For leather holsters I use Galco. For kydex holsters I use Bladetech.
I'm a big fan of the Galco Concealable:
-or- what's known as "Mexican" carry: No holster, inside-the-pants, especially for the larger .45.
I also like the Fobus line of paddle holsters: Cheap and comfortable and easy to get on and off with a minimum of fuss.
I believe, however, that I'll have to find a very comfortable, very concealable shoulder holster, at least a weak-side draw if not a double. I ride a motorcycle, and if it should ever happen that I have to present while riding, all I have is my left hand...my right hand may have to remain on the throttle. My Lovely Bride refers to me as "Scenario Boy" since I tend to envision every concievable scenario that might occur when making preparations, and this is one of the results of those ruminations. I'd be interested in suggestions from anyone with real-world shoulder-holster experience.
You are correct in that I do live in New Jersey. However, the law here is that I can legally carry in my own home, as well as at my place of business (assuming a fixed location...not a car) without a permit. I choose to take advantage of those few Liberties as often as I am able, most especially when I have company, as I view it my responsibility to provide for their protection while they are my guests. I have had occasion to confront a lurker with a sidearm, which ended without incident, and I reported the incident to my local police immediately afterward. No problem, as I remained on my own property the whole time. There was an incident here, in my small home town with the teeny, tiny crime statistic, where a neighbor was assaulted by the local "Kwickie Mart" employee. Attacked and hit her with a rock because he "wanted to hug her".Correct me if I'm wrong, but aren't you from the PRNJ? Certainly you aren't suggesting that you'll be breaking the law by carrying without a permit, are you?