I think we might have to agree to disagree on this point ExSoldier. While you are correct in most of your post, I offer the following: When faced with a life or death decision will your hands start to sweat? Does it rain where you live? When walking through it do you get your hands wet? If you get knocked down before your decision to draw, will you get muddy?Quote:
Originally Posted by ExSoldier762
If you are in a water fight will you get wet? If you are in a knife fight will you get cut? If you are in a gunfight will you get shot?
All of the above are possible and you should be prepared to cope with each condition as Mr. Murphy will surely show up during your fight for your life.
I too am a former soldier and intimately understand the conditions of a battlefield. While we as CCW holders will not usually have to fight under these conditions, the possibility exists that you could be shot while defending your life and if you have been on a battlefield you know how slippery and slimy blood can get and how difficult it can be to hold on to something under these circumstances.
A light checkering of your grips will not make your gun print, provided that it isn't sharp checkering it won't grab your cover garment.
I have a set of grips on my Kimber CDP that are diagonally half checkered and half smooth, it's called a ranger style checker from Ultra Thin Grips, it provides the best of both worlds.
Just my humble opinion here and you may take it or leave it as you please.