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Old December 28, 2012, 04:49 PM   #5
bt380
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Join Date: December 14, 2012
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A recent newspaper article stated a person went to a movie and moved about in the seat trying to stay awake. In the process, his gun slipped out and ended up on the floor. After arriving home, he discovered the gun was missing. The gun was found by a child in a later sitting of the movie and was turned over to the police. Had the person a thumb break or some other way to ensure the gun could not fall out, this problem may not have occurred. I would think that if you practice drawing enough, most holster securing devices will not seriously impede the draw time if you learn the correct drawing techniques. None of my different holsters really change the draw time enough to be concerned about. I have practiced drawing fast and shooting as well as slow draw and shooting. You may find your level of proficiency will be between the two speeds and the thumb break will not matter.
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