This technique for use in an emergency survival situation is demonstrated by Mike Seeklander, Lead Instructor at USSA. The Roll Method is a way of presenting the handgun from the holster with the weak hand. It is most useful if you are lying on the ground because you can use your chest area to make the draw easier and faster. Mike shows the draw in slow motion and stresses safety protocols.
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