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In the past few years, few things have caused as much controversy and confusion in America as gun laws. And while this is a broad subject, the type of licenses required to carry a gun is one of the trickiest parts of the discussion because gun laws are different in each state.
A fixed blade (non-folding) knife is an excellent tool and has many different applications in everyday life.
As a concealed carry holder, you might have considered whether you should get a concealed carry badge along with your permit. However, it is always difficult to decide without having a clear idea of the issue.
If you have been following trends closely, you might have noticed that an increasing number of people are putting more thought into what they carry on their person every day. Whether for utility or preparedness, what and how people carry daily has evolved into an internet and everyday subculture. Indeed, everyday carry is more popular than ever, and there are many reasons behind this.
If you are new to the concealed carry lifestyle, you may be contemplating what firearm will best suit your needs. However, it is even more important to know how you will conceal your weapon for everyday use. One method is concealing with a “traditional” holster, but is that your only option?
Cars are incredibly valuable but when things go wrong, they can leave us stranded, with only ourselves for help. A vehicle survival kit can help make sure we’re prepared for any eventuality, so let’s look at how you can build your own and stay ready for anything.
Depending on the state that you reside, the requirements for applying for a concealed carry permit, and the time it takes to process your application will vary.
It might be tempting to use a “regular” belt to carry a handgun as long as it holds everything in place. However, due to the gun and holster’s weight, normal belts often than not tend to sag, leaving you uncomfortable and at risk of revealing your concealed weapon. So, do gun belts actually make a difference?