can you pull your weapon sitting down

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    Question can you pull your weapon sitting down

    do you practice getting your weapon clear while seated? .. my IWB allows me to pull my weapon even though i am seated .. does yours?

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    Yes, I practice all my drills every night before bed.
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    I practiced pulling it while buckled in my car and sitting down on a chair
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    Yes I can.
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    Yes, even belted into the car.
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    Yes, chair, car, floor, horse.

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    horse 0.o? wtg Jessie James :p
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    I had horses when I lived in the woods.

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    must have been nice :)
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    Yes, even belted into the car.
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    I sit a lot due to spinal cord injury,I make my holsters with enough cant that they draw fairly easy from a sitting position,if i'm gonna be driving for hours I'll usually carry a spare in the door pocket since I'm left handed
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    Yes; chair, car, flat on my back and flat on my front. I practice draw from all positions from time to to time to keep the move in memory.
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    I can easily dray my glock with my IWB holster when I am in the car or out and about. Now if I need to draw my firearm while seated when I am smart carrying on campus, it will be difficult, but it’s better than not going armed at all. I have done some practicing drawing from my smart carry in a seated position at home, but it is still not close to the fastest draw in the west.

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