I was going through my holster drawer and decided that maybe someone would get some benefit from my experience. Sure a bunch of you guys have a bunch of holsters and we can probably all learn from each other's experiences. And there seem to always be holster posts, so this might help. I'd be interested to see what you guys have tried and liked...and didn't like.
This is the QCC Concealed holster from JM4 Tactical. It's in IWB with a VERY strong magnet. I bought it mainly to wear with gym shorts, or something that might not have a belt. Pros is it's pretty comfortable and very easy to get on/off. Cons are that it sits a little low in the waist band, and it's pretty pricey for what it is. The quality is good though. Pics are with my Glock 43. Last one is with the holster stuck to the gun safe. The magnet is STRONG.
Next up is a DM Bullard combat holster. Glock 43 again. I love this guy's stuff. Very high quality. It's OWB. Pros are it's very quality and very comfortable. Cons are that it's not as concealable as some, but it does ride high.
This is the Remora holster. Actually does what is says. Stays in place pretty well w/o a clip. Pros are it's pretty comfortable, very concealable, very easy on and off, and cheap. Cons are it scares the hell out of you when you wear it. You just don't feel like it's going to stay where you put it. Good in a pinch, but not for everyday use.
This is the StealthGear holster. It the design of the Crossbreed and the Comp-Tac. I've owned both of those in the past and this one is more comfortable than those two, but I still struggle with IWB. I just can't find the right place where it's comfortable to stand and sit. It's one or the other...or neither. Pros are it's breathable, much cooler than the leather versions. Cons are the price and comfort, but it's still better than the other 2 clip IWBs I've tried.
For the PM40, I tried a DM Bullard Dual Carry...the El Camino of holsters. You can move the clips to make it IWB or OWB. Pros are great DM Bullard Quality, reinforced opening, and it makes for a great OWB holster that you can put on w/o removing your belt. Cons are it's not simple to move back and forth from OWB to IWB. Not hard, but requires a screwdriver, so not something you're going to do on the fly. And it sits a little low when used OWB.
When I have to be 100% concealed, I pocket carry an LCP. I don't like the caliber but a small gun on you is better than a big gun at home and 4 days out of 7, I absolutely cannot be made carrying. I tried the cheap pocket holsters but my new favorite is the Recluse. Pros are no printing whatsoever and a fully protected trigger when in the holster. It's also very well made. Good quality. Cons are it's a tad slower to remove from the pocket and it's pricey for a pocket holster.