Carrying a concealed firearm can sometimes be a complicated matter due to the many laws governing it and how much they vary from state to state.
Finding a pair of pants that work well for EDC and concealed carry can be a challenge. It’s the kind of clothing where quality counts, especially if you carrying extra gear that increases wear and tear and discomfort.
There is nothing quite like a nice pair of jeans. When it comes to comfort, durability, and just looking casual, it’s the type of pants that you would go for almost every time. But, what if there was a pair of jeans that were designed to offer a whole lot more?
When it comes to casual pants, everyone is focused on one thing: How they Look! Style is one thing, but it shouldn’t be the primary focus of what you are looking for in a pair of pants. Especially for those with more of a preparedness mindset.
The debate on whether or not to carry with one in the chamber is one for the ages. Skeptics will argue that gun safety is crucial in preventing accidents and gun negligence claims, while most concealed carriers insist that carrying with one in the chamber can make a difference in life and death situations. So, should you carry with one in the chamber?
When it comes to choosing the right concealed self-defense weapon, a pocket-sized .380 ACP pistol is often brought up. They are relatively easy to carry around, don’t cost too much money, and generally deter attackers. But is it good enough for everyday concealed carry?
Preparing to purchase and carry your first weapon can be overwhelming the first time around. There are so many options to choose from, and many emphasize different characteristics such as compactness, caliber, size, etc. However, some of these decisions will have an impact on capacity and the number of rounds you can carry.