Thought I might share an experience I had pocket carrying last night that made me go hmmm. I was meeting an old friend (old band mate) at a "small venue" rock concert last night. I knew it was going to be HOT inside the place, so I wanted to travel light / pocket carry. My go to pocket gun is a SW 642, but for some reason I decided to blow the mothballs off my Kahr P9 Covert thinking the flatter profile (no cylinder bulge) might work better in a denim pants pocket. So the place was super packed, as in massive fire code violation packed. We were packed like sardines the entire time. I even moved more to the rear (further from the stage) thinking that there'd be a little more room, no such luck. Anyway, I'm enjoying the band and I hook my thumb on my pockets and feel a mag where it shouldn't be. Yep, the mag ejected. I know it was seated when holstered. So push it back in, feel a positive click. About 15 minutes later, I do a check and it's out again. When I got home I checked the gun and nothing seems to be problematic. The button is stiff and takes a some force to release with a fully loaded magazine. I also did a quick compare in the pocket between the Kahr and J frame, and really don't feel I gained much if anything. BTW the Kahr was carried in a DeSantis Nemisis holster in my left hand pocket. Obviously, left pocket exposes a traditional mag button more. Some takeaways I had: 1. Don't change something without testing / familiarizing yourself with it (even if it was a something familiar "years" ago) 2. If I were to begin using an auto with traditional pocket carry, I would look into trying a kydex style holster, which also protects the mag button. 3. Gives though to alternate style mag releases (HK / Walther paddle or heal releases) on a pocket gun. 4. Despite how much I enjoyed the band, I have much less tolerance of being "crowed" (putting it mildly) for 3 hours. Anyway, today back to normal and a G30 on my hip. Life is good. Thoughts / comments / criticism welcome. Wanna kill these ads? We can help!