Carrying a concealed firearm is a lifestyle change. You can’t expect to be able to move forward carrying a gun without having to make some other substantial changes to your lifestyle. What you wear and how you move during the day are both significant factors in keeping that firearm concealed.
These series of articles titled “Falling Back In Love With Carrying Concealed” will discuss the different reasons we most often hear from people that they don’t carry their firearm. Below is a list of the different articles we will be publishing during the next two weeks.
Both our beginner and advanced students are always loing for a decent deal on the gear that every shooter needs. The biggest and most exciting part of this product bundle is our Brave Response Holster which we launched late last year
We make an effort to take note of real life situations in which the shooter was justified. These stories help us remember that we are training for real life and we can’t predict or imagine where we might find ourselves when we have to act in defense of ourselves or others.
You might be surprised by the list of things here that won’t stop a bullet. When you are seeking cover from fire you should know what types of objects you should get behind.
Cover refers to anything that protects you from the threat. If you attacker(s) has a firearm then cover would be anything you can put between you and the oncoming bullets that would protect you from the bullets.