Savageguy brought up a topic that I have been thinking about for some time now. I am right handed and carry a SR1911LW in a OWB, calf skin leather holster. I had it made it Phoenix for $65.00 and it fits me very well. I am thinking of having a cross draw holster made so I can draw my .45 faster The reason you ask? Seatbelts. I drive 2 model A Fords that I installed lap belts in for safety and my 1979 Lincoln has the over the shoulder belt with the lap belt. In our area we have had some BG's that shoot as you pass by. Presently I cannot draw out my pistol in a hurry if I had to as the holsters are held down by the seat belts. I want to talk to my holster guy and get his thoughts (pros & cons) and if he built one, what would be the best angle to mount the belt line on. With a cross draw holster I would have the ability to unholster my weapon in case of need and in a faster motion. What kind of holster do you use and what are your thoughts on a cross draw holster? One thing to note is I carry my pistol concealed. I had a terrible accident 1 1/2 years ago so I have to wear a T-shirt all the time and our winters here are mild compared to some of you folks, I wear a vest or jacket, so it is concealed then too. Any and all thoughts and ideas are greatly appreciated!!!