With the BORAII, it normally hooks on the pocket as you draw at an angle, but there is no problem pulling it off if need be,
either using your thumb or grabbing the hook area. Like I said before, you can also attach a belt clip to the bottom outside eyelet for IWB. I do that sometimes.
I like my ELITE #1 pocket holster. Works well for me. I only carry in a jacket or coat pocket. During summer I use a Remora Tuckable IWB holster. I also have a Remora pocket holster. As long as the trigger is covered you are fine. :thankyou:
The boraii is top notch quality but I have 2 grievances.
1. It clips in really tightly and does not release easily enough to remain in my pocket. This may be alleviated with use.
B. It prints like crazy. It is pretty obvious that I am not excited to see anyone. This could be taken care of by attaching a piece of - something, to break up the silhouette.
I'm still on the lookout, thanks guys for the many suggestions.
I've been a pretty big fan of the Desantis Superfly holster for pocket carry, specifically for back-pocket carry with my P32's. I have one that is worn all to heck but still works great. I really need to get another new one sometime - I gave my last new one to my uncle for Christmas with my other 1st Gen P32, which he loves. Easy draw, lightweight, reasonably thin, stays in the pocket like it should, not difficult to put into place or to take it out when you want, keeps sweat off the pistol nicely, pretty durable, doesn't cost a whole lot, the anti-print panel comes off if you want or you can adjust its position with the Velcro attachment if you desire ... just all kinds of things to love about it.
(Not my gun or holster in the pic, but my hard-chromed 1st Gen P32 looks and fits the same.)