Concealed Carry Corner: The Good and Bad of Constitutional Carry

Welcome back to another edition of Concealed Carry Corner. Last week, we discussed the idea of compensators on carry guns. If you missed that article last week, be sure to click the link here to read it. This week, I wanted to look at some of the constitutional carry statistics that came out along with taking a look at some of the pros and cons of constitutional carry. Let’s take a closer look at the good and bad of constitutional carry.

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Concealed Carry Corner: Things To NOT Do Concealed Carrying

Welcome back to another edition of Concealed Carry Corner. Last week, we talked about carry bags and when it’s appropriate time to utilize a carry bag. If you happened to miss that article, be sure to click the link here to check it out. This week, I want to look at some of the worst things I have seen out in public when it comes to carrying a concealed handgun. Whether it’s someone just starting out and learning how to carry a gun or someone just flat out doing wrong, it’s a good learning experience to talk about some of these mistakes so more can avoid them down the road. Let’s take a closer look at things to not do concealed carrying.

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Concealed Carry Corner: Accessory Guide For Summer Carry

Welcome back to another edition of Concealed Carry Corner. Last week, we talked about how to carry a concealed firearm no matter what. If you happened to miss that article, be sure to click the link here to check it out. This week, I wanted to go over a subject I have tried to tackle for the last couple of years. With the market of aftermarket concealed carry lights, lasers, and red dots exploding, it can be overwhelming to decide what’s right for you. Over the last few years, I have gone from various setups to my setup currently and learned things along the way. Let’s go over an accessory guide for summer carry.

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T.Rex Arms Reintroduces Raptor Concealed Holster

T.Rex Arms has reintroduced the Raptor holster, but now with some upgrades. The original model was discontinued in 2021. This new version is a simple, small-footprint holster that works for appendix or strong-side carry.

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Concealed Carry Corner: How To Carry No Matter What

Welcome back to another edition of Concealed Carry Corner. Last week, we talked about the various important factors of carrying a concealed handgun. If you happened to miss that article, be sure to click the link here to check it out. This week, I wanted to look at a struggle many of us face when enjoying the warm summer months but also enjoy being active. Carrying when wearing athletic shorts is tricky and requires some preplanning before just giving it a shot and leaving the house. There are a few different solutions but it’s important to think of it before just trying to carry for the first time with loose-fit clothing. Let’s take a closer look at how to carry no matter what.

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Concealed Carry Corner: Important Skills For Carrying Concealed

Welcome back to another edition of Concealed Carry Corner. Last week, we talked about the different levels of carry gun maintenance and the best procedure for regular maintenance.  If you happened to miss that article, be sure to click the link here to check it out. This week, I want to look at some of the most important aspects and skills when it comes to carrying a concealed firearm. I was recently out to dinner with a friend and started talking about the most important aspects of carrying concealed for the regular everyday person. Let’s take a closer look at some important skills for carrying concealed.

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Concealed Carry Corner: Different Levels of Firearm Maintenance

Welcome back to another edition of Concealed Carry Corner. Last week, we looked at the best caliber for smaller carry guns. If you happened to miss that article, be sure to click the link here to check it out. This week, I wanted to take a look at another issue that’s fairly common – lack of maintenance for the firearms you carry on a daily basis. Cleaning firearms after hitting the range can be a fairly common occurrence, but often we don’t think about our carry guns as being dirty even though we don’t go to the range and fire them. The amount of dust, sweat, and other debris can degrade the protective coatings and eventually affect the firearm’s functionality. Let’s take a closer look at the different levels of firearm maintenance.

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Concealed Carry Corner: Best Caliber For Small Carry Guns

Welcome back to another edition of Concealed Carry Corner. Last week, we talked about the hassle of gun-free zones and the best way to navigate them. If you happened to miss that article, be sure to click the link here to check it out. This week, I wanted to take a closer look at an argument I recently heard in a gun store when it comes to smaller carry pistols. An older gentleman walked in and wanted to look at 380 pistols because he wanted something that packed a punch but didn’t have snappy recoil. I kept looking at guns in the same area to eavesdrop on the conversation but he had a lot of misconceptions about recoil and modern carry pistols. I figured this would be a good topic to jump on and take a closer look at the best caliber for small carry guns.

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Concealed Carry Corner: The Hassle Of Gun-Free Zones

Welcome back to another edition of Concealed Carry Corner. Last week, we discussed how competition can help your concealed carry skills. If you happened to miss that article, be sure to click the link here to check it out. This week, I wanted to take a look at a personal experience I have had with gun-free zones or even larger cities where the average American is unable to carry a concealed firearm. Even if you don’t carry, it can still cause all sorts of trouble for you while you visit. Let’s take a closer look at the hassle of gun-free zones.

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Safariland Adds New IncogX Holsters For Smith & Wesson Models

Safariland has added new holster fits to the IncogX line for a range of popular Smith & Wesson pistols. The new fitments are for the M&P 2.0, Equalizer, Shield, Shield EZ, and Shield Plus. Safariland offers a variety of accessory fitments for popular red dot sights and weapon lights, as well as an optional spare magazine caddy.

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Concealed Carry Corner: How Competition Improves Carrying Concealed

Welcome back to another edition of Concealed Carry Corner. Last week, we discussed the importance of training with your carry gun every day. If you happened to miss that article be sure to click the link here to check it out. This week, I wanted to talk about another great way to improve your skills and have another option to sharpen your shooting abilities and have fun. Competitions not only allow you to practice with your exact carry setup but also allow you to have fun and add stress in a safe environment. Let’s take a closer look at how competition improves carrying concealed.

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Concealed Carry Corner: Training With Your Carry Gun

Welcome back to another edition of Concealed Carry Corner. Last week, we talked about small semi-auto pistols versus revolvers and the benefits of both systems. If you happened to miss that article, be sure to check it out by clicking the link here. This week, I want to talk about a topic we all know but rarely address when it comes to actually training with your carry gun. Of course, people go out and shoot at the range but most times it’s everything but the gun they carry daily. Although it’s probably one of the most important items to practice with, most of us pick full-size options instead of training with our actual everyday carry gun. Let’s take a closer look at training with your carry gun.

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Concealed Carry Corner: Small Semi-Autos Vs Revolvers

Welcome back to another edition of Concealed Carry Corner. Last week, we talked about some carry tips that make a big difference to carry comfort. If you happened to miss that article, be sure to click the link here to check it out. This week, I recently picked up another Smith & Wesson 686 and started wondering if revolvers are still a viable option with the unlimited options of semi-auto pistols on the market for the concealed carry space. While most revolvers are outclassed, there are a few specific benefits to having a revolver over something like a semi-auto. Semi-autos certainly have their own benefits though. let’s take a closer look at the benefits of small semi-autos vs revolvers.

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TFB Review: 1,000 Rounds On The Beretta 80x – Part I

The Beretta 80x was a major surprise when it was announced at SHOT Show 2023. The Cheetah line was pretty popular a few decades ago, but it seemed that the days of bigger-than-mouse-gun .380 ACP pistols were gone. So how does the 80x stack up? Is there a place for a pistol like this in 2024?

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Concealed Carry Corner: Carry Tips That Make A Big Difference

Welcome back to another edition of Concealed Carry Corner. Last week, we took a look at my top 5 favorite summertime carry guns. If you happened to miss that article, be sure to click the link here to check it out. This week, I wanted to look at a few small things that make a huge difference when it comes to carrying a handgun daily. Some of you may have other ideas and that’s completely understandable but over the years I have figured out a few tricks to have a more comfortable experience when carrying for 8 or even 12 hours in a given day. Let’s take a closer look at some carry tips that make a big difference.

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