Something about the feel of an M&P is like saying hello to an old friend whenever I pick it up. Being a fan of their pistols, I got the Shield for myself so I could have the option to carry something smaller and concealable. Shortly after bringing the gun home and taking my wife […]
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Lots of everyday concealed carriers carry spare magazines, and there are many good reasons to do so. Your favorite holster manufacturers may incorporate a magazine carrier, sometimes referred to as a ‘sidecar’ into the holster. Typically these are designed for appendix, inside the waistband (AIWB) carry. Carrying like this is pretty comfortable and accessing a […]
Today, Riley and Jacob just returned from NRAAM 2019 and talk about their favorite things they saw at the show and also talk about the big time fails, too!
I was recently given the opportunity to review the Mossberg MC1SC pistol and needed a holster to carry it. I mean, this is ConcealedCarry.com, after all. I couldn’t not carry that pistol on my person and still give you a decent review. Enter the Clinger No Wonder V3 A good concealed carry holster is […]
One of the first warnings I give to new concealed carriers is that they should be prepared to be less comfortable than when unarmed. It quickly becomes apparent that carrying a gun for self-defense is a bit of a hassle. But some people are surprised. Few people carry concealed consistently, because after a while the […]
The efficiently you can move your body, the effective you will be in a fight. Staying, or getting, physically fit is important on many different levels for the average person, but especially so for someone who carries a firearm for self-defense. A well-conditioned body increases muscle control for better accuracy and recoil management, […]