3 or 9, depending on hand, is the most versatile standing or sitting.Personally, I prefer to have my holstered handgun where it can be literally under my elbow - retention and accessibility.
Also think that the 4-5:00 position is more likely to offer more opportunity for hip injury in a fall as well as being very difficult to draw from a seated position.
It surely could interfere with your girlish figure.Most of the time I carry at about 330.
Body size, holster, firearm type, spacing of the belt loops all have a bearing where the firearm position is.
A true 3 o'clock position is right on my hip bone not very comfortable for me.
You were doing great until your last sentence. Where is that country and/or state? And, buy the why, is it Day-wear or Swim-wear?Body size and shape has a huge influence on how, where and how comfortable it is to carry a handgun.
Along with the size shape and weight of the firearm.
Then one adds in any physical difficulties or limitations they can change the equation also.
That is why some of us have a draw full of holsters and safes full of guns.
Because one size or one type doesn't do it all.
That is the great thing about living in a free county and a free state.
You were doing great until your last sentence. Where is that country and/or state? And, buy the why, is it Day-wear or Swim-wear?
By law, not just federal law, but Constitutional law, as in "the supreme Law of the Land," no states are authorized to infringe on the right of the people to keep and bear arms. Yet they do, and the courts have allowed them to get away with it through faulty interpretation of a very simple and straightforward Amendment.As far as I know there are more states then not that have no limits on the number of guns one can buy and possess.
2 O'clock high. Used to be 3 O'clock low with my tactical holster.And where is the place or position you wear your holster.