5 Things Every Concealed Carrier Should Know Video

You know, with the shirt that is very light is not so easy because you don’t have any kind of weight here, so it’s very difficult to keep out and be very fast in extraction.

Usually when you wear some long shirt like this or if it’s a jacket, it’s better if I have a pocket because you can put some weight in the pocket and so the movement is clear. In this case, we need to move like this so one end, you use this end. You see the thumb finger make a rotation and the other hand keep out.


Is the thumb touching your body as you rotate like this?

Yeah, a little bit.

You sure?

You’re going to keep out your weapon. At the same, you are going to extract and to make fire because you know you can put… usually when you put something that is light and have a pocket it here, you can put some object inside so you have… when you hit the jacket, it’s going very fast out, then you have access very easy to your weapon.

In this case, it’s harder. Yes, .97. Grab a concealment, side holster, Glock 17, consider carry.

What’s your? Is this the only way to do a concealed carry?

No. This is one way usually that guard hand going to make this kind of rotation and the second hand is going to keep out the jacket and make free your weapon for engaging, come out, you know. In this case it’s very light so it’s harder and we need to try a little bit, you know, at the same time we come out.

You show a lot of fast times on your videos during training. Is that the point, is to be as fast as you possibly can?

Not at all. You know, speed is something that is important because we need to start to the point at action is faster than reaction, and everyone that carry a gun for defense, for job, like cops or [inaudible] [03:14] or private security or private… also the civilian that carry a gun for defend self start in reaction.

So this mean that… normal the time. So this mean that we need to be faster as we can, but we need to be also accurate on the target because if we are very fast but we don’t hit the target is the miss, the faster miss that we can do, and probably there is also the last one. So we need to try to be fast and accurate at the same time so we can be… the maximum point of our speed is the minimum point that we need to maintain on the target.

So when you’re training, do you ever miss? Do you ever miss the target?

Sure. Is obviously is like this. When we train we miss a lot. I mean that. We train for reduce our miss time by time, step by step, but it is normally we train for that.

We train for if I miss a target during my shoot, during my training, I continues to train in that movement, in that action, you know. So is normally we train for reduce minimum part our mistake, our miss, you know what I mean.

.97. This is internal holster side, internal holster with Glock 17, t-shirt. This is little bit hard to be fast.


Because when you’re going to… you don’t have one choke for the shirt because when you are going half [phonetic] [05:23], you can see that shirt a lot of times. We need to work with one hand and so after we pass this time the hand, we work in different condition. There is different way for to do this.

We are going to grip with the strong hand the shirt. Then we pass to the second. We are going to keep out because the risk if we are doing something like that is this, that we are going to grip in the stock a part of the shirt.