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    The QuickDraw is over rated. A gun already out is quicker than a QuickDraw. Anticipate the problem and then solve it.


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    Quote Originally Posted by sharkey View Post
    The QuickDraw is over rated. A gun already out is quicker than a QuickDraw. Anticipate the problem and then solve it.


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    Yeah maybe to some. I come from the LE side of things and if you knew you were heading into something dangerous the gun was out. Obviously a LTC holder is different but still don't see too many instances where a quickdraw will be the best action to solve the problem. Now getting hits on target particularly when someone shooting back is a good skill to have.

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    how fast is your ccw draw and hit?

    Average of .649 sec.

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