Hey guys, I just recently got my CHL, a Glock 19, and a Galco KingTuk holster. I love the Glock, and the holster is nice and comfortable. Here's my issue. I've been practicing my draw a lot, and upward pressure on the gun in the holster will pull my pants up a couple of inches before actually coming out of the darn holster. It feels (and looks, I'm sure) awkward and goofy. It isn't too much of an issue if I really rip the gun out of the holster as fast as I possibly can, but it's impossible to draw at anything less than 110% speed without this happening. I want to be able to practice at 50-75% speed for a while to really get the motion into muscle memory before getting faster, and I just can't do it. I loosened the Kydex a bit with some heat, to the point where if I'm holding the holster in my hands and turn it upside down, the gun will fall out. Of course there's still plenty of retention when it's inside my waistband, but no matter how loose it is, the path of least resistance as I draw is still to pull my pants up before the gun actually comes out of the holster. It draws perfectly if I lightly hold some of the fabric of my pants down with my weak hand so that it can't come up. What should I do? I'm a bit over 5'9" and 130 lbs. This happens no matter how tight or loose my belt is. Problem is, my torso simply isn't any wider than my waist until my ribcage starts. I just thought of adding some rubber or roughing up the smooth leather that sits against my body so that it grips better and doesn't slide up as easily. Good idea? Other suggestions? Thanks for any help! UPDATE: I still have the issue after getting a gun belt. Seems it's just because the holster is tightly curved around my 28" waist. Considering others that aren't quite as wide... See posts on second page. Wanna kill these ads? We can help!