To look or not to look when reholstering, that is the question (VIDEO)

The Guns America gang met up with Daniel Shaw, a former Marine combat arms instructor, and got his feedback on looking down while reholstering.

Shaw, with the Funker Tactical crew, makes a good point that largely refutes the familiar trope you often hear in combat shooting classes.

That pesky logic. Always pops up when you least expect.

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