In this video, Rob presents helpful firearm safety tips for appendix carry presentation. With any presentation technique, we must integrate the body’s natural reactions to being startled, meaning that our knees will be slightly bent, hips tucked, shoulders forward, and hands in front of the body. Taking that into account, presenting efficiently and without covering our body requires some extra movement when the defensive firearm is carried at the one o’clock position. Rob demonstrates the best way to do this, first with a blue gun, then incorporating lateral movement, then on the range with live fire. Take advantage of these firearm safety tips today.
See other videos in our Appendix Carry training module:
- Part 1. Concealed Carry Pros and Cons
- Part 2. Carrying Firearms: Safety during Appendix Carry
- Part 3. Firearms & CrossBreed Holsters for Appendix Carry
- Part 4. Appendix Carry Training with an Outside-the-waistband Holster
- Part 6. Concealed Carry Methods: Weak Handed Presentation
- Part 7. Presentation from Appendix Carry while Seated