When I carried a full size it was in a Milt Sparks Nexus on a Milt Sparks belt. Now I carry a compact 1911 in a Criterion on that same belt, but I wouldn't have a problem going back to the bigger gun. The compact just fits my hand better.
Have a crossbreed crossover gun belt. Works good. Quick and easy to adjust. I did find it to be a little thick and stiff even after using it for several years. I switched to graith specialist gun belt. It’s light, easy to adjust and keeps the pistol tight against the body. No issues with the gun moving around. The belt contacts all of holster leaving no gaps. It’s the only belt I will buy from now on. Best belt gun belt I have owned hands down. For holster I use a milt sparks ss ll and steathgear ventcore standard. I carry a Les Baer TRS and Dan Wesson Valor.
I use a Beltman Dual Layer Quick Ship with the internal stiffener. I pair it with a Milt Sparks VM2 and have no worries, complaints or back aches when carrying a full steel CCO. I know it’s not full size, as inquired about by the OP, but still not a light hand gun. I can’t heap enough praise onto the belt and the holster in this set up. Just about perfect in my opinion.
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