So you’ve got your concealed carry license, your holster, and your gun. Now all you need, is the right pants for the job. But, what’s the considerations should you make when choosing pants for concealed carry? Make sure your holster fits with your choice of pants.
There’s all sorts of tools out there for your everyday carry needs. However, the one tool most often overlooked is the pry bar. Many EDC practitioners dismiss this tool because of the limited usage. However, this very unique tool has one specialized job, but it does that job extremely well. So, why should you EDC a pry bar in your kit?
Gun shows are magical places, where firearm enthusiasts get to see all the industry has to offer. Presumably, all of the stock is priced to sell. But, are guns and ammo cheaper at gun shows? Let’s take a deeper look and find out!
When it comes to protecting your family in a life and death situation, your firearm is often your first, last, and only line of defense. Hopefully, you’ve instructed your child in firearm safety and they have a healthy respect for your weapons. But, sometimes your children are too young to comprehend the importance of safely handling firearm. Or, maybe you have guests over frequently, and you don’t want anyone inexperienced with guns to stumble upon yours. In these instances, choosing a gun safe or other secure means of firearm storage are of the utmost importance.
There are four very important rules when handling any firearm. Before you can carry your handgun concealed with confidence, you need to be familiar with the basic safety protocols for handling your weapon.
I’m all about being prepared, which is why I carry my EDC backpack with me everywhere. However, not everyone is as dedicated me in their everyday prep. For those people, they may consider carrying a miniature version of an EDC kit in their pocket. Sometimes these kits are made using an empty Altoid tin, or other small container.