DreQo wrote:I personally have a brief "pause" as my brain receives tactile confirmation that my hand has the proper grip for the draw.K, lets see if I can describe this correctly. For those of you that have practiced a fast draw, do you pause for the slightest moment at the holster, or do you essentially draw in one continuous motion?
I ask because I've noticed some VERY good shooters with lightening fast draws that have that pause in there. Their hands snap into position: strong hand gripping the firearm, weak hand at chest. Then after a very short pause, they snap into firing position.
So what do you guys do, and what is considered the "best" way to do it?