One recommendation or your consideration...
For whatever carry holster/method being employed, conduct "practice carry" and some various "stress challenges" for your chosen rig over a solid period of time (couple weeks or more). I recommend employing a bluegun/trainer of your exact make/model. This is because, in live training ...if/when you lose it, you will have learned your lesson without horrible pain.
I am dead-dog serious about this. Live carry training with a model, and not your real firearm, will shake out limitations and/or flaws in your intended carry modus and/or chosen rig..
Example: I have an expert system for a certain type of carry I enjoy. but I did not know it has a certain flaw, perhaps 'limitation', considering my specific firearm. I lost my trainer during live action out in the field and did not find out until that night. This made me focus harder on the holster features and testing its limits and finding out "the deal". After testing two customizations I landed on a flawless solution. I now remain confident, and with one of my favorite holster selections, and never worry about any sort of accident, unwanted movement, or difficulty in presenting with (from) this rig.
Sorry for the long windedness, but if it saves you from a very undesireable situation, that's good.
Stress testing means just that.... stress the assumed retainment your holster is intended to provide, both directly, and under real life actions. Remember that your hunk of metal, under acceleration due to sudden movement (or even wind if you ride]), may twist, or jog (up/out), lose its intended resting position where retainment is effective. ...Twisting, pulling, pushing, jarring test need to happen (these may happen under sudden motion). ALSO you want to test by jumping, running, sudden turning, (a LEO will want to do some upside down stuff to emulate fence hopping, falling over backwards, and other stuff).
think about, if you need to suddenly run, jump, hop on a bike... can you be assured its going with you? If you are madly riding out in the open, is an outrageous gust going to dislodge it?
Never assume retainment just happens, is just "there", or will not fail. Its imperative to test.
Good luck finding a happy carry fit!