Drawing a handgun from a concealed holster (Personal Security Training)

Drawing your handgun from a concealed holster can be a crucial skill for self-defence. It is essential to practice this skill regularly to access your handgun quickly and efficiently in an emergency. Here is a step-by-step guide on how to draw your handgun from a concealed holster:

  1. Begin by standing in a comfortable and stable stance, with your feet shoulder-width apart and your weight evenly distributed.

  2. Reach for your handgun with your dominant hand, keeping your fingers extended and away from the trigger.

  3. Place your thumb outside the holster and your fingers on the handgun’s grip.

  4. Firmly grip the handgun and smoothly draw it out of the holster. As you draw the handgun, bring your arm up to a natural firing position, with your elbow bent, and the handgun pointed towards your target.

  5. Once the handgun is out of the holster and in your hand, bring your support hand up to the handgun and get a proper two-handed grip.

  6. Keep your finger off the trigger until you are ready to fire.

To become proficient in this skill, practicing drawing your handgun from a concealed holster is essential. Always follow proper gun safety guidelines when handling your handgun, and seek professional training if you need clarification on handling your handgun. With practice and proper training, you can become proficient in drawing your handgun from a concealed holster and be prepared to defend yourself in a self-defence situation.