Which one?For me my EDC is my S&W PPK/s in my Don Hume pocket holster, it sits comfortable all day long. With quick snag free drawing.
Your assumption are correct, once i arrived home i remove it for storageI don't know enough about any of this yet, but this seems like an excellent holster for my use. It will go in my right pants pocket (upper or lower, they're "cargo pants"), will cause a "lump", but so does my phone and other stuff already, it looks great, and you've already given me your thoughts.
I think it's a perfect answer.
I assume the gun only stays in it while you're carrying; when you get home, you remove the gun for any storage. Yes?
PeterA I have no use for those lite polymer 2.75 inch barrel guns. For one they produce more recoil, in most cases the velocity is Going to be reduced, they are to small for my hands. With my Don Hume holster the print of my pocket looks a wallet, carrying my PPK/S with the flush magazine only adds to my concealment, and it fits my hand. The draw back to a IWB holster i find is that you need a Tee-shirt to keep the leather off of my skin, then i need a outer shirt to keep it concealed.
Every shooter is different, the Kahr may be more comfortable for YOU, i have no use for it. If it’s not made out of Steel, with a 3.75 inch barrel i wont have anything to do with it.The Kahr P380 is more comfortable to shoot than the Walther PPK/S. I had written previously on the blowback design versus locked breach. The Ruger LCPII is not as comfortable. I would compare the LCPII to the PPK/S as far as being snappy.