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What to know about carrying from your holster

One of the first things a new Concealed Handgun License holder worries about is whether it's going to act like a snake and bite you when carrying. I advise people worried about this to carry without a round in the chamber for the first week or two. This will boost your confidence...

source: By Ken Jolly
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Defining the perfect backup gun for concealed carry is a difficult task, but we're here to give it our best attempt. What's right for a southwestern Sheriff is far different than what's right for an undercover Chicago cop, and what's right for a 2nd Amendment-loving businessman...

source: Shooting Times

The year 1935 was magical for handgunners. To begin with, it was the first time a mainstream manufacturer had produced a handgun and ammunition designed for daily operation in the 40,000-psi range. Second, it introduced the word "magnum" to the handgun shooting public.

source: Shooting Sports USA

Choosing a firearm for concealed carry is an important decision, to be sure. But it isn't the only decision you'll have to make when you obtain your concealed carry permit, and it may not even be the most important decision. Here's a look at six other critical decisions...

source: Handguns

The Canadian government has two polite requests for American tourists. Please don't arrive at our border with your guns. And, if you must, please don't be sneaky about it. "It is strongly recommended that you not carry your firearm when...

source: The Toronto Star

Unfortunately, not everyone believes that people should be allowed to carry nor wants anyone that's armed to be near them, which is why a lot of businesses have "no guns" signs. However, some wonder if they actually have to abide by them. When, then, does one have to obey...

source: The Daily Caller

A federal judge has denied three University of Texas at Austin professors' initial attempt to keep guns out of their classrooms under the state's campus carry law. U.S. District Judge Lee Yeakel ruled that the professors, who had...

source: The Texas Tribune

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