You want to hide your handgun in a unique way.
Maybe you don’t wear belts, or don’t like wearing pants. Concealing in a tank top is the perfect alternative, especially in summer months.Continue reading
The FNX-45 Tactical might not be the smallest everyday carry handgun, but you can still make it work.
We’ll be taking a look at 5 holsters that will work with your FNX-45.Continue reading
The Springfield XDs 45 is known for being a great everyday conceal carry option. It’s compact, yet packs a punch.
But what holster works best for it? And why that holster?Continue reading
Every holster company and their mother sells a Glock 19 holster.
If you scour the internet for a minute, you’ll find hundreds of options.Continue reading
These days, the ankle holster has become a much more popular way of concealing your firearm. Cops and many other people choose to use it to conceal their secondary pistol or to just not make it obvious that they are carrying a firearm.Continue reading
When the weather gets cold, you know it’s time to bust out that shoulder holster.
If you’ve got a 1911, you know there’s no way that could conceal around your ankle. And sticking it in your waistband would be more than uncomfortable.Continue reading
Want to buy your first gun? Awesome! Buying your first gun is kind of like buying a dog or car, there are a several things you might not know about that will greatly help you take care of your new baby.Continue reading
We have all heard the saying “A dog is a man’s best friend” and there are good reasons for that. Dogs have been used throughout history to work, guard and protect valuable things and in this article we are going to talk about the best breeds of dogs for protecting the most valuable things in our lives, our property and our family.Continue reading
You got your first gun safe. Except once you get it, it quickly fills up.
All it takes is a few rifles, a few pistols, and boxes of ammo. Before you know it those shelves are totally stocked, yet you still have so much more you wanted to store.Continue reading
Placing crosshairs on a trophy animal over 500 yards away can be difficult — locking in a target 1000 yards away is even harder. Factor in wind and uncomfortable shooting positions and you quickly realize how valuable having a reliable spotter by your side can be to a successful shot.Continue reading