I just got a couple of new holsters from Milt Sparks. While the PMK that I got for my SP101 has broken in nicely, I'm having a much harder time breaking the Axiom OWB holster I got for my CBOB. I did what the Milt Sparks guys said in putting the pistol in the bag it came in and putting it in the holster to stretch it out a little. Heck, I even put TWO bags on it and left it in the holster for several days. I have not worn it extensively, but I usually wear it for about 1/2 hour each evening to see if that will loosen it up. When I first got the holster, I shoved my CBOB in it and thought I would never get it out the fit was so tight. I called Milt Sparks and they just said I was doing the right things and to give it time. I can draw the gun now, but I have to really yank on it to get it to come free. I know the revolver holster was easier to break in as once your clear the cylinder, you're home free, but with a 1911, the holster is gripping the whole length of the slide. Any other advice out there on how to break in a really tight holster other than to just give it time? This is an open top holster so I realize it is intentionally tight to aid in retention, but I feel like I'm going to rip the belt loops off on my jeans at some point. Long winded post, but thanks for any advice.