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?
We recently looked at how you can develop your electronics EDC but carrying large amounts of gear can quickly get messy without a clear organization system in place. Let’s look at the eight best electronics organizers, to help keep your gear ready for use at a moments notice.
Those who are new to carrying a firearms often raise concerns about carrying their firearm loaded. Keep in mind, the point of getting a concealed carry permit is to defend yourself if presented with a lethal threat.
To do this, you obviously have to have a loaded firearm. But, once you chamber a round, how long can you keep one in the chamber?
Visual appearance is one of the most important components of concealed carry and choosing the right pair of pants or jeans can make all the difference. Let’s breakdown some of the key considerations you should keep in mind when selecting your next pair of pants.
If you are applying for a concealed carry license for the first time, there are many things to consider. States vary in how they decide who is allowed to carry and who gets to “see” if you’re carrying. You may be wondering, will getting a permit to carry make your personal information available for the public record?