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Old November 29, 2012, 09:51 PM   #4
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The second point or rule I always break,,,I always look down at my handgun and holster while reholstering.....I have heard of too many people being shot or having an accidental discharge while reholstering,,,looking down at the handgun forces me to have my finger out of the trigger guard and to see that there are no obstructions that might accidentally get in the trigger guard and fire the gun
Are you really serious that it's necessary for you to look at your gun in order to insure your finger isn't on the trigger when reholstering?

OK, but people have been shot when drawing their weapon, also. Don't forget to ignore what's happening down range and make sure you look at your holster on the draw, also.
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