Seminar: Critical Defense - The Draw

Where the rubber meets the road in utilizing a handgun for personal defense is in the deployment. Having a solid defensive draw will make the difference in whether or not you are able to use your handgun for self-defense. Your draw must be safe for you, defendable from a threat, capable of being performed under lethal force stress, and connected to a system of deterrence that will allow you to get the maximum effect of the handgun.