I have reviewed at least a few dozen holsters over the past couple years. And because more people are carrying their firearms concealed these days, most of the ones I’ve tested are inside the waistband (IWB) holsters. Let’s face it, a good IWB gun holster is a great way to conceal your firearm, so many […]
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One of the most talked about topics in the gun world, is the never ending caliber war. I usually try to avoid it if at all possible, because it just causes arguments. Still, one of the most popular questions I’m asked, revolves around caliber choice and “stopping power.” This time around, we discuss two of […]
One of the most popular suggestions for women who are concerned about concealing and carrying a gun is to “just stick it in a purse.” It’s an attractive idea. No need to adjust clothing choices. No need to change habits. Just dump a gun in a bag and go. Right? It’s not quite that easy. […]
That’s right. Washington D.C. and her nearly 700,000 citizens are no longer demanded to come up with a reason why they need a firearm when applying for a permit any longer. Thanks to the decision made in the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia for the case Wrenn vs. District of Columbia, the […]
An guide of American gun law, written to help journalists and others who want to understand the actual law and regulation of American guns and gun owners. Background checks, registration, assault rifles, permits, open carry, campus carry, loopholes, and more!
For those of you who already have or are interested in purchasing self-defense insurance for yourself and your loved ones, (Which we very much recommend you do.) there is a new tier of coverage being offered by USCCA (United States Concealed Carry Association) that extends your coverage further than they ever have before.