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gaptrick wrote:I see his point if in and out of the car frequently. The constant feeding and burping the chamber is troublesome and reduces the law of averages for a ND. And if he racks and stacks its tougher yet. Its a chore. its bad enough to have to drop the mag... silly law. I see no point in scaring grannies panties off if she were to see you at the trunk racking one in the tube.
Get the license and this goes away.
Samuel Adams wrote:If ye love wealth better than liberty, the tranquility of servitude better than the animating contest of freedom, go home from us in peace. We ask not your counsels or your arms. Crouch down and lick the hands which feed you. May your chains set lightly upon you, and may posterity forget that you were our countrymen.
One thing that the Israeli method must always involve, however, is the necessity of making the transition from cycling the slide with the support hand to achieving a good, two-handed grip on the gun for the shot. The standard method allowed me to achieve a proper supported grip very early in the process. During the initial 20 trials of each method, I had no misses with the standard method and five with the Israeli technique. Again, of course, more practice with the Israeli method would help eliminate the accuracy problem, but it’s obviously still a factor to consider and cope with.
Chamber empty carry was the dominant method of carry for military, police, and civilians for most of the 20th Century.
MyWifeSaidYes wrote:And when you only have one hand with which to pull that handgun...
MyWifeSaidYes wrote:I do not care what the sheep around me think.
3FULLMAGS+1 wrote:What your doing is allowing others to dictate how well you can defend yourself or how successful you may be at doing so.
Kenosis wrote:MyWifeSaidYes wrote:And when you only have one hand with which to pull that handgun...
adric22 of DefensiveCarry.com wrote:As most know, I've been involved in many arguments on here about chambered vs. unchambered. There have been many valid points brought up in the past which suggest chambering may be the right way to go. But so far have not been sufficient to change my mind. However, something happened today which nobody has ever mentioned and I had never thought of before. My wife and I went to the range today and I decided to shoot my little Taurus TCP 738. I actually rarely shoot that gun, because it is not fun to shoot. But with the hot weather lately, I've been carrying it more and more because it is much easier to conceal when wearing shorts and a t-shirt. So I figured if I carry this thing, I should put some rounds through it. Well, as many know it has been quite hot around here lately. It was 102 degrees outside today. When I first got into the range, I was still sweating from being outside. I was unable to chamber a round in that TCP because the slide is so small, has such a strong spring, and my hands were sweaty. My hand would literally just slide right off the slide like it was coated in vaseline or something. My wife tried and also was unable to do it. After I rubbed my hands on my shorts to dry them off a bit, I was finally able to do it. I could just see myself trying to chamber a round with sweaty hands while the BG is trying to kill me.
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