Weak-Handed Presentation From Appendix Carry

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One of the advantages of the “appendix carry” position is that you can draw your defensive firearm with either hand. In this video, Rob Pincus goes through the steps of presenting from the appendix position with your weak hand and the best ways to practice. Drawing with your weak hand can present more opportunities for accidental discharge of your firearm. For that reason, Rob recommends learning and practicing the maneuver with a dry, or training, gun up to the ready position and then practicing your weak handed shooting with a live firearm from that position during another session. This is a skill that could save your life in an extreme worst case scenario situation.