Rob Pincus is joined by left-handed defensive firearms coach Stan Lee to provide handgun shooting tips that cover how a left handed shooter draws a gun from their hip and engages a threat that is on the driver’s side of a car. The technique follows the same principles as the technique a right handed shooter would use in the same situation. The key to success is twisting the body in the seat so that the shooter can lean back from the window and get to an extended shooting position without driving the muzzle into a closed window or extending the gun outside of the car where it could be grabbed or struck.
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