Well......I don't consider myself to small of the "belly", but I wear a IWB appendix carry at about 1:30 or 2 oclock. There seems to be a small "crease" in there that my PT145 fits in very nicely, and with a drop over shirt you can't see it for my belly holding the shirt out. Hope this helps...God bless and have a wonderful New Year!!
Hey if you loose weight you won't need to get new pants that fit with your IWB holster tucked inside.
I have a number of friends who are more rotund than I am and they carry in a CrossBreed SuperTuck, or one of its clones. I find that big piece of leather makes concealed carry more comfortable than anything else I've worn and does not restrict my movement at all. I find a big gut gets in the way with appendix and cross draw carry positions with anything other than small pistols when sitting and in general the backside of the hip is the most comfortable carry position.
OWB in a Bianchi belt holster between 3:30 & 4:00 depending on my body position. Sitting i slip it back so the barrel doesn't dig into my hip, while standing and walking it gets moved forward. I usually wear large shirts and longer coats to conceal any chance of printing.
IWB Theis Holster at about 4:00 position or Tauga IWB that I wear OWB at about the same position. They're both comfortable sitting or standing for me and conceal under a jacket or untucked shirt nicely. The Theis is tuckable as well for a more polished look.
I carry the TCP in a wallet holster in the back pocket of my Levi's, which I refer to as a "Butt Holster". Or I use a double slot belt holster if I'm wearing my Lee's, as they have a smaller rear pocket. IWB didn't work and I'm too cheap to buy new pants. I'd have to go to the husky guy store.
mil pro 111 in a crossbreed at 4pm, or a 605 in a whitehat at 5pm, 709 in a whitehat at 4pm. i prefer my whitehat over the cross breed but both are IWB, although i need new work pants. they have gone past "a bit tight"
As one who is considered "vertically challenged" and "horizontally enhanced" (short & fat), I use the Bulldog pouch/holster on my belt for my TCP. It looks like a smart phone case. After carrying it for almost two years, no one has ever given it a second glance. Plus, it is easy and fast to access the TCP.