I knew this would be the place to ask this so if anyone has any tips, I'd very much appreciate it. I have a new holster on the way for my Smith and Wesson M&P Shield 45. It's a leather, OWB holster with a mag pouch. I've never really been a fan of leather holsters, always went with my trusty Uncle Mike's holsters for the most part but this one looks very well rated and looks very comfortable, it's a Versa Carry Commander or something to that effect. What's the best way to get a leather holster broke in as far as making it more comfortable and conforming it to the weapon? Realistically, I carry concealed on the weekends, mainly because during the week, I'm pretty much a drive to work then right back home kind of guy. I'm busy on the weekends so I do carry my weapon everywhere I go on the weekend but I think it would take a long time to break in the holster just wearing it a couple of days a week. Any tips from anyone who uses a leather holster on a regular basis?