Cross draw holsters come with their pros and cons in many form and shapes, they are a staple of concealed and open carry and if you are considering purchasing one do so, but read our small article first.
Why shoulder holsters? Because armed to the armpits is the new armed to the teeth. The best shoulder holsters often get overlooked, and I don’t mean because of the jacket. They are overlooked because countless masses of IWB concealed carry fans just can’t appreciate the classic. Or can they? Let’s find out.
Have you ever wondered what is the best concealed carry pouch? Or what is the best concealed carry fanny pack? You probably did, didn’t you. Well this article will discuss the concealability, aesthetic, comfort and general use of them.
Finding the perfect IWB holster can take a good while. You have multiple holster options that basically promise the same thing. So how to choose the best IWB holster for your self defense? It’s much simpler with our short IWB guide. So hold on to your concealed carry permit because here’s the deal: We’ll tell you the how-to’s and the next time you’ll be on the search for an IWB holster for a pistol or revolver you’ll have the know how.
Carrying your firearm in a fanny pack, backpack, messenger bag, belt pouch or purse leaves your pistol or revolver off your body and is not preferred by many, but this style of carry has a lot to offer.
Gun safety is not a joke. It may at first appear to be a very dry subject, however it is one of the most important thing you should learn to do.
Concealed carry is not rocket science. It’s a different type of ‘science’ and the more you know the better. Let’s just say that you decided to get a handgun for your self-defense needs or you are just thinking about getting a concealed carry permit. Or maybe you already are a concealed carrier. No matter your CC stage, the process probably went something like this.
Whether you are working in the middle of the city centre or out hunting in the woods, there is no reason why your concealed handgun should stay home. It won’t help you there.
Don’t forget to communicate - verbally or non-verbally. Hand gestures can be very helpful but also short, clear commands as “Out of the way” or “Run” will do.
There are many ways to conceal handguns of various sizes. Here are 4 of them worthy of consideration.
Self defense is all in the details. It's not only about having the coolest gun and training at the range every day. It's also about a thing called situational awareness and many more. Read the article and prepare yourself.