THREE-POINT MOVING TRANSITION
The three-point straps are suitable for weapons up to 90cm in length. For longer weapons, two-point straps are more useful. In this transition exercise we can observe several details:
1º The strap is passed over the left shoulder and leaves the weapon hanging on the right side, if the shooter is right-handed, not the other way around as seen on many occasions.
2º When releasing the long weapon, it rotates from behind until it is hooked in a comfortable position to be able to run, drop to the ground, carry an injured teammate, etc. We never let go of it in front of the body, where it can hit us on the legs or bother us when we fall to the ground, etc.
3º The extraction of the weapon placed in the vest is much faster than that placed in the leg holsters. The right hand draws the weapon in a natural and rapid way as it passes after turning the long gun towards the back.
4th If it is necessary to shoot with the long weapon, it reaches our hands quickly by pulling the strap at the height of the right shoulder with the left hand, while the right hand holsters the pistol and prepares to grasp the assault rifle.