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  1. Top 3 Concealed Carry Must-Have Skills

    Top 3 Concealed Carry Must-Have Skills

    Just because you own a gun and a holster doesn't mean you are ready to defend yourself. But these three drills will help you prepare.   With the rise in the number of concealed carriers across the country and people looking to defend themselves and their loved ones, we have to ask: Are they really ready for the encounter? If...
  2. Clips, Wings, and Loops, Oh My! What Holster Hardware is Best For You?

    Clips, Wings, and Loops, Oh My! What Holster Hardware is Best For You?

    The best part about concealed carry is that there are a variety of ways to carry, thanks to the many options of holster hardware. Everyone’s body shape is different and the ways to carry a gun are becoming endless. Here at CrossBreed holsters, a few of our holster options allow you to swap hardware to fit your style of carrying...
  3. The Fitz Special - A Revolutionary CCW

    The Fitz Special - A Revolutionary CCW

    When it comes to concealed carry, the famed snub nose revolver is one of the O.G.s of carry firearms. To this day, the snub nose continues to be a common choice for shooters looking for a simple, reliable, and powerful weapon. Where did the famed snub nose come from? Tough to say, but the Fitz Special is arguably one of...
  4. SIG P210 Carry - Retro Concealed Carry Awesome

    SIG P210 Carry - Retro Concealed Carry Awesome

    The Sig P210 Carry may be the epitome of necessity being the mother of invention that worked out perfectly. In the wake of those pesky, cowardly, and white flag-waving Nazis, the Swiss Army decided to upgrade their weaponry, including their service handgun. The SIG P210 became the official sidearm of choice and was designated the 'Pistole 49' by the Swiss...
  5. The SIG P322 - Plink, Train, Dominate

    The SIG P322 - Plink, Train, Dominate

    Sig Sauer joins the ranks of semi-auto makers offering great little plinkers and trainers with their new .22LR pistol. Companies making .22 LR variants of their firearms are nothing new. Walther did it, Glock did it, S&W did it, and the list goes on. When I first read about the SIG P322, I assumed it was a.22LR version of the...
  6. Just Say No To Small of Back Carry

    Just Say No To Small of Back Carry

      Small of back carry is, shall we say, less than ideal. Travis explains why. Some methods of carrying a gun are objectively better than others. Most carry positions and styles offer some benefit. One method might be faster to draw, one might maximize concealment, and another might be more comfortable. With that being said is one carry style or...