Concealed Carry

  1. 5 Critical Questions That Make Buying (and Carrying) the Right Handgun Stress-Free

    5 Critical Questions That Make Buying (and Carrying) the Right Handgun Stress-Free

    Buying a gun, especially a handgun for concealed carry, can be intimidating for new guns owners but it doesn’t have to be. All you have to do is ask yourself a few pointed questions to take the guess and stress out of selecting and carrying your new handgun! Here are Five Critical Questions that will make buying and carrying the right...
  2. 5 Great J-Frame Options for Concealed Carry

    5 Great J-Frame Options for Concealed Carry

    The designation J-Frame is technically an S&W term for a particular revolver frame size. The J-Frame moniker has evolved and grown and now become a term meaning small revolver in general. The J-Frame has become synonymous with snub nose revolver. Revolvers are still competent carry guns and offer shoots a small, but superbly powerful carry option. Revolvers are still incredibly...
  3. The Streamlight TLR-6: A Bright Little Guy

    The Streamlight TLR-6: A Bright Little Guy

    I wrote recently about a time when weapon lights were massive and designed for home defense and duty work. Over time the idea of a small, concealable weapon light has become a genuine thing. Companies like Taurus and Beretta have even designed frames that incorporate a flashlight. Small guns rarely have rails so it can be tricky to attach a...
  4. Appendix vs. Strong Side: Which is Better?

    Appendix vs. Strong Side: Which is Better?

    It’s a debate as old as 1911 vs. striker-fired polymer, .45 vs. 9mm., Yankees vs. Red Sox. What’s the best way to carry concealed: appendix or strong side hip? Before I get started, let’s take one option out of the equation: off-belt carry. While there are plenty of other carry options besides appendix or strong side hip, such as ankle...
  5. Is a Weapon-Mounted Light Right for Your Everyday Carry?

    Is a Weapon-Mounted Light Right for Your Everyday Carry?

    The majority of modern handguns have a section below the barrel called a rail. Rails can be found both big and small guns and, of course, can accommodate either light or laser. Additionally, you can toss on just about anything on a rail. But generally speaking, you are limited to a light or laser. Today, we are going to talk...
  6. PRINTING: How Big of a Deal Is It? | CrossBreed Blog

    PRINTING: How Big of a Deal Is It? | CrossBreed Blog

    The first day I carried a gun I was absolutely terrified that someone would see it. I was freaking out that someone would 'make' me. I constantly readjusted my clothing and always worried about the gun slipping and showing, and of course, I worried about printing. Printing is the outline of the holster and gun protruding through your shirt. This is...

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