Let’s get down to brass tax. I’m talking dollars and cents. With the whole world going digital, it’s easy to consider dropping cash from your everyday carry kit. Are greenbacks really necessary or a relic of the past?
In a world where striker fired pistols are becoming evermore popular, the double-action/single action pistol (DA/SA for short) can be a mystery. Pistols come in a variety of configurations, and you may be wondering how to carry your DA/SA pistol. So let’s take a look at your options.
Around the concealed carry community, there are a lot of acronyms thrown around. Some terms have the same meaning, while others do not. However, this tends to lead to confusion. One common question is whether a pistol or handgun permit is a concealed carry permit?
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.