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  1. 5 Reasons You Should Carry a Gun on Your Body

    5 Reasons You Should Carry a Gun on Your Body

    Not all carry options are equal. Carrying on-body is far superior to off-body for a host of reasons. Here are 5.   Sure, having to carry a gun on your body all day, everywhere you go, in all types of weather conditions isn’t the most comfortable activity, but it’s a necessity. It’s hard to hear that there are no safe...
  2. Look, Ma, One Hand! Why Shooting One-Handed Is Critical

    Look, Ma, One Hand! Why Shooting One-Handed Is Critical

    Shooting one-handed may be your only option in a gunfight. Do you have the skills to make the shot?   We all love a good two-handed grip on our guns. It allows us to get a powerful grasp on your pistol and maximize control. In training, we use that good two-handed grip to maximize control, accuracy, and recoil management. While...
  3. Top 5 Budget Concealed Carry Pistols

    Top 5 Budget Concealed Carry Pistols

    You don't have to spend a ton on a good pistol to protect yourself.   Everyone’s got a budget. You budget in your home, your car, groceries, and the like. Handguns are no different. Are budget handguns risky? You’re looking for something that must be responsible for saving your life, and you want it to be affordable. As such, you...
  4. Everyday Carry (EDC) Dump

    Everyday Carry (EDC) Dump

    What's in your EDC? Do you have everything you need all the time?   It may come as a surprise that everyday carry doesn’t just mean only carrying a firearm. In fact, even before legal carrying age, most young adults should have some form of “non-lethal” protection on them. If you remember nothing else from this blog, remember “two is...
  5. Using Cover and Concealment Effectively

    Using Cover and Concealment Effectively

    How to identify, hide behind, and shoot from barriers.   If you’re ever in a gunfight – and we sincerely hope that never happens, but we also hope you’re prepared if it ever does – you will need to get off the X and find cover or concealment. It’s a valuable life-saving skill that can change the outcome of the...
  6. Concealed Carry Qualifying vs. Carrying for Real

    Concealed Carry Qualifying vs. Carrying for Real

    They are very different and should be treated that way.   In most states, concealed carry permit applicants must not only take a class ranging from as few as four to as many as 16 hours (yes, Illinois, we’re looking at you here), they also have to put rounds down range to demonstrate at least a modicum of marksmanship that...

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