We have talked in Episode 15 about using the car for cover or concealment but today we go into depth about the various considerations in accessing, storing, and fighting from within the vehicle.
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Contacts in Firearm AppThis is one of the reasons we decided to add a new feature to our top ranked mobile application. The Concealed Carry Gun Tools App for Android and iPhone now has a new section in the menu in which you can add five contacts
Even among those who have gone to the effort of applying for a concealed handgun permit to carry concealed in their state, a majority (according to our surveys) still don’t carry concealed on a regular basis. The reasons vary significantly but we have attempted to build out a list below of the most common ones […]
you are so close to the target, it may seem like there is nothing to consider other than pulling the trigger. On the contrary, there are major points that must be understood about making a contact shot.
First of all, the job of the heart, lungs and liver is to iver clean, oxygen rich blood to the brain. By destroying or perforating these organs we diminish or destroy their ability to do so, but…
You know you need a place to lock up the gun in the car sometimes but is the g compartment or console the best place? Where should you lock up the gun in the truck or vehicle and why the g box.