New to IWB carry ( glock 23 w/infedel holster) most comfort at 10 o'clock belt position, any pros or cons? RH shooter.
That looks like a steep angle for cross draw. The grip is pointed to your left side which means you'd be drawing slightly left away from your RH in order to clear the holster. Doesn't seem comfortable to me. Is it a comfortable draw for you? Maybe if you canted the holster/grip toward your RH it might alleviate that odd angle.reagan said:Toward the front, (see attached photo) the drawback I see is the barrel is aiming my "johnson rod", but that's a small target! SORRY, the pic is inverted!
Aka cavalry draw & reverse draw.Lucian_253 said:Funny fact Wild Bill did not cross his arms to draw his guns, as one would think by the way he holstered his pistols. He used the plains men draw. Right hand grabbed from right holster, left hand from left.
Hardly know where to start responding to this oneI don't carry crossdraw. RH as well, but I carry at 1 o'clock position with the grip angled toward the 3 o'clock position.
Cross draw seems more natural...I wear my knife/dagger/sword (when in costume) on my left to crossdraw...but for some reason, I'm not smooth on the crossdraw with a pistol. Something about it makes me fumble...which makes no sense to me as drawing a knife or sword is the same motion...