I remember the first time I used electronic hearing protection. I placed the batteries, put them on, and was amazed at what I heard … I heard birds chirping, bees buzzing, and even people talking. Then, each time I fired a shot or the shooter next to me sent one downrange, it was like […]
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More guns than ever are being released in the 5.7 cartridge. Just to name a few, the Diamondback DBX (the topic of this review), the Ruger-57, and the latest offering from KelTec. However, the 5.7X28 cartridge has become somewhat of a unicorn as of late with in-stock prices rising to about 2$ per round, and […]
Today, Riley Bowman and Matthew Maruster the latest JUSTIFIED SAVE news stories from around the nation, and boy, has the last month been an interesting one. Several stories are not like your typical defensive gun use (DGU) incidents, so you won’t want to miss this one! Tune in!
Today, Riley Bowman and Jacob Paulsen talk about the past year as it relates to the podcast and ConcealedCarry.com, our successes, our challenges, and also what we’re loing forward to in the year 2021!!
Where this is the case, the recipient of the firearm (even in the case of a gift) must obtain a state background check before taking possession of the firearm. Most states however, still have no regulation around the transfer of a firearm between two private parties Embed This Image On Your Site ( code below): […]
If you’ve been reading our articles or listening to the podcast for any period of time now, you’ve likely heard at least one of us say that car holsters (and magnets) are generally a bad idea. In fact I’ll go out on a limb and take it a step further by saying you should just […]