Something as simple and routine as holstering your weapon could be very dangerous. In fact, lots of accidents happen during the reholstering process. However, you can take certain precautions to ensure that your EDC firearm won’t accidentally discharge and cause injury to either yourself or to others.
Colion Noir joins Grant Stinchfield and NRA Carry Guard Lead Instructor Jeff Houston to break down footage of a gun accidentally discharging shortly after a man holstered his gun. They break down what could have happened and offer up suggestions on how to avoid such accidents.
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