I have been shooting for a LONG time but only recently got my CCL and G19 to go with it. I have now purchased two IWB holsters and I am wondering a basic question: How much comfort should I really expect? I'm in Wisconsin and I don't want to open carry. Too many possible "issues" with that (in my opinion). I'm about 6' to 6'1" and about 270 lbs so I have a bit of a gut on me. I know that is going to be something of an issue. I feel like it's best for me if I can carry strong side at about 1 o'clock to 2 o'clock position. That seems most comfortable so far. The Sof-Tuk I bought is easy to adjust for the best possible cant. The other holster is perfectly vertical. But in both cases, I can feel the end of the barrel (and holster) kind of digging into my thigh / groin -- especially if I climb stairs or bend over. The most comfortable so far seems to be the Sof-Tuk with a lot of cant so that the butt of the gun ends up at about 3 o'clock and the gun is as close to horizontal as it can be in the waistband. But the end of the holster/barrel is still digging into my groin / thigh. Is that considered normal? Is that just part of carrying? Or am I missing something in the setup? Help me figure out if this is just something I'm going to have to deal with in order to carry and feel safe --- or if there is some "trick" or something that I'm missing. Thanks in advance!!!