A foolish consistency is the hobgoblin of little minds.
Unlike what the author of this article suggests I don’t carry in a consistent location all the time, because that would mean I’d be carrying tucked-in IWB at the day job, or carrying in my front pocket when I’m wearing blue jeans, neither of which is really a good idea.
What I do have (or at least, I’m working on) is a consistent draw stroke from the moment when my hands come together to when my sight are on-target and the trigger is prepped. That’s the important stuff, because quite honestly, what it takes to get my hand on a gun can vary greatly depending on my body position and the clothes I’m wearing.
But a good press-out? That doesn’t change.
* Killed on the streets.