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Arkansas AG States Open Carry is Legal

Arkansas AG States Open Carry is Legal

According to the Arkansas Attorney General Leslie Rutledge, as long as you don't plan on using a handgun illegally, then open carry on your person and in a vehicle is legal per to Act 746 of 2013. She gave her opinion on Act 746 of 2013 in a letter while trying to clear up confusion for gun owners…

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A Rundown of "Duty To Inform" Laws in All 50 States

A Rundown of “Duty To Inform” Laws in All 50 States

By James England – Republished with Permission from Concealed Nation. If you followed a previous article where we highlighted the plight of Brian Fletcher, there’s a big question looming as to whether or not you have a duty to inform law enforcement (or anyone) as to whether or not you are carrying without first being asked.…

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Is It Better To Have Magazine Capacity Or More Magazines?

Is It Better To Have Magazine Capacity Or More Magazines?

Every day, responsible concealed carriers head out of the house with either their pistol or revolver strapped to their waist.  It’s a conscious decision to take responsibility for your own protection.  And, in the spirit of enabling that decision, let’s discuss combat sustainability. Always Choose The Pistol That Fits Best The pistol that fits best…

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3 Ways To Train To Respond Versus Target Practice

3 Ways To Train To Respond Versus Target Practice

Target practice is a great way to build familiarity with your concealed carry firearm.  But, it’s only one piece of the pie.  Your brain is instinctive by nature.  How you train is how you will respond in a high stress environment.  Making that training as useful as possible is important. In this article, we’re going…

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25 Things Only Concealed Carriers Understand

25 Things Only Concealed Carriers Understand

By Brandon - Republished with Permission from Concealed Nation. Carry concealed comes with a a lot of responsibility and can affect how  you go about your every day life and perceive things. Some of these things can be rather amusing when you think about it so here is a slideshow of "25 Things Only Concealed…

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Concealed Carry Permit Reciprocity Changes 8/12/2015

Concealed Carry Permit Reciprocity Changes 8/12/2015

We've seen quite a few changes with reciprocity and recognition by states this week. We have updated our Concealed Carry Maps to reflect all of the changes but also wanted to put out an article so that everyone is aware of the changes. First off, Minnesota recently changed their law to recognized concealed carry permits…

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How To Have Good CCW Interactions With Law Enforcement

How To Have Good CCW Interactions With Law Enforcement

These days, our news outlets are flooded with stories about citizen interactions with the police. Most of the ones that make it to print or on the television screen are detailing negative experiences with police officers. For any chance encounters, while we may be law-abiding citizens, it important for the police to know that we…

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How To Carry A Concealed Carry Gun On A Motorcycle

There’s no “one size fits all” approach to riding a motorcycle with a concealed carry pistol.  A lot of how you can learn to be comfortable riding a motorcycle with your CC pistol is taking a look at how you’re situated on the bike. The three basic seating configurations (with a lot of varying extremes)…

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What Do Different Types Of Ammo Do?

What Do Different Types Of Ammo Do?

There’s more to a bullet than just a ball of lead and smokeless powder.  In this article, we’re going to go over a bunch of different pistol calibers and then discuss some interesting ammunition options available in them.  There are a lot of different proprietary ammunition types (Hydro Shok, etc.) and while they are indisputably…

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What’s The Big Deal About “Gun Free Zones”?

What’s The Big Deal About “Gun Free Zones”?

  My wife and I live in New Orleans and recently decided to head down to the French Quarter to have lunch and check out some of the local shops. Due to the amount of crime, we generally steer away from the French Quarter except on special occasions, this one being our 5 year anniversary. As…

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