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Review: The Book of Two Guns, by Tiger McKee

Review: The Book of Two Guns, by Tiger McKee

In the wake of a personal tragedy, Tiger McKee set off on a journey. The Book of Two Guns took grew from there. It’s called a musha-shugyo by Japanese marital artists: a training pilgrimage to master your discipline. McKee’s goal was mastery of the shooting arts as applied to combat and self-defense, which he presents…

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Why Carrying Concealed Sucks...

Why Carrying Concealed Sucks…

We did a previous article about why carrying a concealed firearm is awesome. The perks such as increased security, anonymity, and several other things really do make carrying concealed a great option. And now we have to look at the flip side of the coin... Why carrying concealed sometimes sucks... "Gun free zones" only work…

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Talon Grips for the Springfield Armory XDs Review

Talon Grips for the Springfield Armory XDs Review

As much as I disliked the XDs platform grip from the factory, Talon Grips has a solution. They make a grip wrap that helps tone done the aggressiveness of the factory system while still providing excellent retention all at a reasonable price and an easy to install package. They come in two varieties, a rubber…

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10 Skills To Practice After You Finish Concealed Carry Training

10 Skills To Practice After You Finish Concealed Carry Training

In most states, there's a mandatory training course that all concealed carry applicants have to take before applying or receiving their concealed carry licenses. These courses are meant to be informative and educational. They are not meant to be a capstone course in your own personal handgun training. After the course is through and the…

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Democrats Prepare Push For Gun Control

Democrats Prepare Push For Gun Control

Now that Hillary Clinton has skirted criminal charges and is the presumptive Democratic nominee, the Democrats are free to move harder than ever against guns and the Second Amendment. While Clinton has never been a friend to gun owners, the tactic of the political left in the past has been to put forward a sense…

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Open Carry Advocate Becomes Wanted Man

Open Carry Advocate Becomes Wanted Man

Shortly after shots rang out in Dallas at a Black Lives Matter protest, Mark Hughes found himself in a precarious situation. Hughes was openly carrying a rifle at the protest, an act which is perfectly legal in Texas. But as the confusion and pandemonium of the situation spread, photos of Hughes began showing up on…

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Never Forget These 10 Habits Of A Concealed Carrier

Never Forget These 10 Habits Of A Concealed Carrier

As with every activity, there's a tendency to develop habits -- good and bad. Complacency, comfort, and a false sense of security can lull a concealed carrier into dangerous habits. In this article, though, we're going to cover ten habits that are good to maintain. HABIT 10: Scan and assess Concealed carriers don't bury their…

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Why Carrying Concealed Is Great

Why Carrying Concealed Is Great

For those that can remember receiving their concealed carry permit or license in the mail, it's an exciting day. Not only does this mean Day 1 of Carry Everyday, it means you've joined the illustrious ranks of citizens who are willing and able to be armed for their own personal protection. Here's a few reasons…

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Why No One Is Seeing Eye-to-Eye In The Gun Control Debate

Why No One Is Seeing Eye-to-Eye In The Gun Control Debate

Just recently, California Governor Jerry Brown signed 6 new gun control laws. In his message to his constituents in the state of California, he described his actions as responsible and focused. “My goal in signing these bills is to enhance public safety by tightening our existing laws in a responsible and focused manner, while protecting…

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Tips For Tall Concealed Carriers

Tips For Tall Concealed Carriers

Being tall is great for a lot of things. You can reach high-up items off the shelf, change lightbulbs without stepping on a stool, reach up over a ledge and pull yourself up. And then there are things where it's not always an advantage -- driving in economy size cars, sitting in cramped school desks,…

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