938 SAS in front with a Sticky holster.
I have several brands of pocket holster. Like Sticky the most. For me the bigies are covering the safety, and staying put in the pocket when drawing the gun.
Some will move easily.
If I feel the need to carry somewhere that I'm not supposed to carry I use a holster similar to the one fpuhan pictured, with a P938. Usually in my back right pocket or a cargo pocket. When I worked at night I carried like this every day........er....night.
Regardless of how you carry, all the examples in this thread show the pistol protected by a sleeve or holster that covers the trigger guard. This is essential to safety.
I prefer a belt holster for my primary emergency defense carry pistol, mainly so that the firearm can be drawn and re-inserted into the holster with one hand, and without looking at it during the draw or reinsertion cycles.
If you're looking at your holster trying to locate it or fit it back in to the holster, you're not looking for the next threat. And never forget, bad guys often work in groups rather than alone.
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