for the last five years i have been carrying my big beretta 92 concealed in a rig so comfortable .... even while sitting, working, driving ... that i often have to touch it to see if i remembered to strap it on that morning . so comfortable, in fact that now i just wear it no matter the plans for the day . previously i had favored small of the back rigs .... but they are useless when driving .. painful. clumsy, and too slow in case of a car jacking .
it is just a simple elastic belly band ... but WORN HIGH AROUND MY CHEST ... gun is in a pouch under my left armpit ... no "" imprint " , no pain, no clatter .... mine is from ACE in Missouri ( $ 25 ) with industrial velcro fastening ... , but there are many on the market . some have mag pouches, wallet pouches, etc . i have converted several friends with full size 1911, even a llama hi cap 1911 fat gripper .. oh, if you work upside down it would be good to buy or add a little safety retainer strap around the grip .
for me this is light years ahead of about 8 other rigs i have tried . major advantages are that the gun is invisible to prying eyes and even the wearer . so unobtrusive that you might even have a gun when you need it ... there is that comparison to parachutes, you know. ( g ) . ...the same pouch works fine with my beretta 92, my ruger single six revolver, and my medium makarov .
oh, the down side ... about 1.6 seconds slower to draw over open carry ... you have to not button your throat button on your shirt .. also if you are wearing only tank top t shirts you might be better off with a THUNDERWEAR rig .... and opposed to leather, there is probably a life span to the elastic ... mine is losing stretch after 5 years of constant daily wear ... oh, the high ride use is not suitable for gals , but the original belly band position should be considered .
hoping this helps , just another option ......... ken