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  1. #11
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    To that end, pick the right covering garment. A long T-shirt of thin clinging material is likely to snag and bind and lacks the weight for a clean one-handed draw.
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  2. #12
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    Quote Originally Posted by Papa View Post
    To that end, pick the right covering garment. A long T-shirt of thin clinging material is likely to snag and bind and lacks the weight for a clean one-handed draw.
    Not shit, huh? The trend with T-shirts seems to be to make them as thin and clingy as possible... Like I'm wearing lingerie instead of a man's shirt.
    I tracked down some Gildan Men's Heavy Cotton T-shirts on Amazon just for this reason... Properly cut and sized, decently heavy and stiff for a t-shirt, and around $5 each. Still a bit longer than I prefer but I have a short torso so I'm always SOL in that department.

  3. #13
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    I think something just like shrimping, bridging, basic BJJ-type intro stuff would be good. Could probably be 5 minutes or less. For people who don't have any exposure to BJJ in any form, that would shortcut the initial learning curve of the first couple of hours of PGF.
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