Concealed Carry

  1. Safety - A Breakdown of Handgun Safeties

    Safety - A Breakdown of Handgun Safeties

    Let’s talk safety, most handgun safety, or safeties. Handgun safeties, I mean, not the general act of being safe. Handgun safeties come in various forms and shapes. There are the safeties you see and interact with, and then there are the automatic devices you never engage with. Today we are going to be describing the safety devices a shooter engages...
  2. Smith & Wesson Equalizer, The Carry Gun to Fit All Hands

    Smith & Wesson Equalizer, The Carry Gun to Fit All Hands

    Is the Smith & Wesson Equalizer a game changer for folks with dexterity challenges? Smith & Wesson has had a very busy 2023, and who knows what we can expect next from them? One of their newest pistols that have been released is the Equalizer. A simple design that feels similar to the original old-school M&P Shield. When it comes...
  3. P365 Vs Savage M1907 - Two Concealed Carry Icons

    P365 Vs Savage M1907 - Two Concealed Carry Icons

    Old vs. New: Who comes out on top? Let's go ahead and get it out of the way. This isn't a real versus match. We know the P365 is hands down the better gun for concealed carry. It has a century of development on the Savage M1907. However, I titled the article that way for a reason. I genuinely want...
  4. The SIG P232 vs the Walther PPK

    The SIG P232 vs the Walther PPK

    What if James Bond had a choice? Sure, Q stuck him with the Walther, but would the super spy have preferred a Sig? Let the debate begin. The SIG P232 and Walther PPK series could be mistaken for brothers. They look so utterly similar. It wouldn’t be out of the question to assume that one is a copy of the...
  5. Derringers - The Past, Present, and Future

    Derringers - The Past, Present, and Future

    Who doesn’t love a Derringer? These pistols offer you a weapon that’s about as small as a gun can be. They are very simple with few moving parts, and tend to be very easy to conceal. In fact, that was the purpose of the first derringers. While small guns had existed before, a man named Henry Deringer created a gun...
  6. Rat Shot Yay or Nay For Self Defense

    Rat Shot Yay or Nay For Self Defense

    Rat shot for self-defense? Travis tackles this most unusual question. Recently a friend purchased an S&W Bodyguard .38 Special revolver, a fine little gun that’s plenty modern but also affordable, reliable, and easy to conceal carry. I opened the cylinder to unload the gun to dry fire it and found a round of rat shot mixed in with his rounds...

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