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Old December 30, 2012, 08:12 AM   #10
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Originally Posted by ohen cepel
Have seen too many guys with a retention holster miss a draw since they hadn't practiced with it enough.
That is a problem, and not one to be taken lightly. If you're going to carry, you must practice at home, alone, in a dark closet, in the garage, wherever you can find to practice.

Originally Posted by ClydeFrog
As a armed professional, I'd highly suggest a well made level II retention system. A holster like a SERPA, Blade-Tech Thumb Drive, SFS/ALS, etc.
Concur. I've got a couple of Level IIs that I really like. I'm not a fan of the Serpa, and I've tried really hard to like them. And, I don't actually consider the Serpa to be level II. It's more like a level 1 1/2. I'm still looking for the ultimate concealment holster that contains good ergonomics, good retention, and an intuitive draw. I thought I had found that holster in one made by Don Hume back in the -80s, but they discontinued the darn thing.
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