Firearm accessibility and draw time is often discussed in the defensive world of training. Have you considered the actual time it takes to properly access and draw and fire from a variety of concealed carry positions? In this session, we'll take a deep, interactive and scientific look at a variety of concealed carry approaches and just what real times equate to your ability to access a concealed carry firearm. We'll also examine and link the time it takes to access our firearm to the time it takes attackers to do what they do. After this session, you'll likely never again look at your conceal carry draw time the same way.
Cole McCulloch is the NRA's Director of Competitive Shooting and was an active duty Marine during the early 1990’s, spending time in the infantry and serving as a member of the Marine Corps Fleet Anti-Terrorism Security Team (FAST Co.) and is a graduate of Virginia Tech. Cole is a multi-discipline competition shooter, firearms trainer, long-range hunter, and is the founder and lead instructor for the NRA Defensive Handgun Academy, the NRA Precision Long Range Shooting School and the NRA Practical Hunting & Rifle School. Cole also works closely with NRA Outdoors Programs, NRA Sports Programs and is the founder and manager of the NRA World Shooting Championship, which crowns the world’s greatest shooter each year.