Similar to how squirrels bury their nuts in preparation for winter, it’s crucial to have essential supplies that can bail you (and your family) out during emergencies.
If you have an AR-15 or another rifle that you use for various tasks such as self-defense, hunting, tactical, or competitive shooting, it’s important that every shot you fire is as accurate as possible. Especially if you are shooting at distances from 100 to maybe 300 yards out (if you’re that good).
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?
A ‘Go Bag’ or ‘Bug Out Bag’ is an emergency-preparedness bag packed in advance to help in emergencies that occur unexpectedly and on short notice. And to boost your survival chances, it’s crucial to have the right set of gear and tools. One of the tools at the top of this list being a bug-out bag knife. But with numerous knives to choose from, which is the best option for your go-bag?
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.