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Carry With A Round In The Camber, Or Not?

Should you carry one in the chamber or not? A common question in concealed carry. With an unloaded gun, we will practice drawing from concealment in a simulated attack.

Watch the difference of the added step of chambering a round when drawing.

The Israeli’s teach it… I know. And for some of you, this may be a reasonable option. However, in a self defense situation we may not have both hands available to us.

If you’re in a ground fight, pushing someone off of you, or if your arm has been injured it could be nearly impossible to chamber a round.

Carrying without a round in the chamber would be like driving down the highway without your seatbelt and expecting you’ll have enough time to click it on just before a collision.

It’s important to train thoroughly with quality gear and a holster that covers the trigger guard with ample retention.

**Weapon used for this video was a S&W M&P 9PRO. Holster was a Tagua Leather Slide.**

 

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