I carry my 460V in a shoulder holster. IMO that's the only practical way to carry it.I’ve carried my X-Framed 460V openly in a shoulder setup that I designed. That’s alot of stainless steel (3lbs 14oz unloaded (per the local UPS store) – I’ve never had it weighed loaded), and at that weight, you always know it’s there, but I’ve carried for 4-5 hours without an issue. I’ve also carried it in the 9 o’clock position in a cross-draw configuration on a 2” belt that I use with my jeans. With that arrangement, it isn’t uncomfortable, but it keeps pulling down the left side of my trousers, which is why I went with the shoulder arrangement. And, as for spare ammunition, I have a cartridge case that I made that holds 5 replacements. I figure if 10 .45 LC’s won’t do it – I’m screwed anyway. I’ve also open carried my L-Framed 4” 686 in the aforementioned cross-draw arrangement, and at 2½ lbs empty (also per the local UPS store), you also know it’s there, but I don’t experience any “trouser droop”. Regards . . .
A 4" steel N frame would be pretty much the limit for me on a belt.
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