Good question, I think. What about the possibility of carrying on the strong side at about 3:30-4:00 with the butt forward? Then you could draw in a cross-draw fashion with your weak hand, if necessary.
+1! This is the most efficient mode of off-hand access for me. If you crouch/lean forward (as you probably will with injury to your dominant arm), the same posture that we so try to avoid to keep from printing, more or less sticks the butt into your hand, if you reach across your lower back.acparmed said:I usually carry in the 4 o'clock position and with my Andrews Hybrid Saddle holster I find it not difficult to draw with the off-hand.
After Thunder Ranch I began to practice this from time to time. I have found that by reaching behind my back I can obtain the grip on my weapon to pull it and then engage the target.