I tried one of these out with a mil-spec 1911a1. I used it to carry the gun into the woods where we had our private range set up and to run some basic draw and shoot drills. I was wearing the exact same pants the man in the picture is wearing, it might not have been so bad if I was wearing jeans. The walk in (about 10 min) resulted in the business end of the pistol rubbing the side of my leg raw. The sight also ripped a pretty nasty hole in my pants when I stood back up from rummaging through my range bag for target clips. I still can’t figure out exactly how the sight made contact with my pants. The first fast draw from the holster hurt, the sight scratched my leg and also rubbed on the already raw part of my skin but the gun game out alright. After removing my pants, wrapping my thy in an ace bandage I keep in my range bag and putting everything back on I tried again. This time, though probably from a bad draw angle, the sight caught in the holster and I came to an abrupt halt hard enough that if I hadn't been indexing my finger on the side of the gun I would have pulled the trigger. That was the last time I drew from it. I switched to an old leather holster from my bag and finished the day with that. Promptly returned the holster the next day and never looked back.