Target transitioning with the double stack Rock Island 1911
Published on Feb 18, 2023
I have found some of the positives and negatives for this holster set-up. The high ride height forces a lot of movement on the right side during the draw as well as a less than optimal joint angles while getting a master grip. I do like how well the holster stays in place which prevents the bottom of the holster from moving outward preventing snagging up the gun in the holster during the draw. The gun also stays put well during running versus low ride height holsters which require a leg strap to prevent extra movement.
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