I need some advice. Here is the background, I’m on a farm in grizzly country, so i’m looking to pick up a .44 revolver and eventually a lever action combo. I’m a little undecided on the 629 4” and the redhawk 5.5”. (Why doesn’t someone make a 5” with a short lug?) Anyways, I think it will come down to my carry strategy. I can open carry in my state, and plan to on the farm, but I’d prefer to conceal, or mostly conceal when I’m in town or at someone else’s house. At first I was thinking western style holster and belt that would go on top of what I’m wearing and be in addition to my regular belt. Then, just take it off and put the gun in a shoulder holster to go to town, since I almost always wear a vest. However, my research is showing that a shoulder holster is supposedly uncomfortable? And I would either have to wear it all day empty for fast and easy transfer, or deal with putting it on and off every time. And a lower riding western style holster might be uncomfortable sitting in the UTV, truck or at the desk, etc. So now I’m starting to think maybe cross draw holster on my regular pants belt? Or just a regular high rise OWB on my regular belt? The latter is what I am doing currently with my glock 23, but it gets uncomfortable having to have my belt cinched so tight to keep it from dragging my pants down. I don’t know, I’m kind of lost. I like the looks of the 5,5” barrel, but it may be a little too much to try to hide in town? The .44 is already a big slab of metal as it is. Also, is there an easy way to switch from open, easy access, to concealed? I really don’t have time to go change every time I need to run to town for something. Or am i stuck with a high riding OWB holster and just tuck my vest behind or pull it over as my best way to switch back and forth? Thoughts? Advice? i’d Rather not spend a small fortune on holsters to find something that works.