3 Step Reload - Step 1
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In this video, John will be discussing the first step of the 3-step pistol draw technique. This technique is commonly used by law enforcement, military personnel, and civilians who carry a firearm for self-defense. It is designed to allow the user to quickly and efficiently draw their pistol from a holster and bring it into a ready position.
John will be breaking down the first step of this technique into easy-to-understand segments, explaining how it fits into the overall process and providing tips and guidance on how to perform it correctly. He will also be demonstrating the step, so you can see how it's done in real-time. Whether you're a beginner or an experienced shooter, this video will be an excellent resource for learning and improving your pistol draw skills.
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