I have Kramer IWB #3 Horsehide's for all my handguns and since I've gone with them I am sold forever. Unfortunately, that's what the wait to get one feels like. So much so, I have adopted a new rule about handguns- when I have decided on one to purchase, I order the Kramer first and don't buy the gun until I receive the Kramer. Their horsehide gun belts rock too.
I don't know what the USP-C 45 would feel like in an IWB holster since it's not the smallest handgun in the world but, I'm willing to give it a try since I think that's one of the safest handguns for carry. It's like my 4506 with the decocker and I feel rather good about the safety. No way I'd carry a Glock with one in the pipe but many do. I can't afford to bleed. I'm on two blood thinners and would bleed to death before paramedics could get to me IF I got part of a jacket or whatever between me and the trigger of a Glock...can't afford that.
I had the foresight to ask Kramer to make the HK45C IWB #3 Horsehide holster to fit with a threaded barrel and Crimson Trace Laserguard, before I bought those components. Now all together, the holster fits perfectly as expected, but it's a lot to carry, and I'm a big guy. Just a personal preference. But the holster rides very well. They know what they are doing, and I guess you can't rush quality.
I have to chime in for the Sparks VMII. This holster has been the most comfortable IWB holster that I have tried. Again, there is about a six month wait; but the quality is amazing. The Sparks rig rides well too, sitting around 3:30 for me is about perfect.
You could order both and sell the one you don't like as well. Good luck.
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