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Old July 15, 2013, 08:26 PM   #17
kraigwy
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I'm different. I know most clubs, schools, etc. don't like shoulder holsters or cross draws.

I do. When I teach a class I have all the students try them. The thing is, with a shoulder holster or cross draw its easer to get the gun out with either hand. A strong side only holster is near impossible to get the gun into action with the weak hand.

Cross draws or shoulder holsters make the gun easer to get to while setting in a car, or on a couch.

There is no sweeping of others in the class, do to the classes being small I'm one on one with the individual using the shoulder/cross draw holster.

It may not be for everyone, but its an valid option.
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