom built plastic enclosure made out of the plastic cover used for 3 ring binders, sticky Velcro, and duct tape. I know it sounds hokey but it works really well") ("I despise belts! and I'm not chesty enough for a Flashbang") PHOTOS PROVIDED BY LIST PARTICIPANT:

5'6" and 150 lbs: Kahr CM9, Looper Ava IWB Holster, canted all the way forward, about 4 o'clock position. Also uses Remora Holster for quick errands ("but it doesn't hold as close to the body")
5'6" and 160 lbs: Ruger LCP (summer carry) in a customized Flashbang bra holster ("usually with a VS 34A padded bra--pretty sure it's "body" model. I had to customize some to make it work for a smaller chest size (when I first tried it the snap stuck out a bit)"). For winter carry: Springfield XDS or M&P Shield in a Remora Holster (at about 30 degree cant), IWB at 4:00 position OR sometimes in front coat pocket in the Remora ("if leaving coat on such as running errands") (Car trips I really love the Remora since I can quickly take the holster out of my pants and wedge it between the seat and center console and then pop it back in when I arrive before I get out of the car") For hiking: M&P compact in the Hybrid Holster from Looper Brand
5'6" and 190 lbs: S&W .38 Special Airweight in a Mika Pocket Holster
5'6" and 218 lbs: Taurus 709, Flashbang Bra Holster (bra size: 42C) and Remora Ankle Holster (works in professional office & wears business casual most days).
5'7" and 135 lbs: SIG P238, Looper "Betty" holster, appendix carry on strong side
5'7" and 145 lbs: M&P Shield (or Walther PK380) in a leather "Mag-Jic" Magnetic Waistband Holster, worn at about 5:00 position ("you can position the cant however you want & to whatever angle feels most comfortable. The magnet is super strong and it's easier than most clips I've tried to put on & take off. Works well if you don't like wearing belts or if your pants/shorts/skirt don't have a strong waistband") PHOTOS PROVIDED BY LIST PARTICIPANT:
"Mag-Jic" Magnetic Waistband Holster
5'7" and 168 lbs: Glock 26 or Glock 45, RCS Vanguard 2, carried either appendix or about 4 o'clock
5'7" and 190 lbs: Springfield XDS 45, Alien Gear Holster, 4:00 position
5'8" and 139 lbs: I did a lot of searching to find a purse that I liked and could adapt for concealed carry. I found one with a separate outside pocket that was big enough for my holster & gun (with quick access), and it's absolutely perfect. I'm using the holster out of a Gun Tote'n Mamas purse (the Raven Bag was just too small for what I carry), and I'm also using the wire-reinforced strap from that purse. I used Aquaseal (from a dive shop) to glue Velcro inside the front purse pocket (to attach the GTM holster to), and it's as secure as the GTM purse. The front pocket on my purse has a magnetic closure and is completely snag-free for drawing.
5'8" and 165 lbs: Beretta Nano (with standard mag), carried at 5:00 with a Crossbreed MiniTuck OR at 4:00 with a Remora 4RT no-clip IWB holster ("around the house in sweats I appendix carry with my Remora") ("CCW is especially difficult because my 22 month old likes to tuck his feet into my waistband when I am carrying him")
5'8" and 160 lbs: Springfield XD 9 subcompact in a Crossbreed SuperTuck (combat cut) IWB at 4:00 or in a Versacarry in the small of the back. ("for OWB: Blackhawk Serpa, 4:00 position") (belt: Easy-Fit Original Instructor Belt by The Wilderness")
5'8" and 210 lbs: Kahr CW9 with a Houge Jr. grip in a Gun Tote'n Mamas  Portfolio Bag
5'8" and 211 lbs: Glock 26, Galco King Tuk, carried at 4:00 position
5'9" and 140 lbs: Glock 19, Galco IWB holster, worn at 4:00 position
5'11'' and 150 lbs: Walther PPK-S or Beretta Nano in a Hidden Hybrid Holster (no extra mag), 4:00 position
5'11" and 185 lbs: Ruger SP101 (2" spurless with CT lasergrip), Looper "Ava" IWB Holster, 4:00 Position


Glock 19, UNS "Undercover Special" holster by K.L. Null

4'10" and 95 lbs: SIG 238 was going to be CC gun until "I discovered that it is next to impossible for me to 'hide' a weapon on my body. I carry at 3:00 in a DeSantis 'The Maverick' holster, locked and loaded (open carry) (has very rare form of dwarfism called Russell-Silver Syndrome (RSS))
5'3" and 135 lbs: Springfield XDS .45, PJ Holster 15 degree, IWB (with Ares Gear belt) ("Incredible setup. Have tried many, many others and this is by far the easiest & most comfortable")
5'4" and 185 lbs: Glock 17, Milt Sparks IWB Holster, 3:00 position
5'4" and 190 lbs: Glock 19, cheap Glock sport  combat holster, strong side ("good in the Pacific Northwest with poncho or raincoat")
5'5" and 135 lbs: M&P Shield 9mm, Sentinel Concealment Gear EDC2 Holster, Appendix position (wearing Ares Gear Ranger belt)
5'6" and 120 lbs: Kel-Tec P32 in a pocket holster from Hedley Holsters, carried in front pocket
5'6" and 140 lbs: M&P Shield (or Glock 26) with a Desantis IWB holster (at 4:00) or Remora IWB holster (at 4:00 or 6:00) ("I like 6 o'clock only because I print the least in that position but every time I get in my Jeep I have to remove my firearm because it's uncomfortable at 6:00 when sitting")
5'6" and 150 lbs: Charter Arms Bulldog .44 special, Side Guard Holster ("Tuck Clip"), worn appendix on left side ("if you are slim like me it is very comfortable and conceals well")
5'7" and 138 lbs: Glock 19 in a kydex PJ Holster, IWB at 1:00 appendix position or in a Crossbreed Belly-Band w/ kydex holster (same position, when not wearing a gun belt). ("also always carry a spare mag in a PJ's mag carrier IWB at 8:00 position with a belt, or in the pouch of the belly band")
5'7" and 150 lbs: Kel-Tec P-11, using factory spring clip or a Remora Holster with sweat guard, both in appendix position (right side) (summer). Kel-Tec P-11 in right coat pocket (in winter).
5'7" and 155 lbs: Glock 26 or Glock 17 in a Fobus Paddle Holster worn OWB at 4:00 or a Glock 21 in a Blachkawk Serpa worn OWB at 4:00
5'7" and 164 lbs: M&P Shield, PJ IWB Kydex Holster (30 degree cant), at 4 o' clock position
5'7" and 177 lbs: Springfield XDS and 1911, CrossBreed SuperSlide and OWB Double Mag Carrier ("I dont care if I print, I care only for the ease to draw. Seconds count")
5'7" and 205 lbs: M&P Pro 5", Crossbreed Supertuck, 4 o'clock position
5'8" and 140 lbs: M&P Shield 9mm, PJ IWB Kydex Holster, 4:00 position
5'8" and 150 lbs: M&P Shield 9mm, Minotaur Spartan holster (similar to Crossbreed) at about 4:30 position
5'8" and 175 lbs: Glock 27, Crossbreed Supertuck Deluxe, IWB at 4:00 position ("with 1 spare regular flush mag in a kydex pouch clipped onto my belt OWB @ 8:00") ("The horsehide backing on the CrossBreed gets a little sweaty wearing it all day in the summer in Texas. I use Lexol leather conditioner on the horse hide of the SuperTuck once a month and that seems to keep the leather in the right condition of pliable vs. rigid")
5'8" and 185 lbs: Glock 19, RCS VG2 Holster, right appendix position ("This can be somewhat uncomfortable when seated unless I shift the weapon more horizontally")
5'8" and 190 lbs: M&P Shield .40 or Beretta Nano or S&W Bodyguard .380, in an IWB from Multi Holsters (with FBI cant), between 3 & 6 o'clock position 
5'8" and 200 lbs: M&P9c, G-Code INCOG holster, appendix carry strong side 
5'8" and 200 lbs: Glock 21, Blade-Tech IWB, 4:00 position
5'8" and 210 lbs: Charter Arms Undercover .38 in a Simply Rugged Silver Dollar Pancake at about 4 o'clock ("I also carry a Ruger P93 in a Sourdough Pancake or a Crossbreed Supertuck at 4:00")
5'8" and 280 lbs: HK45c in an OWB Kirkpatrick Leather Holster (Under Cover Model 2010), worn between 9 o'clock position with jacket and additional OWB CompTac Single Mag Pouch  (cooler weather). XDS45 in an IWB CompTac Infidel plus spare mag in the CompTac Single Mag Pouch (Minotaur Concealment Pouch) (warmer weather)
5'8" and 285 lbs: Glock 26, in right front pocket
5'9" and 135 lbs: Glock 19, IWB Jason Winnie holster, directly above right back pocket OR in a Galco Miami Classic Shoulder holster (with the new setup for mags)
5'9" and 140 lbs: M&P compact, Galco King-Tuk Hybrid Holster, IWB at 4:00 position ("very comfortable after a few weeks break in period)
5'9" and 150 lbs: Kahr CM9 in a Recluse Pocket Holster (in front, right pocket) or a Crossbreed Minituck at 4:00 position ("sometimes in winter: a Glock 19 in a Crossbreed Supertuck at 4:00")
5'9" and 162 lbs: Springfield XD .45 Compact w/ 10 round mag (summer) or Glock 17 (winter), Crossbreed Supertuck, small of the back
5'9" and 165 lbs: Kahr PM9 in a Galco "USA" model IWB holster (or occasionally a S&W J-frame with 2" barrel in a Galco UDA holster, "which is virtually the same holster except it has a reinforced mouth")
5'9" and 165 lbs: Glock 19, Crossbreed Supertuck, 4:00 position
5'9" and 165-170 lbs: Glock 19, RCS Vanguard 2, front and center IWB (summer carry)
5'9" and 165-170 lbs: Glock 19, RCS Phantom, 3 o'clock OWB (winter carry)
5'9" and 170 lbs: Kahr PM9 (w/ extended grip), Crossbreed Supertuck, IWB at 4:30 position (with slight forward cant)
5'9" and 170 lbs: Springfield XDS .45, Galco Tuck-n-Go Holster, IWB at 4:00
5'9" and 175 lbs: Springfield 1911 GI,  N82 (Nate Squared) Tactical Holster, small of the back
5'9" and 180 lbs: HK P2000SK .40, JM Custom Kydex Holster, OWB ("while not as convenient as a paddle holster, it is certainly more comfortable. I can even use it with shorts and a t shirt as long as the t shirt isn't too tight")
5'9" and 180 lbs: M&P Shield, PJ Holster (15 degree cant), IWB strong side at 3:30 position or 1:00 appendix position (plus extra PJ IWB mag carrier on opposite side) (summer carry)
5'9" and 180 lbs: Glock 19, OWB Desantis Leather holster, 3:30 or appendix 1:00 (spare mag in pocket) (winter carry)
5'9" and 185 lbs: M&P Shield, Crossbreed Supertuck, 5-5:30 position (& wears regular-fitting shirts as opposed to larger, more flowing shirts)
5'9"and 190 lbs: IMI Jericho (compact version with polymer frame), Fobus kydex paddle holster, OWB at 4:00 ("A petite person would not be happy with this set up, but at 5’9” and 190 lbs, I find it quite comfortable")
5'9" and 190 lbs: Ruger LC9 (or LCP or SR9C) in a Crossbreed Minituck, IWB at 3:00 position ("don't even know it's there after whole days of wear. It just works!")
5'9" and 215 lbs: Glock 19 w/ extra G17 mag, G-Code INCOG holster, appendix carry
5'9" and 220 lbs: Glock 23, Comp-Tac Infidel holster, at 3 o'clock position (sometimes carries OWB in a Raven Phantom holster)
5'9" and 225 lbs: Kimber 1911 full size or Sig P229, Galco leather OWB, 4 o'clock position (w/ a jacket, leather vest, or light unbuttoned shirt over top (primary carry for 6+ yrs with no issues)
5'9" and 230 lbs: M&P 40 Compact in Blackhawk CQC Leather 3-slot Pancake worn on back, or Glock 22 in Blackhawk Serpa CQC on right hip (doesn't like IWB carry) 
5'9" and 230 lbs: S&W 642, Uncle Mike's Size 3 Pocket Holster, in front pocket of loose pants
5'9" and 250 lbs: Glock 27 in a Crossbreed, S&W Model 640 in a Mic Holster for 12:30 appendix carry, or SIG P238 in Galco Pocket Shot holster on strong side pants pocket
5'10" and 150 lbs: SIG P238, Old Faithful "Stealth" Tuck, 4 o'clock position
5'10" and 165 lbs: Walther PPQ 9mm, Foxx IWB holster, worn at about 4:00 position
5'10" and 175 lbs: SIG railed 1911/M&P 45/M&P Shield 9, Galco or Crossbreed tuckable holster, 4-4:30 position
5'10" and 183 lbs: S&W Model 469 9mm (old-school all-metal 12 rounds), Black Dog Concealment IWB holster (Kydex/leather), at 3 o'clock position
5'10" and 190 lbs: Beretta Nano, PJ Holster, IWB
5'10" and 195 lbs: Glock 17 rtf, DSG Arms Holster (with FBI cant)
5'10" and 200 lbs: Glock 23 in an Alessi Talon ("easy on and off but it acts like a fixed holster")
5'10" and 200 lbs: Springfield XD .40 subcompact, PJ IWB Holster ("deep concealment" forward cant), 3:00 position
5'10" and 200 lbs: Sig Sauer P938 in an IWB kydex holster from Multi-Holsters (15 degree forward cant) at 3:30 position.  For shorts and a T-shirt: Ruger LCP in an IWB kydex holster from "AHolster" (15 degree forward cant) at 3:30 position
5'10" and 213 lbs: Ruger LC9 in an IWB N82 Tactical Pro holster at 3:00 position or in a Valor Gear Ankle Holster
5'10" and 213 lbsRuger SR9C, Old Faithful Hybrid Holster (crossbreed look-a-like), IWB at 4:00 postion (in cooler weather)
5'10" and 240 lbs: Glock 21SF, Galco King Tuk, 3:00 position
5'10" and 250 lbs: Colt Lightweight Commander (or Colt Mustang) in Don Hume holster (with El Paso Saddlery belt), IWB on right hip. (spare mag goes on right hip in a Bianchi single mag carrier)
5'10" and 250 lbs:  M&P Shield 9mm, Crossbreed Supertuck, at 4 to 5 o'clock. Also has an OWB Desantis for winter carry. 
5'10" and 250 lbs: SIG P229 SAS, Galco Fletch high ride holster, 3 to 5 o'clock position
5'10" and 260 lbs: Glock 27, Crossbreed Supertuck
5'10" and 265 lbs: Glock 26 in an IWB Simply Rugged Cuda or a classic S&W 36 in a pocket
5'10" and 325lbs: S&W M&P40 full size, Galco King Tuck, 4 o'clock position
5'10" and 350 lbs: Glock 23, Crossbreed Supertuck Deluxe, 4:00
5'10.5" and 273 lbs: Walther PPQ .40, PJ Holster, IWB at 3:00 on right hip ("with Disse Amerihide belt")
5'11" and 160 lbs: 1911 in a custom OWB leather belt holster similar to the Bianchi Black Widow at 3:00 position or a Glock 23 in appendix carry with or without an Uncle Mike's neoprene IWB holster ("I always wear an over-shirt and a Ross Gunleather belt")
5'11" and 170 lbs: Springfield XDS or M&P Shield, Crossbreed Minituck, IWB canted 15 degrees
5'11" and 180-200 lbs: Glock 26 in a Galco Ankle Glove Holster (other guns occasionally carried via ankle holster: Beretta 92, Browning HP, all sizes of Glocks, and an H&K P7 PSP)
5'11" and 189 lbs: Kahr CW9 (w/6+1 mag) or Ruger LC9 (with Crimson Trace) in a Remora IWB (with full sweat shield),  held in place with Undertech "Undercover" belly band ("worn in back with left hand access (even though I'm right handed)") (PHOTO SHOWN BELOW)
5'11" and 190 lbs: Glock 19 & S&W 642 with Blackhawk Serpa CQC holsters, Ruger LCP with Fobus Evolution, all at 3 o'clock and all paddle holsters
5'11" and 205 lbs: HK45c in a Galco Belly Band ("this belly band holds up very well, seems to be well made, and works well over a t-shirt and then under a shirt") ("Sometimes I carry my Dan Wesson 1911 Valor V-Bob, and I also like the Deep Conceal Shoulder Harness")
5'11" and 213 lbs: SIG 229 Enhanced Elite, Galco Triton kydex holster, carried IWB
5'11" and 215 lbs: Kahr K9 or PM9 or T9 in an IWB PJ Holster (with closed loop) at 2:30-3:00 position OR in a Galco Ankle Glove (with calf strap)
5'11" and 220 lbs: PPS 9mm, Crossbreed Holster, 4-5 o'clock
5'11" and 220 lbs: M&P Shield, IWB Theis Holster (like a crossbreed), worn between 4 and 5 o'clock positions
5'11" and 230 lbs: M&P Shield .40 in Remora Micro Holster IWB at 7 o'clock (left hand shooter). Second choice is a Versacarry at 9 o'clock.  For back up gun: S&W Bodyguard in left rear pocket
5'11" and 255 lbs: Glock 19 in a TCB OWB Holster ("local AZ holster maker") at 2:00 position ("when out jeeping in the desert I almost always carry a Glock 22 in an open top IHL holster at the 4:00 position")
5'11" and 300 lbs: Kahr K9, Bianchi 6D ATB holster, in right front pocket (or a Ruger SP101 in a Bianchi holster in pocket)
6'0" and 136 lbs: M&P 9c in a Foxx Holsters "Little Fox" hybrid, carried at 7 o'clock position (since left-handed)
6'0" and 165 lbs: Glock 17, Desantis 106 B6, IWB at 5 o'clock position
6'0" and 178 lbs: Ruger LCP in Crossbreed Minituck or Ruger LCR in Crossbreed Supertuck, both at 3:00-4:00 position (for summer). Ruger LCR in front coat pocket in Desantis Nemesis holster, with a Glock 27 or Glock 19 in a SSS leather holster (for winter)
6'0" and 180 lbs: Beretta 92FS or FNP-9 or Ruger P345, with a Galco IWB holster at 4:00 position or a Blackhawk CQC holster at 3:00 position
6'0" and 190 lbs: Glock 19, G-Code INCOG holster (with Original SOE EDC belt), carried appendix
6'0" and 190 lbs: SIG P238 .380 (Desantis pocket holster), S&W .38 Magnum (Barsony Leather IWB holster with strong clip), or Beretta Nano (no name IWB holster from eBay with strong clip) - ("I've always had a problem with IWB holsters digging into my skin so I use all 3 holsters inside a pocket while wearing a floppy shirt or football jersey")
6'0" and 192 lbs: Springfield XDs .45 or Kimber Custom Crimson Carry II, in a Universal IWB by Akar, carried at 3:00
6'0" and 195 lbs: Glock 19 in a Remora no-clip holster at 4:00 position or a World War II Walther PP .32 in a shoulder holster "that's as old as the gun"
6'0" and 195 lbs: M&P 9mm (full size), in a CompTac Minotaur (right hand, forward cant). ("I carry the M&P 9mm in a Bravo Concealment Patriot holster when using the Streamlight TLR-1") - both worn in 4-5 o'clock position
6'0" and 200 lbs: Springfield XDS .45 in a Remora no-clip holster (no mods), at 3:00 position ("I have a Remora for all my carry guns")
6'0" and 200 lbs: Rock Island 45 Officer model, Foxx Hybrid Holster, 4 o-clock position
6'0" and 200 lbs: XD .45 Compact (w/ Pearce grip extension on 10 rounder) in a Fist #18 Paddle holster at 3-4 o'clock (with Beltman belt and 13 round mag as backup in kydex belt clip by Uli Gebhard) OR in a Blackhawk fanny pack (for warm weather or belt-less outfits)
6'0" and 210 lbs: M&P 45c in Crossbreed Quick Clip or Glock 22 in Aegis Shield Holster, both worn at the 3 o'clock position
6'0" and 220 lbs: Beretta Px4 Storm (9mm subcompact) or XDS 9mm in a Hidden Hybrid Holster (with a Galco horizontal mag pouch), 4:00 position
6'0" and 225 lbs: Kahr CM9, OWB in an Extreme Concealment Systems (ECS Cobra) Kydex holster ("one of the best on the market") in the 3-3:30 position (RH side)
6'0" and 230 lbs: Ruger LCP, Bays Leather Holster (with SOE low profile belt), IWB at 4 o'clock (with extra mag in pocket) 
6'0" and 230 lbs: M&P Shield 9mm, Remora Holster (standard, with sweat shield), on left hip at 8:00 position (left-handed). ("I am a construction project manager and use my truck as my office, in and out multiple times everyday, driving from job to job. I did have a Crossbreed IWB, was very uncomfortable for me while driving")
6'0" and 230 lbs: Glock 23, Galco Summer Comfort IWB, 4 o'clock
6'0" and 240 lbs: Glock 22, IWB Blade-Tech holster, 4:00 position (with a S&W Bodyguard .380 in right front pocket using a Recluse Pocket Holster)
6'0" and 260 lbs: Kahr PM9, Desantis Tuck holster, IWB in 4 o'clock position
6'0" and 260 lbs: Springfield XDsc .40, IWB Crossbreed SuperTuck ("combat cut" option & angled to furthest forward cant possible), 4:00 position
6'0" and 260 lbs: Springfield XDM .40 compact, Crossbreed SnapSlide at 3:00 or Crossbreed Supertuck at around 4:00. ("Crossbreed double mag holster on the left side at approx. 3:00. SnapSlide works very well with a longer cover garment or coat. The Supertuck works with any kind of cover")
6'0" and 300 lbs: Kahr PM9 (with flush 6 round mag), IWB PJ Holster with C-hook, 8:00 position (since left-handed) ("I keep a spare 8 round mag in my back pocket")
6'1" and 175 lbs: M&P9c, Raven Concealment VG2, Appendix or 4-5 o'clock depending on attire
6'1" and 187 lbs: M&P Shield, Remora IWB, at 4 o'clock position
6'1" and 188 lbs: Springfield XD 9 subcompact, Crossbreed Supertuck, 4:30 position
6'1" and 190 lbs: Springfield XDm Compact, White Hat Max Tuck holster, at 4:00 position
6'1" and 195 lbs: Glock 27, De Santis "Cozy Partner," (model #028), IWB at 4:00 position
6'1" and 205 lbs: M&P Shield 9mm, custom kydex paddle holster on a belt, OWB at about 3:30 position. For profession days: M&P Shield, N82 tuckable IWB, 3:30 position.
6'1" and 225 lbs: S&W 3953, Uncle Mikes IWB
6'1" and 230 lbs: M&P9c in an N82 Tactical Professional (IWB) at 4 o'clock
6'1" and 235 lbs: Glock 23, IWB Crossbreed Supertuck Deluxe
6'1" and 240 lbs: H&K P-2000, Milt Sparks holster, IWB at 4 o'clock (for full sized CCW)
6'1" and 240 lbs: Ruger LCP, Uncle Mike's #2 pocket holster, right front pocket, extra mag in USB thumb drive neoprene sleeve in left rear pocket (for ultra light carry)
6'1" and 260 lbs: Springfield XDS .45 in a Crossbreed Supertuck or a Taurus TCP in a Talon Wallet Holster
6'1" and 280 lbs: M&P Shield in an IWB Multi Holster (quick ship model) at 3:30 position, or an M&P 9mm (winter carry) in a Multi Holster's "Multi Holster" (set up for IWB carry) in 4:00 position, or a Sig Sauer STX 1911 in an Alien Hybrid Holster at 4:00, and an S&W 642 J-frame (back up gun) in a Desantis Nemesis Pocket Holster
6'1" and 285 lbs: .40 S&W PX4 Storm Sub-Compact, Crossbreed SuperTuck, IWB on hip
6'1" and 285 lbs: Glock 17, DeSantis Scorpion holster, IWB at pants side seam on right side (single extra Safariland mag pouch on left side at pants seam)
6'2" and 180 lbs: Sig Sauer C3 1911, Galco WB212 IWB holster, appendix carry at 2 o'clock or small of back at 5 o'clock
6'2" and 190 lbs: Glock 26, 36 or M&P Shield 9mm in a kydex appendix rig (either a "333 Kydex" rig or a Blade-Tech Nano IWB as an appendix rig) or a Glock 19 in a strong side IWB (kydex or leather) at about 4 o'clock (Kydex: Blade-Tech "Ultimate Concealment Holster" or Leather: UNS "Undercover Special" holster by KL Null) (PHOTOS PROVIDED BY LIST PARTICIPANT)
6'2" and 200 lbs: SIG p938 in the OWB holster that it came with, strong side
6'2" and 200 lbs: Glock 23, Blade-Tech Nano IWB or Crossbreed Supertuck, 4 o'clock position
6'2" and 220 lbs: Full size SIG P220, IWB Desantis rig, 4:00 position
6'2" and 220 lbs: Glock 30, N82 Tactical Holster, 4:00 position. For hot weather: Ruger LC9 in an Uncle Mike's Holster inside a cargo pants pocket
6'2" and 250 lbs: Glock 19, Crossbreed Supertuck, 3:00 position ("I'm a very stocky guy, so I'm able to completely conceal my gun with no adjustment to the cant")
6'2" and 270 lbs:  Glock 26 or Sig P220, Aker Flatsider holster, 3 o'clock position. 
6'2" and 270 lbs: S&W 642 in a Galco Ankle Glove (back up gun)
6'2" and 275 lbs: 1) S&W 640 in straight drop Don Hume IWB & Minuteman OWB Pancake, 2) 1911 in Lou Alessi Shoulder Rig, Sparks #1 Heritage, 3) KelTec P32 in Don Hume pocket holster, 4) Kahr P40 in Comp-Tac Kydex paddle, DeSantis Shoulder, and soon Comp-Tac Spartan (all worn at 3-4:00 position)
6'2" and 586 lbs ("no joke"): carries 2 guns every day - S&W 642 in a Blackhawk IWB holster carried inside a front pocket, and a Glock 17 or S&W 686 in a Maxpedition VersaPack that is always within reach ("bright red so it doesn't scream tactical. I have buttons and stuff on it so it looks like a camera bag") ("being as large as I am, I can hide all kinds of guns on my person")
6'3" and 214 lbs: Glock 19, Crossbreed Holster, 4 o'clock position
6'3" and 217 lbs: Glock 19, Theis IWB holster, 4:30
6'3" and 245 lbs: Glock 27, Crossbreed Supertuck IWB Holster
6'3" and 280 lbs: Walther PPQ, N82 (Nate Squared) Tactical Holster, on hip
6'4" and 130 lbs: Glock 19, Crossbreed Supertuck Deluxe (combat cut/horsehide), 5:00 position with pretty extreme forward cant
6'4" and 260 lbs: Glock 17 in RCS Vanguard holster, at 1:30-2:00 appendix position (with Ooak Leather gun belt, Rigger-made 2" rigger's belt or 5.11 TDU belt) (and 2 spare mags: BladeTech Millenium double at 8:00 or in single leather Bianchi IWB mag pouches)
6'4" and 270 lbs: RIA 1911 CCO .45acp, Adams Holsters Texas Rig, IWB 4:00 position
6'4" and 270 lbs: Kel-Tec P3AT, Desantis Nemesis, left front pocket (back up gun)

Glock 19, Three Thirty Three Kydex Holster, appendix carry 

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(by activity or situation)

For bicycle carry, one man on Facebook had this helpful input to share (thank you!!): "I'm an avid bike rider (roadie) and I carry my Kahr CW9 while riding. From a review that Falia did on the Remora I decided to purchase the Remora SS IWB for my Kahr. I tried to ride with it in my waist band on my bike shorts but it just felt loose all the time. Just not enough support with spandex. I saw an ad for a Belly Band holster and gave that a try. It kind of worked but was still lacking in support. What I do now is I incorporate the two of them and it works great. I put on the belly band across my stomach and then insert the Remora with the gun between the Belly Band in back (right around the small of my back). It feels comfortable, hardly prints at all (my wife follows me) and is accessible. It's not the quickest access but I don't feel unprotected. I don't ride with a round in the chamber. I would hate to have an accident on the bike and have it discharge if I fall on it somehow. The SS (Sweat Shield) completely protects the gun. I rode a metric century ride on a hot day. I was sweating very much but my gun was completely dry. When I got home I ran the Remora and Belly Band under water to rinse and they are perfectly fine." (PHOTOS PROVIDED BY LIST PARTICIPANT)

More advice for bicycle or exercise carry: Another man on Facebook had this advice to share (thanks!): "During the summer with shorts and a t-shirt or when working out, I carry the XDs 45. The ventilated belly band from the NRA store is one I keep going back to for running/biking/etc. Fits snug, but not too tight to interfere with the work out, and has some retention to it. Has been working great. They just don't last a long time."
Don't like wearing belts but prefer IWB carry? Look into the Remora no-clip Holster, Looper "Betty" Holster, Mag-Jic Magnetic Waistband Holster, and Sticky Holster

(and there are many, many more brands available)
POPULAR BRANDS: Galco, Desantis, Bianchi, Blackhawk, Safariland, Blade-Tech
LEATHER: Lobo Gun Leather, K.L. Null Holsters, TT Gunleather, UBG Holsters, Milt Sparks, Alessi Holsters, Mernickle Custom Holsters, Looper Brand, Aker Leather, Don Hume, Adams Holsters, Del Fatti Leather, High Noon Holsters, Falco Holsters, Jason Winnie, Side Guard Holsters, Barson Holsters, Ross Gunleather, Simply Rugged Holsters
KYDEX: PJ Holster LLC, Raven Concealment, Multi Holsters, 333 Kydex, PHLster, Off the Grid Concepts, G-Code, Aegis Amory, Grandfather Oak, JM Custom Kydex, Statureman Custom Holsters, Armordillo Concealment, AHolster
HYBRID and Leather/Kydex Holsters: Crossbreed Holsters, Comp-Tac, Garrett Industries, Fist Holsters, Looper Brand, Aegis Armory
OTHER MATERIAL: Remora Holsters, Uncle Mike's, Mika's Holsters, N82 Tactical, High Noon Holsters, Ace Case, Sticky Holsters, Falco
BRA HOLSTERS: Looper Brand "Flashbang" & "Marilyn" Holsters, Naturally Concealed bra holster
SHOULDER: Galco, Alessi, Kangaroo Carry
THIGH: Remora, Clament Custom Leather
ANKLE: Remora, Galco, Crossbreed, Gould & Goodrich, Alessi, Sticky Holsters
HOLSTER CLOTHING: UnderTech Undercover Compression Shorts, UnderTech Undercover Concealment Shirts & Tank Tops, River's West Jackets/Vests, Scottevest clothing
FANNY PACK & WAIST HOLSTERS: Smart Carry, Thunderwear, Pistol Wear Holsters, Falco Holsters, 5.11 Tactical, Desantis, Blackhawk, Galco, Bianchi
BELLY BANDS: NRA Ventilated Belly Holster, Galco Under Wraps Belly Band, Crossbreed Modular Belly Band, Pistol Wear, Falco Belly Band, Desantis Ambidextrous Belly Band, Vedder Holsters Belly Band, UnderTech Undercover

BELTS: Disse Amerihide, Looper Brand, Beltman, Crosstac, Crossbreed, Ares Gear, Zachs Gun Belts, Jones Tactical, A&G Custom Gunleather, Ooak Leather, 5.11 Tactical, Barsony Belts, The Wilderness, Ross Gunleather

CC PURSES: Gun Tote'n Mamas, The Concealment Shop, Roma Leather, Galco, Border Leather, Coronado, Falco, Concealed Chic Concealed Carry Purses on Etsy

Crosstac Lightning Belts
(View my Video Review on YouTube)
Concealed Carry Purse by "Concealed Chic"
on Etsy
(View my Video Review on YouTube)