Appendix carry is a popular position for toting your everyday carry pistol. However, many concealed carry practitioners do not opt to carry their pistol in this position. Oftentimes, people cite discomfort as a primary reason behind this decision. There are several ways to alleviate discomfort and become accustomed to appendix carry.
I’m here to provide some clarity about what you can expect to encounter during a concealed carry course. Maybe you need to satisfy a state requirement to obtain your CCW license. Or perhaps you’re considering concealed carry and want to beef up your knowledge. Whatever the reason, I’ll be going over some common questions and their answers.
I recently switched my everyday carry pistol. I wanted something with a single stack magazine and a slimmer profile, that was easier to conceal . Ultimately, I decided on the Walther PK380. Once I picked up my new pistol, I needed to find a comfortable good quality holster.
When it comes to shooting, the only way to asses your shooting accuracy is by putting rounds downrange. All the fancy tools, apps, and gizmos are no substitute for good old fashioned live fire exercises. But, what paper targets are the most useful and entertaining?
Participating at your local shooting range is a great shooting experience, particularly for first time shooters. However, there can be a lot of questions flooding the new shooters mind before they even arrive at the range parking lot.
Alright shooters, today we’re going to do a no BS comparison of the .380 ACP round to the classic 9mm round. The internet abounds with speculation about these two very similar cartridges, but is the 380 (a.k.a. 9mm short) a good self defense round?