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Concealed Carry

Comparison of 14 Top Subcompact 9mm Carry Pistols

Comparison of 14 Top Subcompact 9mm Carry Pistols

Which of the current top 100 concealed carry (CC) subcompact 9mm guns available in the market now are you going to consider? Yes, there are many out there. What is the latest and greatest gun vying for your attention and bucks? Can you narrow the options down to 3 or 4 to chose from? Will…

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Why We Shouldn't Worry About Polymer Handguns

Why We Shouldn’t Worry About Polymer Handguns

Glock and Steyr-Mannlicher were two of the most widely distributed pistol manufacturers in the early 80s that featured a polymer lower receiver. The core components that fire a gun need to always be made of metal because of the ballistic configuration of a modern pistol round. However, almost all of the support components can be…

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Myth Destroyed: .40 S&W Isn't Dead, It's Just Sleeping

Myth Destroyed: .40 S&W Isn’t Dead, It’s Just Sleeping

In recent news, the Federal Bureau of Investigation declared they're using a 9x19mm round in their newly issued Glocks. This goes counter to extensive testing and experimentation done with larger caliber handguns like the 10mm and .40 S&W. After all, if the lucrative FBI contract had never come up looking for a more ideal handgun…

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How To Deal With A Hug While Carrying Concealed

How To Deal With A Hug While Carrying Concealed

This article topic comes in by special request from a Facebook reader who wanted to know how to handle a hug while carrying a concealed handgun. Summer barbecues, family gatherings, church functions -- these are all times people just walk up to us and give us a welcoming hug. It's to be expected. And just…

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Facebook's Move Against Pro-Gun Groups

Facebook’s Move Against Pro-Gun Groups

We all know what gun control looks like. When Virginia Attorney General Mark Herring announced last year that the state would no longer recognize out-of-state concealed handgun permits, ending reciprocity for about 6.3 million people who otherwise could legally carry concealed into Virginia, the gun community cried foul. By January, reciprocity was restored with pressure…

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What Is Holding Back Your Firearm Skills?

What Is Holding Back Your Firearm Skills?

This is an honest question I ask myself and wondered if maybe the gun community thought of it, too. What is the biggest thing holding back your firearms skills? We see defensive gun use scenarios played out in real life nearly every single day on the news. Whether it's a home invasion or a concealed…

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9 Considerations for Selecting Your Shooting Glasses

9 Considerations for Selecting Your Shooting Glasses

I believe that Eye Protection is mandatory for all shooters. Without any doubt, all shooters require eye protection whether at the range, in training, or in the field. Understandably, most shooting activities whether one-handed or two-handed take place in close proximity to the face and eyes. The possibility of ricochets, ejected shell casings, wind grit,…

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Online CCW Applications Come to North Carolina County

Online CCW Applications Come to North Carolina County

Beginning on June 13th, residents of Pitt County, North Carolina will be able to apply for concealed carry permits via an online application. The goal of the new application is faster turnover times and a reduction in cost and paperwork. ”It has always been our mission to provide the greatest customer service to the citizens…

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How to Choose a Gun Safe

How to Choose a Gun Safe

In my opinion a gun safe of some sort is a must for any firearm owner. Whether you're a casual shooter, a hunter, or a CCW devotee, you'll need a safe place to store your guns when they're not in use. And there are good reasons why. According to a Bureau of Justice Statistics study…

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