Cover garment - draw displacement.
Today's IDPA inspired this subject. It was not over warm and so instead of my usual vest as cover, had a longer and slightly more voluminous light denim shirt on.
Now draw is meant to be carried out with strong hand and not helped by weak - tho in fact in ideal circumstances this would apply.
What I did notice was, as I swept the shirt back, a small part tended to sometimes stay at base of grip - thus preventing by strong down thrust from indexing the grip as usual - and potentially snagging shirt between hand and gun if not careful.
The result was the need for a small grip adjustment prior to engaging targets - not good!. It has made me rethink cover garments such that the length/weight etc minimise this problem.
My Smith and Alexander vest is great in this respect as it is a bit heavier and sweeps aside nicely. A heavier jacket too would I think work well. So fabric weight IMO is a factor.
Just reflecting :smilez: