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at 15 feet is very common. Why not just charge the guy and bust him up, in 1,5 seconds, hmm? The time discepency is even worse, as the ranges get shorter. A fit man can take 1 step, and
either dive-tackle you, or flying kick you clean across the room, in 1 second flat(from 10 ft away, standing start)INCLUDING his reaction time to a start signal, while few can react, make a ccw draw, from under BOTH a bad weather garment, and an "indoors" concealing garement, and hit the chest, at 10 ft, in less than 2 seconds. In fact,it's at least as fast to draw a pistol from a pants pocket and get such a hit, even starting hands at sides. Of course, nobody even notices that you KEEP your hands inside coat pocket,in bad weather. :) from "hnad on gun",(in coat pocket holster), reaction, draw and chest hit, at 10 ft, should run well under 3/4 second. Bad weather is just one of many reasons why the pocket gun is superior to a belt gun, for civilian ccw.
 

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cold weather, hands not pocketed, GLOVES

are worn. Ever TRIED speed work, from ccw belt rig, with gloves on? Ever TIMED how much slower you are, if you first "shuck' a glove, before drawing? Ever TRIED speed work, with cold-numbed hands, hmm? I've done all this, many times,and it SUCKS, believe me. This is just one reason why a pocket gun and rig is superior to a belt rig and gun.

Hot weather is another. Man, always wearing a vest,over your shirt, to conceal a belt pc, REALLY sucks, when the weather gets over 90degrees, and the humidity is high. That is true for many days of the year, in many parts of the US. Just ask Rich.
 
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