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  1. Get Off the X!

    Get Off the X!

    If you stand in one spot during a gunfight, there’s a good chance you’ll die there.   Gunfights are hardly ever one-sided. If you’re shooting at someone, chances are that someone is shooting at you, too. It doesn’t matter who started it, bullets are flying in both directions, and you want to avoid getting hit. So how do you do...
  2. Bad Concealed Carry Advice and How To Fix It

    Bad Concealed Carry Advice and How To Fix It

    Here is how to sort out the bad and keep the good.   Who doesn't love concealed carry? It can seem like a chore on occasion but having a means to take personal responsibility for your own defense is a right we should not take for granted. Concealed carry is a broad and nuanced topic that warrants lots of discussion...
  3. Firearm Ownership Before Legal Concealed Carry Age

    Firearm Ownership Before Legal Concealed Carry Age

    How do you legally own and carry a gun if you're 18-20 years old?   Firearm ownership laws vary from state to state, but many Americans can possess and transport a firearm at an earlier age than 21 years old. And in this day and age, it’s good to own a firearm as early as legally possible, learn how to...
  4. Why You Should Choose Your Own Concealed Carry Gun

    Why You Should Choose Your Own Concealed Carry Gun

    Picking a carry gun is a very personal choice, not one to be made for you by someone else.   Once you decide to start carrying a gun and have all the legal checkboxes complete – whether in a permitless carry state or one that requires a permit – the next step is to figure out what gun to carry...
  5. Reloading Under Pressure – Can You Do It?

    Reloading Under Pressure – Can You Do It?

    Have you practiced changing mags and reloading your gun? It is committed to muscle memory?   Despite what Hollywood tells us, sometimes guns run out of bullets. Yep, it’s true. Sorry to break it to you, but Hollywood lied to us…again. Go figure. Perhaps you’ve come across an infinite-fire gun some time in your life, but I’ve never seen one...
  6. What to Expect When Starting to Carry Concealed

    What to Expect When Starting to Carry Concealed

    Contrary to popular belief, there will not be a spotlight or flashing neon lights on your gun.   The hardest part of starting to carry concealed is just that, starting. Just like anything new, there’s a level of fear with doing something for the first time, not to mention with a loaded firearm. Knowing what to expect can help ease...

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