JayG for evaluation. I'm not fond of the revolver IWB holsters I've tried, I'm trying to address those issues with this holster--mainly trying to minimize the protrusion of the cylinder on the back side of the holster. I put a U shaped leather spacer in behind the cylinder, to give it a flatter profile--it is a little better, but still not quite where I want to be. I think I can get there, but I need to work some more on how I set up the press I'm using for molding.
Working with this holster also brings me to some advice--don't get cheap leather if you want your holsters to look good, it is much harder to work with. The leather I used here was on sale at a fantastic price, but from now on I will stick with the better grades. I have been using that hide for experiments like this.