I'm not a fan of pocket carry for primary pistols, though often rely on pocket carry for secondary pistols. Specifically, front pocket, support-hand side. Why? I can't reliably access a pistol from the pocket in other than an upright, relatively static position. In other words, the ideal "standing and walking around" position. And since I'm out of that position so often throughout the average day, let alone during training cycles... I chose not to rely on pocket carry for a primary except in rare circumstances. But that's just me.
As for accessing and using a support-side pocketed BUG, I train to default to doing so with my support-hand. I figure at that point I've got so much working against me that I've got to make up some time, if nothing else.
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Last edited by Erik; December 19, 2009 at 09:11 PM.