Carrying your firearm in a concealed manner has become more and more of a staple in the US and around the world. With the rate of crime currently climbing, it should come as no surprise that more and more people are looking to carry their weapons along with them.Continue reading
Shooting your firearm in the dark is definitely not ideal, especially if you have children or other guests in your home, but many times, these situations are unavoidable and you will be required to defend yourself in the darkness of night.Continue reading
The best shooting experience and skills do not only depend on the equipment and accessories you have. It also requires discipline and proper body positioning. Thus, it is still best to learn the proper ways on how to hold and shoot a rifle. Continue reading
Interested in carrying your favorite small pistol but aren’t sure where or how you want to carry?
Well, today I’ll be digging into the world of small of back holsters. These holsters rest normally at 6 o’clock on your body. They’re positioned near your waist for easy access.Continue reading
I love my Walther P22. It has its fair share of controversy. Yes, it’s picky with ammo, but once you find the right ammo, it’s good to go.
I began my search for the perfect conceal carry holster for this gun. It’s small, compact and I wanted to easily conceal it.Continue reading
The Ruger Lc9s is one of the smallest and most compact firearms on the market.
Not only that, but it’s reliable. Which makes it an extremely popular option for concealed carrying.Continue reading
Perfect revolver for concealed carry? Check. Now all you need is the holster to go with it.
The term J-frame was originally invented by Smith & Wesson to ensure that there smaller more compact revolvers. J-frame is also a type of snub-nosed revolver because of the short barrel length.Continue reading
I love Hunter holsters. They have a way of making you feel like you’re back in the Wild West facing nature at its finest.
The Hunter Company has been producing premium leather holster from 1952 and all of their holsters have been made in the USA.Continue reading
You may want to take your weapon with you while you hike. Sometimes a waistband holster just doesn’t cut it. You may want to carry extra items like spare mags, a flashlight or tactical knife.
Welcome in the drop leg holster.Continue reading
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