Ive trained for many years on holster draws. Theyre very important to be able to do safely, quickly, and from compromised positions. Under normal, empty handed circumstances i use my left hand to lift clothing, allowing for cleaner access to the firearm. I realize the importance and often a deadly encounter, the attack could often require the need to use the opposite hand to deflect or block a stab, a muzzle of a firearm, blunt object, rock, glass bottle, pool stick, a wrench, a tire iron, screwdriver, baseball bat, etc. Requiring a one handed holster draw, while your opposite hand plays defense. Data on civilian based self defense shootings (not well published) is pointing towards these shootings happen at closer range than we might think. (2 or 3 or 4 yds.) (This is just my opinion formulated by a lot of factors) In a recent training class, with a new instructor, they are teaching only One-handed holster draws. What are your thoughts? I personally am now training for both. Thoughts?