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Daily Carry: A list of what I pack up every day and make sure I have with me. What do you carry every day?
Private firearm sales: In states with no restrictions on private firearm sales, not protecting yourself could result in serious criminal or civil liability if a gun you sell turns up in the wrong hands. Some simple steps to protecting yourself when you make a private sale of a firearm.
Teaching kids to shoot is one of the most rewarding activities you can undertake as a responsible gun owner and shooting enthusiast. But make sure you do it right. When you take a kid out to shoot, be sure the trip is for them, not for you. It can make the difference between them wanting more or learning to hate it.
Cleaning a GLOCK pistol is quite easy considering their simplicity, minimal parts, and Tenifer metal treatment. This all makes them durable enough to use aggressive and fast cleaning methods. I don't know of anybody who cleans a GLOCK after every use. Don't get all bent out of shape. I just don't personally know any and I'm not endorsing not cleaning it.
The .357 Magnum For Home Defense: When considering a handgun for the job, you just can't hardly go wrong with the .357 magnum for home defense. Now, I know a tactical shotgun loaded with 00 buckshot will do wonders to stop a home invasion, but this is about a handgun for the use and for a handgun, if I only had one for this purpose, it would be a .357 magnum revolver.
Carrying a J Frame revolver is not difficult to do. The biggest challenge is to just figure out which of the multitude of ways you want to do it on any given day with whatever activity you'll be engaging in and how you will dress. In any case, there is hardly any way of dressing other than naked that will not allow carrying a diminutive J Frame revolver.
Carrying a GLOCK Pistol: The controversy over carrying a GLOCK pistol is one of those eternally surfacing subjects that just never gets solved to everyone's satisfaction. Is it safe? Is it not safe? Do GLOCKS spontaneously go off without warning and without human interaction? Will your GLOCK pistol fire if you accidentally drop it when holstering or unholstering? Novice to expert gun owners, police officers, military personnel, gun writers in the thousands all have weighed in. The verdict: Thousands disagree on the safety or lack thereof of carrying a GLOCK pistol.
Carrying A 1911 Pistol: A request for information on safely carrying the 1911 pistol is one of the most frequent inquiries that I get on my web site. Probably because the 1911 pistol is the most popular style of handgun on earth. Notice I didn't say "brand". I said "style". Consequently there is a huge number of holsters made for this type gun.
First time concealed carry of a handgun can be pretty disconcerting. Carrying a concealed handgun involves many factors to consider. You don’t just go to the local gun shop, pick out a gun and holster, strap it on and go out and defend yourself and the rest of the world. Carrying that concealed handgun also means carrying a huge responsibility that goes with it.
USCCA Review: The United States Concealed Carry Association is still the only organization/business like this. So far no other organization can offer anything close to what they do for the price.
A Look At The Old Fort Gun Club: A view of an excellent member operated gun club and range.
Trying to figure out concealed carry? Which gun(s), which holster(s), safety, gun size, caliber, recoil, dependability, versatility, comfort, price ..... IT NEVER ENDS!
Well, concealed carry just got simpler. Your shortcut to figuring it all out.