I notice several posts raving about how great the Braveheart is. Like most people who carry concealed, I have a boxfull of holsters that I have bought and tried but they did not meet expectations, including a Mitch Rosen ARG. So now, I am much more hesitant to buy without trying first. My only kydex holster is a Sidearmor 15 degree IWB for a Glock 19/23/32. It is a quality holster, the draw is fast, however I can't wear it for more than 2 minutes while moving around or walking, before my tucked in shirt is untucked around the holster. To prevent this I would have to wear a belt so tight I couldn't breathe. Is this common for other folks with a slightly oversize torso build ? Is there any reason the Ky Tac Braveheart (for a 1911) would be any different than the Sidearmor? I sometimes carry my Glock in a cheap belt clip IWB and it does as good as anything I've tried, but of course it is not very stable. I know there are numerous excellent OWB holsters for the 1911, but they are not as concealable as IWB. Here in Indiana we have a lot of hot humid weather in the summer, and a loose fitting t-shirt is the most I can stand to wear. Any feedback is appreciated. Thanks.