Whether you are military law enforcement or a responsible armed citizen finding the best concealed carry holster will defend on the type of weapon being used and the preferred style of carrying the weapon. There are holsters made to fit every weapon from a Colt 45 1911 to a Smith & Wesson 38 snub nose.
Concealed holsters are made from a wide variety of materials including leather polymerase and other types of plastics, as well as metal and cloth. All of them are designed for a specific type of concealed carry such as tucked inside the waistband, or behind the back in a horizontal position, or on the right or left side on the hip in the traditional manner, or under the arm such as the detective might carry their weapons.
The way in which the weapon is carried will help to determine the style halter that should be used. Although, a concealed carry holster has a lot to do with the operator's preference, it must feel comfortable wearing a holster, as well as drawing and returning the weapon to its proper place. So, the best concealed carry holster is one that will not interfere with individual’s freedom of movement, as well as allow them to quickly and easily access their weapon for deployment.