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Gun Belt Myths -- What You Need And What You Don't

Gun Belt Myths — What You Need And What You Don’t

Every gun needs a holster -- truth. Does every holster need a belt? If you grew up on cowboy movies, chances are grand you saw a cowboy with a gun belt. It's the quintessential accessory that's survived even unto the 21st century. Thick, skinny, reinforced, two-layer... There's a number of styles that get tossed around.…

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11 Traits of Your Average Gun Owner

By Brandon - Republished with Permission from Concealed Nation Sometimes, it’s tough to be a gun owner. We tend to get a bad rap because of the few irresponsible gun owners out there. So in an attempt to clear the air and show that we aren’t so bad, here are 11 things that everyone should…

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When To Draw Your Concealed Carry Handgun

When To Draw Your Concealed Carry Handgun

Too soon or too long -- this is a predicament every concealed carrier in a real life scenario has to face. It's incredibly difficult to know when a threat has finally presented itself in such a way that deadly force is the only acceptable choice. Drawing too soon can potentially get you charged with brandishing.…

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Should You Carry Concealed While on Painkillers?

Should You Carry Concealed While on Painkillers?

By Brandon – Republished with Permission from Concealed Nation. For the millions of Americans living in some state of dependency upon legally prescribed painkillers, a lingering question abounds as to whether taking them and then carrying a gun presents a conflict. There is a dilemma. On one hand, we have a moral and legal obligation…

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Should You Take Your Gun To Work?

Should You Take Your Gun To Work?

To bring or not to bring. It's a basic question we all ask ourselves when we get up for work in the morning. On one hand, there's the comfort and security of knowing you're able to protect yourself and potentially your co-workers in the event of a security risk at work. On the other hand,…

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Why Nothing Substitutes Range Time

Why Nothing Substitutes Range Time

Newcomers to the world of concealed carry ought to be practicing in their homes and in their private times outside the range. It's a requirement to maintain muscle memory and to keep us from being lulled into a false sense of complacency. Unloading your pistol and practicing clearing rooms, drawing from your holster and reholstering,…

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HUMOR: Confessions of an EDC Addict

HUMOR: Confessions of an EDC Addict

“Your pockets are empty, yes?” her words echoed, sharp and overly-loud, off the tiled walls of the hospital corridor. I assured her they were. I had emptied them in the car, and security had patted me down twice as we made our way through the building. Psychiatric institutions take no chances—especially not with cases like…

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