This is my preferred method of carry for conceal carry. My 2 choice of CC weapons is a 2nd gen Glock 19 and a S&W J frame model 36 .38sp snubnose. For the S&W.38sp I use a Winthrop leather cross draw holster. For me it seems to be the most comfortable and easiest for concealing on the .38sp. I would like to match the motion with the Glock 19. To give a best description of how I carry and how the OWB holster rides on the .38sp, I am right handed and when carrying, the heal of my right hand when on the grip is touching my belt buckle. The holster is on the left hand side of the belt buckle. Looking for leather. Thinking the muzzle should be at about the 4 o'clock position for the Glock19. I have a shoulder rig and a Blackhawk CQC Serpa for the Glock but like the cross draw the best. Looked a little bit at a show this weekend, got bored with it and did not buy. Does anyone else carry like this, my shoulder seems to be a bit limited motion wise to reach back for a pancake to the rear of my hip, my body shape is oval and not round so concealing in front is easy. Had a holster salesman that was selling some really butt ugly leather and kydex holsters trying to tell me that I am going to be painting a 100* arc with the muzzle if I carry cross draw style. He started regurgitating some FBI study he read about cross draw and then did a simulated wide sweep with his arm to demonstrate his point, I almost started laughing at him. When I draw from cross draw, the gun comes out at about a 10o'clock position to about chest level with the muzzle pointed at the ground and then it is rolled and presented. Quick and compact. Note: checked the archives, zero hits.