A very important draw component
Oregon Shooter's video shows very well the use of the ''garment sweep'' as the essential precursor to actual draw.
Reason I post on this is, as I walked back to house from office last night, I (as quite often) did a practice draw from under a woollen sweater. I fumbled enough to extend draw time a bit! I only wear this at home - out and about it is the usual front open shirt or similar.
This is yet another aspect of my practice for this year - to improve on. Easy in summer if I have light shirt, vest etc, open at front and of course no way then will I be covered up as badly as now, so an easy drill to forget about.
Add to this the two methods needed. First and obvious is weak hand sweep to displace, raise and clear the garment to allow access to gun - practiced most for me and more needed. But also there is the need to be able to do the strong hand sweep and clear - not so easy. This for me requires use of thumb and fingers to get inside and under the lower edge, such that then a smooth sweep can clear it.
This latter is so easily fumbled - more so if stressed. I will be adding much more of this to draw practice - it is in effect the ''make or break'' element. I guess folks with tuckables also need to practice plenty.