The first rule of a gunfight: have a gun. That adage assumes it’s better to have a gun than not. T’ain’t necessarily so. If you spend too much time trying to get to your gun you could be dead—or at least seriously injured—before you’re able to bring your firearm to bear. Prioritize. Get a gun or dodge a bullet. Go. I’m not quite prepared to say that “move” the first rule of a gunfight, but I’m thinking about it. Even if GTFO isn’t Job One, ankle holsters suck. I’d like to see the student above remove her firearm from her leg while under fire or facing a bad guy with a blade. As a holster for a back-up gun or deep cover (gun free zone that), sure, why not? As a primary carry system, fuhgeddaboudit. Better a mouse gun in your pocket (the bad guy won’t be pleased to see you) than anything in an ankle rig. Am I wrong?