Here it is. Here is another pic. I'd say it does the job of helping to conceal the weapon quit well don't you? Ok, here is a pic to show that I really do have something in a holster under my shirt. I'd have to echo what every other review of Eric's work has said. This is a well made holster with a tried and true design. The straight seems, smooth edges, and well molded form speaks of the time and skill put into making this holster. Here, let me show you. I must say that the holster does everything it suppose to do. It stays put with very little shift, as the pictures showed above it works very well as a tuckable. The Com 3 has really good retention, almost to the point of too much, but I think that the more I use it the retention verses smooth easy draw factor will equal out. Re-holstering is easy especially since it doesn't have a reinforced mouth. The quality of the leather and the molded shape of the gun seems to be enough to hold it open for holstering. I could probably go on, but I wouldn't be saying anything that you haven't heard before so I'll end by saying this. When I need another holster I'll holler at Eric.