I shared this on another shooting enthusiast's forum, and want to share it here too because for whatever reasons, I never anticipated the changes I've experienced as a result of my weight loss. Maybe others will benefit from what I've learned, but before it is identified as a problem! : Having lost 78 pounds over the last 10 months (312 down to 234) and with another 9 to go to reach where the doctor says to be, I didn't anticipate new CCW issues. I've gone from snug 46 waist jeans to a comfortable 38 inch waist with the loss. I stand 6 feet 4+ inches tall and just didn't think body change implications on CCW through in advance. I've carried my 2 inch SP101 in a pocket holster for about six weeks as I've worked to go down the last jean size, but for years I've carried my three inch SP101 in an AIWB holster. Always comfortable AIWB until now. Trying back on my AIWB setup today for first time in six weeks, it appears that my abdomen, when larger, was keeping my SP101 butt angled slightly outward away from my lower rib cage margin. That's changed. The butt jabs into my ribs no matter where I position my holster on my belt. Maybe the final 9 pounds loss over the next 6-8 weeks will change something. If not, I'll have redesign my personal AIWB holster to be at a slight angle on its steel belt clip. Not such an angle that I cannot reach it to draw with my weak hand though. It's ....interesting.... to have this problem. Don. I craft my own laminated leather gun belts and leather holsters so fortunately I'll only be out time and the cost of my materials. A person who must buy their carry gear though may need to budget for changed gear needs beyond just a belt. Don.