This is a discussion on non conventional middle of the back holsters within the Defensive Carry Holsters & Carry Options forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; No, you won't necessarily "paint" yourself. Put your hand behind your back, palm out. Move it up high enough to clear a non-high rise holster. ...
No, you won't necessarily "paint" yourself. Put your hand behind your back, palm out. Move it up high enough to clear a non-high rise holster. Now let it drop down and straighten your elbow. Move it around to the side of your body, about 3 o'clock, without bending your elbow. Rotate your hand so the palm is now facing inward, just like you had drawn from a drop holster. From there the presentation is just the same as from a strong side holster. Viola!
Here is one I just did for a customer. It is essentially a left hand CDA (Cross-Draw/Appendix) with a slightly different cant. This is worn right around 5 o'clock and of course is cavalry draw.
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