running up that hill
- Jan 3, 2007
- in Wonderland, with my Alice
Once saw this in a photo, wonder why/how would anyone carry a gun like that. I understand it's more of a conceal carry.
rt hand draw avoids sweeping body/legs/hip with muzzleI'd say it's just personal choice that a person may have thought it was harder to have the pistol grip facing outward and try to slide all four fingers between the grip and their back than to invert it and just slide their thumb between the grip and back and pull. Either way the hand is twisted about the same amount of degrees.
I'm no expert though just my observation.
Holy reserecrtion lol. Over 3 years ago.rt hand draw avoids sweeping body/legs/hip with muzzle
the lazarus threadHoly reserecrtion lol. Over 3 years ago.
It's obviously a right hand draw. What I was referring to was its the same as other right hand draws. The carrier just felt that he could slide his thumb between his pistol and back easier than the more common right hand behind the hip holsters that have the pistol grip facing outward and require putting all 4 knuckles between the pistol and back.