One school of thought is to conceal carry the smallest handgun in the largest caliber. But is this a hard and fast rule, or a generalization?
Alright, so you’re picking up a new gun from your local FFL dealer. But, aren’t there some things you should be inspecting on a new gun before buying? The short answer is yes.
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!
Recently, I went to a buddies house to welcome him home from deployment. While I was there, he showed me some new additions to his house that had been done in his absence. However, we also took a peek at his gun collection (and his safe) just for giggles. His grandfather had handed him down some shotguns and other firearms and it got me thinking about whether guns depreciate in value, and what factors impact prices.
Buying your first gun for concealed carry can be an exciting, or stressful, experience. Showing up at your local firearms show can be overwhelming to say the least. If you’re fortunate, like me, to have an experienced shooter with you, it can make the process much smoother. However, if you’re going it alone, walking into your local gun store can seem like a daunting task.