BTW...the new holster has no name. I have pictures, but can't think of a name that doesn't sound dopey. I tried *flapjack* (a play on being a pancake holster), J-cake, Comet (was that an old Ford?), Snakebite, ...but none of them grabbed me.I mulled it over, trying desperately to come up with something clever that would fit in with the DL Classic and the Fugly, as well as being evocative of function, IMHO. Then I put it on, and the name jumped out at me: FlatJack (like it? Hate it? Got a better name? Let me - and Dennis - know!). It's a play on the type (pancake) with a tip 'o' the hat to the functionality.
Give it a name Brother...seeing that you have #1, and you provided the model for it, you earned naming rights for this one. :-)
I've got another pancake holster, a nice Galco for my SW99. I like how the pancake style holds the holster close against the body so that it can be easily concealed by a nondescript cover garment (IOW, you don't need a parka to hide it). This holster positively shines in that aspect:
Nice and Flat
I think this might just be the runaway hit of the summer! As we say here in MA, looks like a winnah!That is all.