Just about everyone I know has a J frame or two and I personally find myself carrying one more often than not. Typical Levy 501 pockets are not quite deep enough for pocket carry of the little J frame, but I do manage by wearing long enough T shirts that extend below the pocket entry. IWB carry is effective, but if I'm going to go through the bother of carrying a gun IWB, I'd just assume carry my LW O-ACP or LW Commander.
The problem with OWB carry of revolvers is that the thickness of the cylinder can be detrimental to Summer time concealment especially when using just a light cover garment.
At 5' 9" and around a 150 lbs, I designed this holster around myself so that the contour bend in the body of the holster, where the front loop attaches, sits right about where my pelvic bone juts out (around 3:30 or so). I reinforced the holster around the rear of the trigger guard as opposed to around the front to help keep the mouth rigid and off of the cylinder for a thinner profile. The cant is fairly steep at around 22° and with just a light Tshirt over top, it is very concealable. After just a little familiarity with positioning and grip angle, it is wicked fast to present from.
I've made a small batch of these up for immediate delivery while the supply lasts. The AXR pictured below with cordovan finish and sharkskin trim is available to the first asker. The rest are all black right-hand. Price is the same as the Axiom on our website www.miltsparks.com
Please note that all those made up for stock are for the .38 spec, J frame with 1 7/8" inch bbl and not for the slightly longer M60 (.357)
I also have one AXR available for the Ruger LCR.
I have patterns in the works for some of the larger framed S&W revolvers and will make mention of their availability, on this thread, on our site and on our facebook page, when we are ready to start taking orders for them.
If you're interested in one of these, or need more information, please ask for Jim or Nick if you call, as I will be in and out of the shop between now and the end of the year. I'll try to personally answer questions as I can. Thanks!