CAUTION: Unload your pistol before practicing your draw.
ALWAYS make sure your pistol is seated properly in your wallet holster before putting it in your pocket.
NEVER carry anything else in your pocket with your pistol and wallet holster.
Also NEVER holster your pistol while your holster is in your pocket!
In this video I explain why my holsters need breaking in. In most of my new holsters you may find that your holster is a little tight when inserting it for the first time. It is made that way. Usually just taking in it and out of the holster, wearing it for a while in your hip pocket where it gets exposed to the heat and pressure of your hip pocket will soon break it in to a point that you can draw confidently from the holster. Some holsters vary to how much effort and time in your pocket it will take to get it to a satisfactory broken-in state. In the video I demonstrate a method I sometimes use to speed up the process.