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Caution: Unload your pistol before practicing your draw.
ALWAYS make sure your pistol is seated properly in your wallet holster BEFORE putting it in your pocket.
NEVER carry anything else in your pocket with your pistol and wallet holster.

NEVER holster your pistol while your holster is in your pocket!
 
 
 
Wallet Holster drawing methods 
 
 
 
 The following are 3 possible drawing methods for Uncle George's Wallet Holster.  You may discover a different way that suits you better.
 
 If you find that your new wallet holster is a bit tight at first you might find the "breaking-in" video to be informative and helpful.  You can find the video on the video demos page or click on this link.  Breaking-in
 
 
One possible method is with index/trigger finger inside the wallet holster alongside the pistol slide.   I do not put my index finger inside the trigger guard nor am I even close to doing so with this draw.
 
         
 
        
 
         
 
        
 
First Photo - Begin to Insert the index, middle and ring finger between the back flap and the pistol grip.  The middle and ring finger should be initially positioned where the grip curves inward.  Use these two fingers to create an opening between the pistol and the back of the holster allowing all three fingers to then go do down into the holster.
 
Second Photo - Further insert the middle and ring finger up to the first joint and where you can get those fingers around the pistol grip and your thumb is on the back of the slide.  At the same time insert your index/trigger finger in alongside the pistol slide.
 
Third Photo - Stop at this point as it is not necessary to insert the fingers any further down into the holster.
 
Fourth Photo - Without inserting the fingers any further down into the holster simply close (squeeze) your middle and ring finger while maintaining your thumb position on the back of the slide and simultaneously begin to pull the pistol straight up.
 
Fifth Photo - As the procedure in the fourth photo is being accomplished the index/trigger finger will naturally slide into its final position alongside and down further on the side of the pistol slide.
 
Sixth Photo - Continue with the upward draw of the pistol until it has cleared the holster while moving your thumb from the back of the slide to its normal firing position on the upper grip.
 
Photos 7 and 8 - Completed draw and you can see that the pistol is in a ready mode with the trigger finger alongside the slide.
 
Please note that this is only my suggested way of drawing from this holster.  With some practice I think you might find it a good way to get your pistol out of your pocket.  Check out the video demonstration to see the draw illustrated in the above photos.  I do not put my index finger inside the trigger guard nor am I even close to doing so with this draw.
 
 
 
Caution: Unload your pistol before practicing your draw.
ALWAYS make sure your pistol is seated properly in your wallet holster BEFORE putting it in your pocket.
NEVER carry anything else in your pocket with your pistol and wallet holster.

NEVER holster your pistol while your holster is in your pocket!
 
 
  
A second possible method is with the index/trigger finger outside the pants pocket and alongside the barrel.
I do not put my index finger inside the trigger guard nor am I even close to doing so with this draw.
 
        
 
        
 
        
 
        
   
First and Second Photo - Begin to insert the middle and ring finger into the holster while leaving the index/trigger finger outside the pants pocket alongside the barrel.  The thumb should be in position to contact the back of the pistol slide.
 
Third and Fourth Photo - The thumb makes contact with the back of the slide while the middle and ring finger stop at the first joint of those fingers in preparation to wrap around the pistol grip.  The index/trigger finger is now outside the pants pocket and against the pistol barrel.
 
Fifth and Sixth Photo - The middle and ring finger are squeezed and the pistol is simultaneously pulled straight up from the holster.  The thumb maintains firm contact with the back of the slide which makes it possible to draw straight up out of the holster.  The index/trigger finger slides upward alongside the outside of the pants pocket.
 
Last Two Photos - As the pistol is extracted from the pants pocket the index/trigger finger makes contact with and lays flat alongside the barrel in the ready position.  The thumb switches from the back of the slide to the normal firing postion for the thumb alongside the grip.
 
This method of drawing might be useful to those that are reluctant to insert their index/trigger finger inside the holster along side the barrel.  To see a demonstration of this draw check out the video provided.
I do not put my index finger inside the trigger guard nor am I even close to doing so with this draw.
 
 
 
 
Caution: Unload your pistol before practicing your draw.
ALWAYS make sure your pistol is seated properly in your wallet holster BEFORE putting it in your pocket.
NEVER carry anything else in your pocket with your pistol and wallet holster.

NEVER holster your pistol while your holster is in your pocket!
 
 
 
 
And lastly a third possibility, which is the method I use, is just using your index finger and thumb to extract the pistol from your pocket.  It isn't as fast but is sufficient and works well with tight pockets.  I do not put my index finger inside the trigger guard nor am I even close to doing so with this draw.
 
          
 
         
 
         
 
First and Second Photos -  Simultaneously, insert index finger between pistol and back flap and insert thumb into pocket onto the pistol grip as shown.  Fingers only need to grab hold of the back half of the grip.  No need to go down into your pocket any deeper thereby keeping your finger away from the trigger.
 
Third Photo -  Squeeze your index finger and thumb together vise-like and begin the extraction of the pistol from the holster by lifting up the pistol so that the handle completely clears the top of your pocket.
 
Fourth and Fifth Photo - Make your normal grip on the pistol with your thumb alongside the grip and your index finger along side the pistol slide.
 
Sixth Photo - Continue with extaction until you have completely cleared the holster and back pocket and your ready to go.
 
This draw was a bit more difficult to photograph sequentially and describe so I made a little video demonstration that might help illustrate the draw better.  I do not put my index finger inside the trigger guard nor am I even close to doing so with this draw.  Video Demonstration
 
 
You might discover another way to draw that suits you.  Take a look at this video demo that shows some variations on this draw that might be more to your liking or suit your situation. Video Demonstration

 
Caution: Unload your pistol before practicing your draw.
ALWAYS make sure your pistol is seated properly in your wallet holster BEFORE putting it in your pocket.
NEVER carry anything else in your pocket with your pistol and wallet holster.