Does anybody know of anyone still making break front holsters? I'm not talking about the clam shell from the old Adam 12 TV show. I'm talking about something along the lines of the first plastic (Kydex?) holster invented by Bill Rogers and manufactured here in Jacksonville.
The holster I'm talking about was completely open along the front and bottom, but molded to stay snug against the firearm. It completely covered the trigger guard in such a way that attempting to lift the firearm out of the holster would not work. You had to sweep the firearm forward to draw it. It was also a paddle back.
I need something for a 4" K Frame Smith for woods use, and the Rogers holster gave excellent retention while still giving you an instinctive drawing motion.