In the real world, things happen—unforseen things. If you carry for self defense, you should try to prepare yourselves for as many of these circumstances as you can. If you're not one of these folks who happen to be ambidextrous, you might not be as confident shooting with your non-dominant hand. In fact, you might be downright horrible at it. But there are a number of reasons you might have to do so in a life-or-death situation. Handgun instructor Tom McHale shows you how to train your weak hand to do what it needs to in an emergency.