A long time ago I came to realize that due to my abnormal physical structure the standard waist holster wouldn’t do it for me. My arms are way too long for my torso and just placing my hand on a pistol in a standard IWB holster puts my elbow above my shoulder. Trying to draw said pistol puts my elbow higher than my ear. Very awkward.
So about 20 years ago I came to realize that the cross draw holster was the best solution for me.
My draw sequence from the cross draw starts with grasping the grip, drawing straight from the holster with the thumb of the support hand contacting the top of the thumb of the firing hand at about the time the muzzle clears the holster.
At this point the pistol is pointed at the ground at a point just to the left of my left foot. I then swing the pistol towards the target by rotating my forearm (not by swinging my forearm). The pistol’s point of aim follows a straight line on the ground between the point by my left foot right to the target. As I do this the thumb of the supporting hand follows the thumb of the shooting hand.
At this point the pistol is pointed either at the target or at the ground just in front of it. Next, I present the pistol by extending both arms, twisting the shooting hand into the supporting hand which is wrapping itself around the shooting hand as I am disengaging the safety and acquiring my sights.
I’m not sure how this works for most people – I have been doing it for a couple decades to where it feels natural and even comfortable.
As for this particular holster – I’d rather have a regular cross draw with the grip a little higher and with a standard belt attachment. I usually wear mine a bit further to the left. It leaves the muzzle pointing off the edge of my seat and in this position the seat belt runs over the holster but under the pistol grip.