My daily carry is a Glock 43 in FDE with a N82Tactical IWB "Professional" holster. The holster is a leather piece with molded plastic that holds the gun to it. The leather covers the entirety of the gun so it makes it the most comfortable IWB carry I've ever tried. I've found myself home, lounging on the couch and then realizing I'm still carrying because I forgot it was there. I also have a Glock 19 with a CrossBreed holster but it is much larger and not nearly as comfortable.
In the past I've carried a Glock 42 (but got tired of the FTF's and general pickiness of ammo). Once I realized how little size difference there was, I bumped to the Glock 43 and 9mm caliber.
Currently I carry my Shield 9mm in a IWB holster.
Hopefully by the end of the week I will be carrying a Kimber Master Carry Ultra in an Alien Gear Cloak Tuck 3.0.
I put 100 rounds through it this weekend with no issues.
I will definitely shoot it more. As far as carrying goes though, I'm not worried about it failing.
I'm anal about keeping my firearms clean, so it definitely won't gum up from 15 rounds when I need it.
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