CCW carry method.
It may be that no one understands better the importance of producing (drawing) a handgun more efficiently than you.
Considering the occasion for such necessity, in preparation for possible employment (in the gravest extreme), there are basically three methods of shoulder-holstered firearms: the horizontal, angular and vertical.
There is much, not infrequently contentious and heated pro and con arguments (on gun forums and elsewhere) for and against horizontal carry, orbiting the dilemma of (charteristically needed) expedient (horizontal) deployment of a generally faster production, often when seconds or fractions of seconds determine the sucessful or failed need to defend self or others: versus what is among the most fundamental requirements (not laws, banning or mandating); that, being the moral and pragmatic obligation to not ever point a firearm at any object and/or person you do not deliberately intend to destroy...
These two considerations present a dilemma that often (heatedly) emerges in gun forums on and off the net (the pro horizontal carry element - over-ruling the paramount factor of safety - suggesting or alleging that those who are opposed to it are 'gun grabbers' and 'anti-2nd Amendment advocaters).
Whereas, the horizontal CCW method requires physical contact with and handling of the weapon (inherently introducing the hazard of an AD) as does reholstering same, while at the same consideration, the weapon is constantly pointed at all and any persons behind the horizontally carried firearm (as compared with angular or vertical shoulder holster carry).
Reviewing these contentions, I have learned that the subjected gridlock includes the politics of holster manufacturers as well as the acknowledged and desirable swiftness of producing the shoulder holstered weapon.
Please provide your thoughts on this - acknowleged - difficult issue.