TheBrick Posted July 26, 2010 Share Posted July 26, 2010 A competitor received a match DQ for firing a shot downrange while retrieving his loaded handgun from the starting position located in a filing cabinet drawer. The round went through the filing cabinet and impacted not closer than 2 yds. from the start position nor over the berm and, obviously, not in the holster or uprange. The discussion is whether S-1-F absolves this action from a DQ or S-1-E and S-7 (both require finger out of the trigger guard during... drawing.) require the DQ. Kind of makes sense both ways. What defines a "draw." Thoughts anybody? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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