We gathered some input from our past students and our on followers and came up with eight core and common reasons people cite for not carrying a firearm. Most of us can relate to one or of these. While they could be considered excuses they are real for the people who feel this way.
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Did you stop carrying concealed because you were concerned with your mental and emotional ability to take action when the situation calls for it? If so, you are far normal than you may think.
Guns are heavy, bulky, and oddly shaped. It just takes TIME for your body to adjust to the feeling of that firearm. Despite your best efforts there will be some discomfort for a time.
Some people say that they don’t carry their concealed firearm because there are too many places that prohibit firearms. If you have found that a large number of the places you go prohibit you from bringing your firearm please review these potential suggestions
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.