Good holster + quality training + perfect practice = chambered gun. Thousands upon thousands of people carry this way and problems seem to be very rare. I've got nothing against anyone who prefers to carry chamber empty, to each their own. However, I've drawn my duty gun enough around people to know that being restricted to one hand because of any number of circumstances is a very real possibility.
I even began to question the value of life. Then I remembered there's beef jerky. And, once again, a man was saved by the promise of dry meat.
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