TFBTV: Does Shooting A Revolver From a Jacket Pocket Actually Work?

    We’ve all heard that one of the perks of carrying a revolver is the ability to avoid the time necessary to draw and present by simply firing from concealment: In other words, blowing a hole through your jacket pocket. But does this tactic actually work? Or are you just ruining a perfectly good coat? James investigates this popular theoretical strategy in this episode of TFBTV. Equipped with a velvet blazer, James drops a copper-washed Ruger LCRx into his pocket to see if he really can dump a cylinder into a cardboard mugger. For the sake of comparison, James also tries pocket-firing a KelTec P3AT as well to see if the tiny auto pistol can fire off more than one round. Check out this episode for the results.

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    James Reeves

    • NRA-licensed concealed weapons instructor, 2012-present
    Maxim Magazine’s MAXIMum Warrior, 2011
    • TFBTV Executive Producer
    • Former Regional Sales Rep, Interstate Arms Corp., MA
    • Champion, Key West Cinco De Mayo Taco Eating Competition
    • GLOCK® Certified Pistol Operator, 2017-2022
    • Lawyer
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