Smith and Wesson Shield 9mm with Lola Strange


(gun fires) – Okay, guys. Welcome to the Hank Strange
Situation on Full30! This is our maiden video, Lola, on Full30. We have been invited into the fold, and it’s pretty cool. I’m glad to be here, glad to be doing videos
on the Full30 forum. I think it’s a cool and necessary outlet for pro-gun people like myself, and yourself, and all you folks out there. Absolutely so in order for this to work, people have to contribute and participate. So that’s what we’re up
to, we’re contributing, and you guys have to participate, and watch this stuff and
support what we’re doing. So, I just want to thank
you for joining us here, and I want to encourage you to sign up, and then follow us on the Full30. All right.
– [Lola] Right. So now, what were we testing today Lola? – The Smith and Wesson M&P Shield 9mm. – Right, there goes. That
is the Shield, in 9mm. Flip it around this way. This particular one does not have the… safety on the slide, the difference with this and let’s say your XDS that has a grip safety, none of theShields have a grip safety, some of them do have a slide safety. This one does not have that
mechanical slide safety. The safety obviously would
be right here on the trigger. So this is your purchase. Right, Lola? – Right, and this one was
a special order because most stores carry the one with the safety, so this one was one that
had to be ordered in. – So, can you tell the folks out there, why you decided to get a shield. I think you do have an XDS.
– [Lola] I do. but you were looking for other options. Let’s just put it that way. – [Lola] I do have an XDS,
and I wanted something that would be a little
thinner, and sleeker. The XDS is a beautiful gun, and I would say that the
Shield is a handsome gun. There’s just the difference in the look. That’s how I would describe them that way. But the Shield to me has turned out to be a thinner gun for me. The thinner grip, I
really like that a lot. Shooting it today, I really
enjoy the sights on there. That worked really great for me, especially you know, I
wear prescription glasses. So, the bigger and more
pronounced the sights are, the better it is for me.
– [Hank] All right. – [Hank] So first what we did was… You know when you get
a gun out of the box, you want to see how the
sights work for you, and all that kind of stuff, and both, Lola and myself, did that. I’m going to roll in the video of that. So, what happened is… I agree with you. I think my second time
around I got a lot better. You were getting on the paper, but I think you have to practice. But I think that’s overall. That’s not just the Shield.
– [Lola] Right. – I think overall you need to practice, and that’s just a matter of just doing it and doing it over and over again, figure out what you’re doing wrong. I think that when you shoot you’re pulling a little bit to the left, and there’s lots of reasons for that. You’re probably just
pulling on that trigger instead of just squeezing it. I think that would help you. – I think also, when I go to grip the gun, I think my wrist just
naturally pulls to the left. That’s something that I need
to be aware of, or work on. – Now, talking about the Shield, in the single stack,
9mm category like this, I think the Shield is probably, if not the most affordable one, the closest to being affordable. It’s sub 400 bucks. I think that probably Kel-Tec
has something out there that might come a little bit under that. Maybe even by 50, 75
bucks, or more under that. But for the value and
everything you’re getting Smith & Wesson here, I think
is a pretty good value. I’m going to say that it definitely is a better value than the XDS. Those have been a lot more expensive. Then the new Glock 43 that’s coming out going to be almost 600, the retail. I don’t know, people I’m sure are going to be jacking up the price on that. Some people might be able
to get it less than that. So, I think it’s pretty good. It comes with two magazines, so the magazine that’s in
there fits flush like that, and it’s seven rounds. Then the other magazine
comes with eight rounds. It’s really difficult to load those last final rounds on
both of the magazines. – ‘Cause the tension in that
spring is really, really tough. Even after doing it, it
still took some effort to get that last round in there. But you know, perhaps over
time it will break that in. – Right. So in terms of just getting it, we were doing about seven
yards, and we were shooting. I think that worked out well. You’re getting on paper.
I was getting on paper. I really didn’t have any issues there. Did you have any issues? Anything you want to complain about? – No, not at all. – I think my problems would be with the take down of this gun, and I can roll in a little
bit of that for you guys. With the take down, it’s really a straight forward take down, except there’s a lever inside. It’s a yellow lever inside of there. If you drop the magazine out of it… I don’t know if you can even see it. You’ll have to actually get a tool. I’ll try to role it in ’cause you’re probably not
going to see it from here. But there’s a yellow lever in there that you have to pull
down into the magazine well in order to take it down. Then when you’re putting it back, you don’t really need a tool
or anything to get in there because the magazine pushes
it up out of the way. That’s going to be one thing
I would complain about. I’m not really sure why
they went that route. Shield I don’t know. This is my first experience with a Shield. After that, what we decided to do… I mean, that was just
the getting to know you section of the gun, shooting it. So after that we decided to do something that was a little more
real world, more practical, and we shot out of this. We’re sitting on the flatbed
of a Dodge Dakota right now. Or the truck bed. I don’t know what you call those things. This is my first ever–
– [Lola] A flatbed, I think. truck like this.
– [Lola] Pick-up truck. Now, I’m officially country because I’ve got a pick-up truck. So I don’t really know
all the nomenclature. – (laughs) Well we need it! We need it to hall all this brush, and tree limbs, and what not. – That’s not what we need it for, we need it for shooting out of it, and that’s what we did! We shot out of it. So, inside of the cabin, with the seatbelt on,
with the armrest down. and out of a holster that we have. We got a holster from Bravo Concealment. – [Lola] Go. (gun fires rapidly) – [Hank] I think, what is it called? – [Hank] The DOS? Yeah.
– [Lola] DOS. I’m not even really sure
what that means right now. – That acronym?
– [Hank] Yeah. – Can’t recall, but it’s the DOS. – Yeah, I might not even be
calling it the right name. I’ll just put it right here. What kind of holster
we’re using, and obviously you guys will see some footage of that. Okay,so there you go. That’s the Bravo Concealment DOS Drop Out of Sight Holster. So, it goes inside the waistband, and then these click down like so. You have to make sure you’ve got the proper method of locking those in. It goes in over your belt,
and you can tighten this up to make a tighter retention and all that. There you go, Bravo Concealment DOS. It’s an inside the waistband,
so we went through that. Now, what do you think about it? – You know, that was an eye opener because I think that’s a great exercise. Why? Because most likely if I’m
out there with the boys, doing the day to day grocery shopping, I think that’s probably the
most likely situation that I would ever have to draw my weapon. In your mind you kind of
have an idea as to what you would do, and how
excellent you would be, versus the reality of it– – Yeah it’s never so easy. You’re going to be under stress. It’s going to be a difficult thing to do, and the way that we did it… The target, we used a cardboard, a three dimensional cardboard target, it was pretty close to the vehicle. And that’s what’s going to happen. If someone’s far enough away,
you could just drive off unless you don’t really
have any other options. But more than likely that
person’s going to be pretty close, if not right on top of you. I don’t think it’s so much an issue of accuracy and all that,
however, you can miss. – Yes, as I found (laughs). – There’s lots of
reasons why you can miss, I think you have to practice
and come up with a method, and that’s why we’re
doing this kind of stuff. Because if we just stand there and shoot, I don’t think you’re really… I think you’re doing yourself a disservice to just stand there and shoot at a target. We’re trying to do more
real world practical things, and I think in your vehicle
is one of the places that you’re highly likely to need to use a weapon to defend yourself. – Absolutely, I agree. – And you can miss, if you’re nervous and all that kind of stuff. Now, maybe that still
backs that person off, and then you can do better. You can get out of there, get away from them. – Maybe get out, drive off. – If you can do that. If you can’t do that, you’re
going to have to not unbuckle. You’ll have to just go
for your gun. Get it out. You won’t even have time
to wind down the window. if the windows up, you’ll
shoot right through the window. Obviously we’re not
doing that here because– – I’m not replacing the window every week. – I probably could make it look
like there’s a window there, and it shatters and all that. It’ll take me days, and days, and days. – Computer graphics? – We’re not going to do all that. That’s not necessary. It’s enough of an exercise to do it, and it’s eye-opening to realize what you can actually come up against. – Yeah. And I thought the
Shield did pretty good. In terms of, it wasn’t the problem. The seatbelt was an issue. My shirt was an issue. – Yeah, where the gun is
on your person you know, how you have it oriented,
and all that kind of stuff. And, you’re going to do it for comfort, and you’re going to
forget about all of that. So when something happens, you’re going to go for your
gun and where ever it is, you’re going to have to
get it and get out there, and do what you need to do.
– [Lola] Exactly. I think that was a pretty cool exercise. I liked that. We should
definitely do that more. – Yeah, agreed. I enjoyed that one. – And, we also did some other
kind of real world stuff, getting down behind cover. So we have some barrels here on the range. We’re trying to set up the
hacienda better (laughter) – What kind of accent
is that supposed to be? – I’m like mixing up my accents
right now, I don’t know. I feel like all these all these
accents just came in there. We’re trying to set up the
hacienda in a better way. – There you go. – So that we can be more
practical in what we’re doing. And, one of the things you should do is, if you’re outside your vehicle, you should try to get
down behind cover, right. – Outside your vehicle, inside your home. Any situation you really want
to become a smaller target, and not just stand up and shoot. – [Hank] Yeah, because
if you miss the person and they’re shooting back at you, and they’re behind cover and you’re not, and you’re missing them, obviously they could get you. You want to practice getting
down behind something. That’s really difficult! I think that was the hardest one. – [Lola] t was, it was difficult. I mean, you have to think ahead
when you get to that barrel. What are you doing? How are you crouching down? Are you going left foot, right foot? It was interesting, and it was a workout. But it was good.
– [Hank] It was fun. – [Hank] And, I think I
did terribly in that one. – [Lola] But we both had to practice. That was our first time
actually putting it into action, so I think we have to practice that. – [Hank] I just came out
on one side of the barrels, and really you have to
practice going out this side, then coming out that
side, and switching over. A lot of this stuff you could probably do with a dummy gun, or dry fire practice, and all that kind of stuff. Just to get the techniques
down I think will be good. But I’m going to try. Make myself do that more
when we’re shooting guns here because I think people are going to get more useful information out of that. And we were doing it… I did it at 25 yards. I think you did it at 20 yards. – [Lola] I did. – [Hank] You can hit something. – [Lola] You can. – [Hank] Now obviously, I think
the thing with the Shield, over something like a Glock 19, that I carry all the time… Lola doesn’t carry anything like that because she thinks it’s too bulky. I usually carry a Glock 19. I have one on my hip right
now, as we’re talking. I’ve got more rounds in
there, and that’s the thing. You’re going to run
out faster on this one, with seven rounds in there. If I’m carrying it concealed, I’m going to go with the seven rounds because I think the eight rounder just sticks out a little bit too much. – It does. I wouldn’t do– – It’s seven plus one! – Exactly, which gives me eight. I’m fine with that.
– [Hank] Or, eight plus one. – But I think I would more likely carry it seven or seven plus one. – Carry the extra magazine. – Yeah then carry the extra magazine. But then, now you’ll have
to reload and all of that. So, you want to practice
some of this stuff, and really get proficient, and give yourself an opportunity, if you get into a situation where you need to hit a target, that
you can actually do it with the rounds that are
in the gun at that time, because you open yourself obviously for more danger when you run out. Because now, you’re reloading and if the person knows that, they can run up on you, and do
all kinds of stuff like that. – More rounds is always better. I know. But if you’re going to carry less, then you have to prepare for that. – That’s all the super tactical… You know, we don’t do any of that. I’m not super tactical. – Neither am I. – We’re both learning about a
lot of this stuff out there. It’s a good thing to practice all of these things and get training. I see from doing these exercises the reason why we need training. – And so do I. – [Hank] So now, what were
we shooting here with this? We were actually shooting GTR Munitions Factory Reload Ammo, 9mm. They do 9mm, 45, 40, and 2-2-3, so you’ll see us running all that stuff when we’re doing tests from time to time. All the time! They are a sponsor of the
Hank Strange Situation, so just letting you guys know that. Overall, what would you
say about the gun, Lola? I really like it. I think this is one of the best options out there for a single stack. That’s me. I didn’t let you say what
you think about it first. But, what do you think? – Well I mean, the Glock 43 is coming out, so I don’t know if it’s going
to have some competition. I know–
– [Hank] Yeah, but right now. – [Hank] You don’t have
a Glock 43 right now! – [Lola] I don’t have a Glock– – [Hank] Forget about that!
– [Lola] Okay. We’ll cross that bridge when it comes. What do you think about the Shield? – Right now, I like the Shield. – Okay. I would carry this probably
more often over the XDS. – Because the XDS you
think is kind of bulky for what you’re doing.
– [Lola] I do. – It’s bulky, it’s longer,
it’s got a thicker grip for me. You know, I still think
it’s a beautiful gun, but this is more purposeful for me. If I’m not carrying a 380,
which is the next downsize, I would go to for even
smaller concealment, then I would want a Nine, and I think that this fits that. – So in this sub-compact,
single stack category, you think that the Shield is pretty good. You’re going to stick
with this for a while. – I’m going to stick
with this for a while. I also like… I already mentioned the
sights were great for me. I also like the fact that
it’s very streamline. There isn’t really anything on here that snagged on anything. Any issues were with what I was wearing, but it’s smooth enough
where I can wear it without having things dig at me,
and all that kind of stuff, that you go through with some handguns. I like it.
– [Hank] Agree. – Yeah, I think it’s
cool. I like it myself. It’s for you to carry. I’m
pretty happy with what I’m using. But you know there are reasons why even I would carry something single stack, and I think this fits in pretty well. The biggest thing I think
about this is that the price is very competitive with
everything else out there. Matter of fact, it’s
lower than everything else even things that are coming out. Probably the only thing that’s going to be cheaper out there in the category, I’m going to say is probably
something from Kel-Tec. And, maybe we’ll do versus things. And that leads me to why you guys should sign up, follow us here on Full30! This video is going to be
exclusive to Full30, Lola. It’s not going to be anywhere
else, except on Full30! And, you guys need to sign up, get yourself an account on Full30, so you can comment, so you can follow us, and see all the things that we’re doing. And of course, follow all
our other social media, we’re on Facebook. – And we’re not leaving YouTube. There will still be content on YouTube. – [Hank] Sure. For now! And, there will be some content here. – For now! We’ll see what
happens in the future. But for now, yeah there
will be stuff over there, and we’re on Twitter. We’re on Instagram. I
said we’re on Facebook. All those good things,
Pinterest or whatever. I think Lola does the
Pinterest most of the time. So, Hank Strange on all of those things. Right?
– [Lola] Right. – Okay. So, how do we
usually end this, Lola? How do we end it?
– [Lola] We end it with– – Peace out! See you guys got Lola Strange! What more can you ask for?

100 thoughts on “Smith and Wesson Shield 9mm with Lola Strange

  • I like my shield. Had a chance to get a G43 Chose to get a New G19 OD. My local Gun store wanted to much. 540….no way I would take the G19.

  • I somehow missed this vid over on Full30, great job. I sold my shield recently but I have to say it was a great little pistol, it just simply didn't feel good in my hand. Wasn't a fault of the handgun, some just fit and some do not. Through multiple range trips it ran flawlessly and handled any ammo I ran thru it, accuracy for me was above average for handguns in its class.

  • @Hank Strange Russ Adler of Adler & Associates has an outstanding Vehicle Fighter course. I just participated in the class last weekend. Highly recommend it. @Fighting And Survival Tactics

  • Hank, the levers in the Shield are meant to disengage the sear so you wouldn't have to pull the trigger to remove the slide. An added safety feature? Meh…

  • Getting some quality Lola footage in, good stuff!  hehehe  Love my shield the most out of my carry pistols.  Congrats on Full30…

  • Love the conversation type videos. I certainly am not an expert with firearms and I do not want to sound too critical, but Lola you might want to try not to cover your body with the muzzle of the gun. The way you are drawing your firearm in the vehicle is a little scary. You might look and analyze the way Hank is drawing his firearm. Keep working with it and again, enjoy the videos.

  • @Hank Strange  nother great video, just a couple of thoughts on your mrs strange pulling left she might have to much finger on trigger, my wife had the same problem and with a small gun its easy to do.  Great shooting from the truck, but be careful not to cross your leg with the gun, make sure once its pulled from holster flatten the weapon out when crossing in front of your body.  Once again love the channel. Always look forward to seeing you and the misses on the compound!!!!!!

  • Excellent video (on Youtube) Lola did a great job and is very knowledgeable. I think you should do more vids with her, I wish more popular channels would get more women, children, and other ethnicities of people involved and GROW the gun community. Show everyone guns are not a cultural, race, sex, or adolescents thing. Owning firearms is a right, a hobby, and a means of living. However, people still want to feel as if they fit in. Lucky for you Lola is comfortable in front of the camera and can be informative and appealing to women.

  • Good video.  My EDC is the Shield.  I also own a Kel Tec P-11.  The purpose for the yellow take down lever is so to pull the trigger during disassembly. The main differences between the Shield and Kel Tec are price and trigger.  The Kel Tec PF-9 has the same round count as the Shield.  The P-11 is 10 +1 or you can find 12+1 magazines.  I have found both reliable.

  • I own a shield Hank to help with your magazine loading issue take the magazine apart then use Flizt polisher on the outside inside and the spring then clean residue off with your favorite lube you will notice that's there is a black sticky substance coming off the mags

  • Hank your great but its good to see Lola more lately because she is just prettier than you.lollol great vid u2

  • The take down is the same as any other striker fired pistol u can push the yellow tab if you don't want to pull the trigger on the pistol but you can also just pull the trigger during take down and the slide will pop right off just like a Glock or XD.

  • I'm really glad you guys made this video!  I carry a shield and I often wondered how I could draw my weapon from my holster while in my vehicle. After watching you and your wife I have started working on my presentation.  Great video guys!

  • Good choice on the M&P Shield 9mm the wife and I like the one we have. Looked at the new Glock 43 and wasn't impressed.

  • Dear Hank and Lola:
    Brilliant of you both to evaluate a gun together and present pistols from a man's point of view AND a women's point of view. Most gun vids from one or the other. Increases your viewership and presents a more well rounded review. Thank you!

  • I carry at 3:00 as do most people, I have tried this drawing in a vehicle and I have got in the routine of tucking my shirt in behind my weapon so I do need it, I dont have to fight with shirt and seat belt.

  • I'm surprised everyone is sleeping on the 4.0 xds. The long slide doesn't make it any less concealable other than pocket carry. and it shoots much smoother. With the extended mag you have a full size and a sub gun in 1 package.

  • Grate pistol ! I pickup my second one but without the safety back in December 2014 and I love it . I Rolll with the little Foxx holsters , They are a good price and do the job

  • Congrats, Lola! It's definitely a more attractive option, now that they have a version without the thumb safety.

  • great video good weapon. Having Mrs. Lola in a video with a product has the same effect as an actor sharing a scene with a baby.  The baby steals the scene , Lola makes the gun secondary (with respect). nice gun range we( my family) are constructing a range in the rural area of Suffolk Virginia Republic on 8 of acquired 100 acres , yours look good. when we get it somewhat completed I will send you some videos.

  • Love your channel. Just subscribed and started watching old videos. One suggestion for Lola when doing vehicle training scenarios. Be very careful about muzzling yourself. She was sweeping the muzzle across her lap during her draw stroke. One method I've seen taught for this is run the barrel over top the steering wheel and use that as a reference until you slide it over the top of the wheel and orient the muzzle out the window. If done properly it doesn't take long. It's may be hard to explain, but I believe there's a video on YouTube with an instructor explaining this technique. It's helped me avoid sweeping myself while practicing my draw while seated in a vehicle. Awesome channel though! I held the shield for the first time the other day and I was really surprised at the slimness and ergonomics.

  • Thanks, this was a great video. It is so nice to see a husband and wife working together. It helped me decide to purchase the Shield.

  • Just pull the trigger during the take down process like a Glock. The yellow lever is not a must for taking off the slide. As I understand, it was a design feature for those that don't like pulling the trigger to field strip their handguns.

  • It's nice to see a woman on youtube that is highly intelligent and understands and isn't ignorant about firearms.  Also is very articulate in her description of the firearms and wants to know as much as she can about the firearm.  You are correct that you are a very lucky man hank!!!

  • Dropping to the knees is a stable position, but it's slow to get out of. One knee down can get you low and stable but gives you the ability to move from there much quicker if you need to. Draw before you are crouched because it can make it difficult or impossible depending on carry position. Keep training and mixing it up to make it fun yet progressive.

  • It would be a good idea to not sweep ones thighs and crotch area after drawing the pistol. It is a better idea to sweep the windshield after drawing. Think of a boxer's hook punch before shooting out the window.

  • hey hank strange you are sitting on the tailgate ,not the flat bed but anyway i wanted you to know . your videos are awesome ,keep up the good work

  • I understand http://magguts.com/ sells replacement magazine internals which allows you to increase the capacity of the Shield magazines from 7 or 8 to 8 or 9, respectively.

  • Great video! I demoed the Shield in 9mm & .40SW at a demo day not long ago, and I was impressed with both. I would be happy with either caliber. I also demoed a Springfield XDs 4.0 and an XD9sc and they were good too. The grip on the XD9sc was very comfortable. I also demoed the Glock 43 at the same demo day, and i prefer the Glock 26 that I already carry over it. To me it felt similar to the 42 and I prefer it over the 43, and I prefer the Shield as far as single stack 9mm's go.

  • Great video. I enjoyed hearing the male and female view of the shield. I carry a G26 and sometimes opt for my shield 9 . I think it is a very formidable gun for self defense . As a matter of fact when a new shooter ask me what gun could I get as a first handgun that I may carry and may not I suggest the shield. At home with the 8 round mag as a bedside home defense it works and with a 7 round it's concealable. Again great video I liked and subscribed.
    Thanks so much.

  • The  shield is a great gun!!! very good and worth buying had the spring field  
    shield is super accurate best value try one!!!!

  • Hank and Lola doing it with the Shield! I enjoy seeing you two in the video's together. Have you or are you going to review a Sccy 9MM? I have a friend who selling them like popcorn. A lot of them being carried here around my area with no complaints so far.

  • The shield does have some very strong mag springs out of the box. Mine have gotten a bit easier to load over time which means that either the spring eventually gets a bit softer or my fingers have gotten stronger from loading those mags, lol.

  • try getting lola to sweep the muzzle out in front of her legs towards the steering wheel, rather than across her torso and legs… 🙂

  • Hank Strange, I would love to follow you on full30.com, but my windows 8 computer will not play any of the videos on full30. I have tried IE and Firefox neither application will work. Any suggestions?

  • Hey! first time ever watchin you guys on here and just noticed that Gilchrist county ALS vehicle in the background! I'm from High Springs and live in Gainesville. I just picked myself up the Shield and I have a few other weapon systems that would be awesome to meet up and go shootin or somethin.

  • one of the reasons I changed to appendix carry (12 oclock) is to be able to draw quicker and easier from my seated driving position. I'm 3 times faster than you because where it is while I drive, and that can be critical in a car-jacking event. Just something to consider.

  • Lola's cool, and she picked a great gun. The 9 Shield is the best non-custom, single-stack, striker-fired pistol on the market, at any price, even after the debut of the Glock 43. She's of a small stature, so it's only natural that the smaller gun conceals better for her. With that said, she should carry one, preferably two, spare mags, and practice reloads. Very nice, down to earth vid, and you guys make a great couple!

  • Props to you guys for training in various positions, and setting up the draw from the vehicle realistically with the seat belt on. A note of caution- muzzling the legs is a danger when drawing from the seated position. Lola did sweep her legs multiple times during the drill. Many trainers advocate indexing over the top of steering wheel while orienting towards the threat. This is very safe, but a bit of excessive movement in my opinion. As long as the weapon is drawn high towards the chest/pectoral area and the muzzle is oriented horizontally before turning towards the threat, drawing in a vehicle can be done safely at speed. Good video guys!

  • Do not have a shield yet just saw your video on the S and W Shield in soon to be 45 ACP can't wait to see your review on this one.

  • you can't be country and use the word "nomenclature"! Just against the rules. 🙂 * we want more Lola please*

  • The shield is a really well made and accurate pistol. I own the shield in .40 and it is really a jumpy sucker. You have to grip it really firmly in order to avoid the gun jumping out of your hand. A firm grip is of course necessary, but the grip needed to hold down the beast in .40 is a bit heavy and in my opinion causes follow up shots to suffer in accuracy. I have opted for the same gun in 9mm and am happy now. I also own the Springfield XDS in 9mm and I love it. In the end though, this shield just fits my hand like a glove and I carry it all the time. Great review you guys. Peace and happiness.

  • Lola, you always need to clear the safety belt before going for the pistol. Get in a habit of clearing your safety belt before drawing your pistol in that type of situation because you don't want to be trapped in your vehicle by a safety belt if he or the assailant rather starts to move to another side of the vehicle you need to be able to get out of that vehicle or drive off but in all honesty clearing that safety belt is the first priority. Train like that you'll get down to where you can clear it with your left hand and throw it against the side of the door to get it out of the way quickly and access your weapon and it'll be much cleaner and much quicker you can even bring the muzzle over the steering wheel so not to cover yourself with the barrel. Keep up the training girl you're doing the right thing.

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