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Old 05-11-2017, 09:49 PM   #21
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Well, I have to admit, I've a fair amount to "re-learn". The only pistol I've carried in a holster is a Glock.................no safety to worry about. So I'm going to have to spend a thousand hours presenting, clicking off the safety and dry firing. This "carrying cocked and locked" is all new to me, and when under stress we tend to revert to muscle memory. I need new muscle memory. If I don't get in a lot of practice time, I'm going to end up breaking my trigger trying to make my pistol fire!!!!!

I routinely carry a sidearm because a cop is too heavy.
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