Mustang380gal wrote:Okay, so I have been in a traffic stop and so has Ted. Both times the officer wanted to take our firearms for "safety". He removed the firearms from the holsters himself; we were not to hand them to him.
I don't really want to have to half-undress, exposing myself to the police, then having a cop put his hands there to take my firearm in a traffic stop.
I don't care if the humiliation would get me out of a ticket. Some things are just not worth it.
Scruit wrote:Does to require two hands to draw? Might be a problem if an attacker has grabbed one arm.
MissChris wrote:There are two negatives I have found. One if you have to draw because of a threat, reholstering is pretty much out of question. Maybe if I practice a lot, I could get it reholstered one handed not looking.
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