One of the great issues I have always had with concealed carry permits and licenses is the absence of any requirement for continuing education, training, and practice in most states. Shooting skills are not innate or ingrained. They must be learned to become proficient and practiced to retain that proficiency.
For men, carrying a concealed firearm doesn’t present many problems. The most popular method of concealed carry for most men is an inside-the-waistband holster. While this works great when wearing trousers, most women’s fashions don’t lend themselves very well to a waistband holster for concealed carry. However, there are many
Preparedness has become front-page news. Weather-related disasters and man-made factors have made many of us more aware of the need to prepare for unforeseen circumstances. Once we have planned for the “big three” – water, food, and shelter – our attention usually turns to power. For many, the question becomes
Illuminated reticle scopes are a comparatively new phenomenon out there. The advances in know-how, the introduction of higher batteries, and LED mild sources have became greater the variety of scopes accessible with illuminated reticles. The problem dealing with many shooters who wish to transfer to an illuminated reticle scope is