couldnt help ya there as in ohio last i knew you had to have your gun in the glove box during your commute. but the best thing to do is get used to shooting with your right hand that way you can use your left hand on the wheel and it would also be easier to draw and aim since you have the door right there in the wayany advice or direction much appreciated.
Is the concern about addressing a threat at the drivers door? Other than that I'm not sure what would be remarkably different between left or right handed.any advice or direction much appreciated.
Gotta love those Israelis’. They are on top of the whole gun thingie!Steveeas, I'm am in the same boat as Dillinger, that is I am left handed but shoot right handed. I carry in Indiana and recently upgraded to a Fobus paddle holster. I am 24 years old and only weigh about 180 lbs and carry a full size government model 1911 and with the paddle holster it is very comfortable. I drive a small regular cab pickup truck and have no problem with my firearm interferring with the operation of the seat belt. I also have no problem concealing the pistol under a t-shirt with this style holster. I used to use a "Special Agent" belt clip holster made by Federal Holster Works but if I walked alot or had to run, the gun would bounce making it very akward to have on me. I even dropped it in the mud one day while chasing my dog that got loose. After I got this holster I would often forget I had the pistol on me from time to time. It's that comfortable compared to the other one.
Oh almost forgot to say, I carry my pistol on my right side with the magazine bottom facing back. I tried crossdraw but found it to akward to deal with.
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