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B&B's Dr. Doolittle.
You made a great choice in the Sig P365X, I’m sure it will serve you well. In the big picture of things, that manual safety isn’t going to hurt anything; and if it makes you feel more confident carrying? Then it’s a good thing.
You can be every bit as fast on drawing and presenting your pistol with a manual safety as without. An extra step in your training isn’t going to hurt anything. I’m doing the same thing with my training and the 1911.
Which way are you leaning on the holster you want for it?
Looking at the Tenicor Certum. Designed for IWB including AIWB and allows for cant and ride height so I can experiment with different positions. Just my luck it’s all out of stock this month. Last few months all in stock.
Thanks for all the advice guys. Made it much easier having experienced input vs dubious YouTube sponsored video reviews.