Drawing while seated in vehicle?

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    I carry in a Remora holster.. Normally at the 2:00 position... When I get into the truck I move it to my 11:00 position (crossdraw). It's comfortable and easy to draw. The seatbelt does not impede access at all. In deployment drills I have no problem getting on target very quickly.
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    There is another thread about Remora holsters and my experience with the NO BELT Remora is that I can adjust the holster while I am in the car for ease of draw and can readjust when I am ready to leave car. I happen to have found the Remora as a perfect holster for my lifestyle and clothing preference with the added advantage of adjustable placement when seated and driving in my car.

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    I have noticed how difficult drawing in a vehicle can be. I have a dedicated car holster under the steering wheel. I just move the gun to it when I get in the car from my carry holster. Here is a good video on drawing in a vehicle.

    Vehicle Drawing and Shooting - YouTube

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    As a lefty, it is not really much of a problem drawing from the 8:00 position while seated. I do have to lean toward the passenger side to clear the door and sudden movements like that can be restricted if the seatbelt locks up. Getting better with practice but I sure hope I never have to do that for real.
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    I've experienced the exact scenario the OP describes. Making my rounds which included the PO (we get no home delivery) and needed to unholster my M&P 9c from my supertuck IWB. Very difficult and awkward. I didn't want to get out of the truck and stand up to do it, and frankly it didn't feel safe. Further after coming back to the truck, re-holstering was even more difficult. I may have to change the cant in the holster, but not a good experience.
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