And yet you'd be hard-pressed to tell that fact some days at the range, watching the elaborate kata some shooters go through as they jam their heater back into the holder.
Perhaps unsurprisingly, this is one of the major causes of unexpected loud noises. These noises are bad enough with a holster carried in a traditional position on the hip, where the shootee might find themselves awarded a "racing stripe", but with other forms of carry, such as the increasingly popular appendix inside-the-waistband (AIWB), it's even more important to do it exactly right:
Think of all the stories you’ve read online in which someone shot himself in the foot, leg, thigh, or buttock while drawing or holstering. Now imagine if those stories all involved someone getting a self-induced lightning fast ballistic vasectomy, instead.
Get good training. Use good gear. Practice. Think about why you do the things you do. "Because the other kids are doing it!" is no more a valid answer now than it was when you were five.