Thinking of buying left handed holsters
So, I am thinking I should buy some left handed holsters for my guns even though I am right handed. My rational is this: if I hurt my right hand or arm and am unable to carry strong side as I do now, I will need a holster for the left hand side.
I already practice left hand shooting every time I go to the range and while I am not quite as good with the left hand as my right I am good enough that I could defend myself very handily with my left hand.
So, I want to get an identical holster for the left hand side as the one I carry the gun(s) on my right side in.
Anyone else here have a back up set of weak side holsters for their carry guns?
In Which Back Pocket does Your Wallet Reside?
I'm naturally right-handed and train both strong/weak sided. I have left-handed holsters for my "trail guns". I've always thought that my right (dominant) hand may already be busy doing something when the need to draw & fire my pistol arrives. Let's say, for instance, I'm climbing a steep trail & have grabbed a nearby rock for balance. It's only natural for me to have grabbed that rock with my right hand. But the Cotton Mouth (aggressive, poisonous, Southern snake) coiled to strike my leg really isn't interested in giving me time to rebalance, re-adjust, change hands, draw & fire. In that scenero I'll be MUCH faster using my left hand from a left-side carry. Makes sense to me. My CCW is carried right-side.
I asked the wallet question because I carry mine in my left-rear pocket & it's pulled by my left hand. My right hand is therefore available to select bill denominations, credit cards, offer them to the cashier & accept change. That's always made sense to me as well.