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Old 07-05-2013, 12:11   #4
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Originally Posted by skyboss_4evr View Post
And what if your left arm is engaged or injured and cannot be used. If required to use just your right hand to draw and fire, you'd really be S. O. L.
Great post!

If I loose my left hand, (AND MY RIGHT THUMB) I am in trouble. Simple change of presentation to remove trigger block safety with right thumb or reach around with middle finger. These two alternatives would be slower, but still not unreasonable for someone wanting to train for this.
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