In a recent article about the .40 S&W that was posted on our site, we released a lot of information and asked many questions about the differences in calibers and people’s preferences. In our comment section, as usual, there was a lot of discussion about guns and about people’s personal preferences, and since we’re gun owners, […]
Articles about statistics and research in the firearm and gun related industry and political issues surrounding firearms.
In today’s news: Riley and Gretta breakdown the current battle in the Capitol to confirm Supreme Court nominee, Neil Gorsuch. We also talk about the ridiculous vetoes that Virginia Governor Terry McAuliffe issued on 5 common-sense gun bills and about some safety issues Kentucky families may be facing. Also we highlight 3 excellent Justified stories […]
The ConcealedCarry.com team spent 3 months researching, studying and analyzing 292 negligent discharges that occurred between December 2014 and November 2016. What we learned from this intensive study was both remarkable and surprising!! Listen in to find out why both the anti-gunners and gun-rights supporters have at times been wrong in their understanding of some […]
Recently Concealed Carry Inc. undertook a massive study about one of the most dangerous and unfortunately common issues that faces firearm carriers. The issue of negligent discharges. Embed This Image On Your Site (copy code below): Courtesy of: ConcealedCarry.com
News out of the University of Texas where late last year the long conceived concept of Campus Carry became a reality. The Texas government finally allowed students and visitors with proper licensure to carry concealed on the university’s campus. However, this has not been met with the kindest of welcomes by many at the university […]
In 2016, the TSA screened exactly 738,318,264 airline passengers (more than 2 million per day). During those searches, TSA officers also screened 466 million checked bags at airports around the country, and during that time, they found quite a few firearms.