There is really no right or wrong holster, just what works best for you. Most people, unless they got lucky on the first try, have a box of holsters that 'just don't fit right'. That is not to say that a certain holster is bad or junk... it's just not right for you. The right holster for you will depend on a delicate balance of support, comfort, and functionality for the method of dress you are wearing at that time...it's all trial and error. I have a few different holsters that I use depending on what I am wearing; and that is only for one weapon. I carry different firearms depending on my dress and climate so the holster changes yet again. Once you find your comfort spot it is a lot easier to adapt to a 'correctly fitting' holster for a different weapon rather quickly because you know what you are looking for. I really wish I could offer you more info but what works for one person does not necessarily work for the other so I left out the specifics of my carry.