Today, Riley talks with Bryan Eastridge of EDC Belt Company. Bryan is a police officer and firearms instructor. We’re going to be talking about important considerations where it comes to gear selection and setup to enhance Every Day Carry (EDC). We’ll dive into what makes his EDC Belt Company’s “Foundation Belt” work for that purpose, […]
The Concealed Carry Podcast is a top ranked podcast syndicated via popular podcast channels including Google Play and iTunes. The Podcast is focused on concealed carry topics for American Gun Owners who believe in firearm related self-defense.
The podcast is hosted by Riley Bowman, a member of the executive team of ConcealedCarry.com. Riley is often joined by Jacob Paulsen (ConcealedCarry.com President) and other instructors in the ConcealedCarry.com network.
Today, Riley and Matthew take time to answer listener questions that have come in recently including topics like: “Budget handgun options”, “Why wasn’t there a CCWer to respond to the El Paso shooter and stop him?”, “Options for carrying medical gear”, and “How do I choose the best self-defense ammo?
Today Riley and Jacob talk about some new products coming to market including an exciting and very affordable new pistol from KelTec. We discuss the surge in recent gun sales and why, and we talk about some Walmart-related issues including how Walmart management got involved with Bloomberg than a decade ago, AND we give […]
Today, Riley and Matthew discuss the problem of overconfidence with carrying a firearm and also the secondary issue of carrying a gun without getting the proper training and mindset.
Today Riley and Matthew cover the latest stories from around the USA in the firearms and concealed carry communities. Today is our JUSTIFIED SAVES Edition and we’re talking about how important it is we are careful when approaching people at the door, mistakes made when homeowners fail to identify “threats”, how one woman shot her […]
Today, Jacob and Matthew talk about a recent meme Jacob saw on which suggested that you would be better off leaving your gun at home than carrying it without a round in the chamber. This leads to a conversation about how we support others and how we are all falling short of the perfect loadout.