With more and more people carrying concealed these days, I want to share with you some pros and cons of carrying a firearm off your body — but still within range so you can hopefully use it if needed.
I’ve cultivated a collection of questions on one of my all-time favorite topics: guns. Read on to discover my top pocket pistol recommendations, how to carry a concealed weapon in California, the best products to use to care for and maintain your firearms — and much, much more.
This week’s rundown of must-read articles focuses on different aspects of personal protection. Discover the best way to “warrant-proof” your smartphone, the easiest way to keep your guns from jamming in a critical moment, six basic travel tips you should commit to memory and more.
If you are in the car traveling, you still want to be able to quickly access your gun in case you need it. If you have to leave it in the car, you should absolutely make sure it’s secured and out of sight. Read on for specific recommendations on concealed carry in your vehicle.
Today, I’ll give you seven ways to stay cool if a summer storm causes a blackout in your area. You’ll also discover how to safely store gasoline, where to keep your EDC gear on your body without drawing attention to it, the perfect pocket pistol for concealed carry and more.
If you carry a concealed weapon, you shouldn’t be afraid to use it if you have to. Today, Jeff Anderson offers three concealed carry tips to keep in mind if you’re packing while out and about.
I am a firm believer that a firearm is the absolute best way to protect yourself, your family and your home. That being said, this week’s mailbag addresses alternative ways to defend yourself and deter home invaders — starting with the most powerful survival knife ever made.
Today’s article is brought to you by my buddy Caleb Lee of Prepared Gun Owners. Check out his advice for choosing a concealed-carry holster and be sure to take note of his No. 1 recommendation. It will probably sound familiar…
I’m a fan of the neck knife, and if you’ve never carried one, I hope today’s alert will make you change your mind.
Revolvers are very reliable and incredibly simple to operate — both desirable qualities, especially if you are a new shooter. Whether you are buying your first firearm or simply adding another gun to your collection, if you choose to carry a revolver, here are the top five revolvers to consider