Mas, I got into thinking about something concerning the Stress Fire Reload for revolvers. I have practiced this technique to the point of darn near perfection. It works very well for me. I was wondering how this technique works with a revolver with a bobbed hammer converted to DAO? It would seem to me that the shooters right hand would slip off the gun up over the rear sight and cause him/her to possibly loose their grip on the gun. Is this a legitimate concern? If so, is there any way to mitigate the problem? (By the way, what you said in the Stress Fire video about using the old reloading technique and burning you fingers on the forcing cone is a very real problem! Many years ago when I was learning to shoot a revolver and before I saw your videos, I dropped the 586 .357 Mag that I was shooting after severely burning my fingers!) After that, I was glad to learn how to do it the right way! Also, Concerning carrying speed loaders and tactical reloads, I have 3 questions. 1. I use HKS speed loaders. Is there any advantage to the other speed loaders on the market? I'm speaking from the standpoint of a armed citizen and from the aspect of concealed carry. 2. I'm right handed. I carry my speed loaders on my left side. In your stress fire videos, you are carrying your speed loaders on your strong side. Is there any disadvantage of carrying on the weak side and should I be carrying my speed loaders on my strong side? 3. Do you have any advice for one handed reloads with a revolver? (Right hand shooter.) I have been taught several techniques over the years but I was wondering what technique you use and if one has a major advantage over the other. I know I have just hit you with a lot of questions here. I don't expect a lengthy answer so don't worry about being brief in response. If you have any videos/books on the subject(s), I would really like to know about them so I can go find them! As always, thanks for the advice and making yourself available to all of us here! Take care. Deanna.