Ah, ok, so new to concealed carry -- permit is still 'processing'. So in the meantime, I ordered a CompTac CTAC holster. I heard alot of good reviews between that and the MTAC. Chose the CTAC because I didn't kow how bulky the leather backing of the MTAC was... and it was a lil cheaper. So, this holster came with the 'new' style belt clips that are supposed to be a much needed improvement over the old ones. I have no experience with the prior, but these have a firm hold on my belt (1.5inch). I put on the tightest pair of jeans I own (the ass almost went out when I stopped over to pick up my magazine) to see exactly how well the holster fits. It's a box! The inside of the box! WTF? They included candy? Ok, this is where I was a little concerned. $75 for a holster that's made with paper thin plastic, a little leather, and some allen head bolts. Someone was making a hell of a lot of money with this markup... Then it made sense, I slid my G19 into the holster and WAM. Like a glove. Now I could see the benefits of the slim plastic and the way the leather was attached to the holster. It makes for a very slim profile. Although then, the plastic was actually pretty strong and held snug against my glock. I don't think the holster was designed for glocks with a enlarged mag release on the side. The plastic without tension is pretty close to the release. I was thinking that if you had tucked in your pants the release COULD be activated with one wrong twist of the body. Just holding the plastic tight around my glock was enough to eject my mag. It's ok, I wasn't a huge fan of it anywaz. Stock mag release to be re-installed. Ignore the bathroom, and ignore the sloppy dress. It's West TN, the weather sucks donkey cock and this is typical wear when I don't give a rats ass. I left my keys in my right pocket for reference of profiling or printing. T-shirt quickly tucked in using a half-assed one hand approach. All in all, I'm very pleased with the way the holster fits -- and I havn't even chagned the cant or belt clips in any way. Once wedged between your side and belt, the holster clamps pretty firm on my glock and it doesn't deform after I draw. Re-holstering was easy.