Somewhere there need to be a laundry list of comments like this so people have a list of ideas to draw from when constructing their own comments.I put my comment in. I made my case of cheek welding/bracing and that there is a myriad of ways one can shoot a pistol.. there is no definite, textbook way. Single, supported, right/left, arm cruxed, off a barricade/support, benched or braced.. I also made note all agents use support hands to stabalize their idea if a “typical service pistol” not a single agent uses strictly one hand.
*I noted the actual dangers of mandatory straps and that it should be up to the end user but a design feature included none the less as that is a feature of “some” braces. (my point that a hand locked into place, difficult to clear a malfunction and makes handling more awkward and ups end user risk when it comes to safety.)
*I made defense of adjustability and various differing body mechanics paired with storage and transport and that ultimatly if the fear is easily consealable firearms.. criminals will simply do this regardless of the law. That most of us enjoy the adjustability for comfort, storage and transport.
The more civil comments submitted the longer the process takes them. As MAC stated with a rep from GOA.. our numbers of logical, civil comments aids our case when this all goes to court.
I think specifically we need to target things on the scorecard which contradict things they say are "o.k." Fe if they say it is "ok" to use brace as a cheek rest, we should identify all items on the checklist that prevent it being used as a cheekrest.