The C's Of Concealed Carry
02November

The C's Of Concealed Carry

By Guest Article / Contributor

NRA Women Presented by Smith & Wesson Love at First Shot Sponsored by Smith & Wesson Ammunition Provided by Federal Premium Ammunition Lead trainer Julie Golob talks about some of the things to consider when carrying concealed, f

Best Ammo To Stockpile Before SHTF
01November

Best Ammo To Stockpile Before SHTF

By Guest Article / Contributor

Monday, October 30, 2017 by Jayson Veley Earlier this month, News Target published a list of the best and most effective firearms preppers can get their hands on. But of course, it’s not enough to only have quality guns in your

The Drawbacks Of A Subcompact Single-Stack 9mm
31October

The Drawbacks Of A Subcompact Single-Stack 9mm

By Guest Article / Contributor

by Tamara Keel - Tuesday, October 24, 2017 Probably the hottest niche in concealed-carry guns right now is the slim, subcompact, single-stack 9mm semi-automatic pistol. What a biologist would call the “type specimen” of t

Off Body Carry
31October

Off Body Carry

By Guest Article / Contributor

Carrying a concealed handgun can be a pain—figuratively and literally. For many people, the discomfort associated with wearing a holstered firearm soon outweighs their desire to carry. As a result, their handguns get left at home

Snubnose Revolver Tactics
31October

Snubnose Revolver Tactics

By Guest Article / Contributor

Last summer I was riding as a passenger in a friend’s pickup when we observed a sedan veer off the highway and collide with a guardrail. I told the driver to make a U-turn so we could check on the sedan’s occupants. Once my fri

A Guide To Field Stripping The 1911 Pistol
31October

A Guide To Field Stripping The 1911 Pistol

By Guest Article / Contributor

by Kat Ainsworth - Friday, October 27, 2017 Pictured above: A disassembled Kimber Ultra Carry II Two-Tone in .45 ACP and Kimber Amethyst in .45 ACP.From the year that John Browning's famed M1911 pistol was adopted by the U.S

KNOWING WHEN NOT TO SHOOT    THE LEE BARTLETT STORY
31October

KNOWING WHEN NOT TO SHOOT THE LEE BARTLETT STORY

By CCW Safe

When we examine self-defense cases, looking for lessons for the concealed carrier, we all too often find that shootings -- even when justified -- could have been avoided.  It’s much easier to find examples of shootings gone

THE CIVILIAN USE OF FORCE CONTINUUM  LEVEL V- DEADLY FORCE
31October

THE CIVILIAN USE OF FORCE CONTINUUM LEVEL V- DEADLY FORCE

By CCW Safe

LEVEL V: DEADLY FORCE The last step in the civilian use of force continuum is the use of deadly force. A deadly force incident has long lasting effects, and can be mentally, emotionally, and financially devastating. This is why it is h