So you carry a concealed pistol whenever you leave the comfort of your home to protect yourself and your family. Generally most concealed carry holders who’ve attended a professional training course were taught how to draw and employ your pistol. The one tactic that is hard to teach (often not taught) at a course is accessing your pistol while sitting in your vehicle with your seat belt on. If you’re stuck in traffic and the guy in front of you decides to get out of his car and start shooting, how fast can you get to your gun?
There are a few tips and tricks to being able to quickly access your pistol while seated in a vehicle. Check out the following video as retired Navy SEAL, Dom Raso, explains how to access your weapon while seated inside your vehicle.
is a former Marine Infantryman. Served with 2ndBn/8th Marines and was later attached to the 24th MEU(SOC) during a deployment to the Mediterranean. He has received training in Desert Warfare at 29 Palms, Mountain Warfare/Survival School in Bridgeport California, Korean Mountain Warfare school in Pohang Korea, and Jungle Warfare in Okinawa Japan. Scott has also cross trained with the Korean ROK Marines, French Foreign Legion Parachute Regiment, and the British Royal Marines.
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