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Old December 29, 2012, 02:14 PM   #10
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Originally Posted by pm88
Thank you for your response. The only reason for my hesitation is that if I am in a life or death situation, where every second is crucial, I don't want to have to fiddle around with a thumb break that may hinder my ability to defend myself. Do you think that this would affect draw time? Thanks again.
A thumb break affects draw technique but that does not mean it slows it down. There is more to it than just deployment, you don't want your gun to fall out if your pushed to the ground first. Consider the balance of concealability, retention, and deployment then practice drawing till its acceptable.
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