It's a leather holster - it's what you're looking for, right? High end quality, comfortable to wear, and nestles your gun just right - fits like a glove, right? Well, perhaps. Do not be afraid to get aggressive when breaking in the holster. I used denatured alcohol, probably too much. Read the tips Craft Holsters sends out in their newspaper (or online?) and be both patient & persistent. After being successful with breaking in this holster for my LCP II (significantly different than the LCP - ask me how I know), I went back and was able to "break in" a similar holster for my S&W MP40C and Colt 1911. I now have three useable holsters that were destined for that infamous "holster drawer" (actually, I use a box).