First off, love the map in the background. And the 1911 .45 Auto. Although something looks “off” on it to me, but then again, I’m not a 1911 aficionado.
I do know that undescribed holster is a poor, poor choice and I’ll tell you why: It will collapse upon itself when you draw, making reholstering challenging at best. And in classes, I’ve seen plenty of students with these and similar holsters use the muzzle of the gun to “pry” open the holster to get that muzzle started back into its happy little home. The only problem lies in that they are to tunnel-visioned in on reholstering that they completely ignore how their muzzle is pointed at their hip. Oh yeah. There’s one or two of these people every class.
And then there’s the issue of retention. If Mark pulls his pants down for restroom visits, or changing at the gym or whatever, that 1911 pistol will slide right out. If he’s in a public facility, hopefully it won’t slide under the divider into the next stall.
Or it might take a bath in the toilet. That would be bad enough. But if he’s in a porta-potty, he might have to go fishing in the blue pond to retrieve his Roscoe.
Anyone here ever lost a gun into the drink while going potty?