In the SIG SAUER Academy instructional video below we learn how to draw with our support hand — from a big ass holster attached to a belt that slides sideways like a dog slipping on ice. (Defeating a retention holster, no less.) And how to get the gun ready to shoot. Not bloody likely, I’d say. Either in terms of . . .
needing to do so or being able to do so. I mean, it’s an interesting technique and all. Noted and logged. But I don’t consider it a high priority given my limited training time (which somehow doesn’t overlap with reading, Netflix watching, cooking, etc.).
That said, I bought a carry gun with a rear sight jutting out enough to enable a shoe rack (the process, not the wardrobe). I carry a reload and know how to use it. Still, I’m nowhere operator enough to operate operationally. You?