Concealed Carry Corner: Best To Worst Carry Positions

Welcome back to another edition of Concealed Carry Corner. Last week, we discussed the biggest mistakes concealed carriers make when starting out. If you happened to miss that article, be sure to click the link here to check it out. For this week’s topic, I wanted to dive into some of the most common carry methods and rank them from best to worst in my experience. I often question why I carry a certain way, so I figured this would be the easiest way to break down how and why I carry the way I do. Let’s take a closer look at some of the best to worst carry positions.

Read more
Concealed Carry Corner: Convenient Summer Carry Methods

Welcome back to another edition of Concealed Carry Corner. Last week we talked about Items to consider carrying. If you happened to miss that article, be sure to click the link here to check it out. This week, I get asked all the time what some other ways you can carry other than Inside The Waistband. IWB carrying is one of the most popular today and although it’s important to talk about those options, it’s not the only option available to people. Certain individuals say it’s uncomfortable or they just don’t enjoy carrying a firearm like that. Let’s take a look at some convenient summer carry methods.

Read more
Concealed Carry Corner: Carry Tips I Wish I Knew Sooner

Welcome back to this week’s edition of Concealed Carry Corner. Last week, we talked about taking a second look at off-body carry. Most of you said you still would use off-body carry as a last resort which I can agree with. If you missed out on last week’s article, check it out here. This week I decided to look at a couple of the smaller things I wish I knew sooner when concealed carrying a firearm. It’s always super helpful to look at small tricks or topics that will improve your overall experience and ease of carrying. Let’s take a look at a few carry tips I wish I knew sooner.

Read more
Concealed Carry Corner: New Items To Start Carrying

One of the best ways to look at common trends in the gun community is lurking around your local gun shop. Like a small troll sneaking around the gun shop, one of my favorite things to do is eavesdrop on what people say about new conceal carry options. Whether it’s gun or gear, I’ve heard a number of interesting perspectives on a wide variety of gun topics. Everything from “10mm is more reliable than 9mm” to “people should carry two guns instead of a spare magazine“. Throughout my time listening to other people, there are a few things people should try that may make their life easier in the long run. I’m not saying these options will be the best thing around but they may help you out. Let’s take a closer look at some new items to start carrying.

Read more
Concealed Carry Corner: How To Carry Without A Belt

For the vast majority of my time, a belt-mounted holster is the way to go. Whether it’s inside or outside the waistband, a belt-mounted holster is a great option for everyday use. There are a decent amount of times though, I run into a situation where I want to carry a gun without having pants with a belt look. Whether it’s board shorts or a pair of sweat pants, having a lack of belt support can be a real issue if you carry a belt-mounted holster for the majority of the time. Over the past couple of months, I’ve been asked a handful of times about the best way to carry with no belt. It’s also something I’ve dealt with over the years so let’s take a closer look at how to carry without a belt.

Read more
Concealed Carry Corner: Carry Positions Ranked Best To Worst

Often times I will get a number of questions about a certain type of carry style. Whether it’s carrying in a pocket or a shoulder holster, there will always be pros and cons to each method of carrying a concealed firearm. Every rating is based on my personal experiences as well as a number of colleagues that all collectively came down to this list. It’s perfectly acceptable to disagree with the rating and I would love to have a discussion in the comments at the end of the article. Let’s dive deeper into the carry positions ranked best to worst.

Read more
Concealed Carry Corner: Worry-Free Carrying

Over the years, carrying a concealed firearm has become fairly easy for me with little worries of someone seeing my handgun. For the long-time carry crowd, carrying a firearm daily becomes second nature but it’s not always easy for everyone right out of the gate. There are oftentimes growing pains as well as lessons to be learned before it’s easy to carry a handgun. With the recent explosion in new gun owners, I have received a ton of questions about how to carry without worrying, so let’s dive into the world of worry-free carrying.

Read more
Concealed Carry Corner: Pocket Carry – Is It a Safe Idea?

When I was younger, I heard a ton of different negative arguments about carrying a handgun inside your pocket. I decided to start pocket carrying about eight years ago and I’ve definitely have learned things along the way. Pocket carrying is like anything else and should be looked at as a tool in your toolbox rather than a single solution for all problems.

Read more
Tac Strike Pocket Carry Holster

Rob of Tac Strike collaborated with Peters Custom Holsters to make a holster for pocket carry. It has a clever hook design to act like an Emerson wave on a knife. The hook will catch on the corner of the pocket on the draw, so the holster stays in the pocket and separates from the gun.

Read more