Many people mistakenly believe that guns are registered. But then again we hear talk about secret gun owner databases held at the ATF.
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.
Continuing with our theme of preparing for and honoring our mothers on Mother’s Day, we will feature stories today about mothers defending themselves, son’s defending their mothers, and also gun owners are setting records in gun purchases.
We invited Brandon onto the show because he wrote this fantastic article on our website called “How Many Rounds Should You Carry Concealed Everyday.”
We recently published a viral articled with over 50 common concealed carry mistakes. Today we are going to talk in depth about our 10 most significant and common mistakes.
When you get to the range to do some training you judge your skills in part by your ability to group shots near the bullseye of the target but Jacob thinks that is a backwards approach. Today we discuss why groupings the size of basketballs are probably better than tight golf ball groupings.
We know you have heard the news and media talk endlessly about gun in schools and mass shootings taking place in “gun free zones.” In our capitalist system how are the fortune 500 responding?