If you choose to carry, whether open or concealed, you need to be well-versed in the operation and handling of your firearm, and it is vital that you are well-versed in the laws and permit requirements of the area you will be carrying in. You'll also want to know about the different ways to carry, as well as the equipment, accessories and clothing that will allow you to carry safely, successfully, and comfortably.
A few months ago, I mentioned that I carry in my home just like I carry outside of my home. Yes, I have a quick-access gun safe and I use it at night to store my CCW gun, but day in, day out, I keep my carry gun on me except when I’m wrestling with my sons or some other activity.
Why? Because it’s faster to engage a threat with a gun on my hip or in my pocket is faster than any off-body storage method, that’s why.
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I’m not a big fan of leaving loaded guns lying around the house because it’s kinda like leaving the bleach jug in the refrigerator next to the milk jug: Something bad is going to happen, it’s not a question of IF, it’s only a question of WHEN.
So we decided to test things to find out if a gun safe safe is a better alternative to leaving your gun in a nightstand drawer, and the results really surprised us.
A few notes about this test:
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From the home office in Paulden, Arizona…
The Top Ten Signs You Picked The Wrong CCW Instructor
He starts off his safety speech with “Accidentally discharging a firearm is something you need to get used to.”
He has a Mayors Against Illegal Guns challenge coin.
He spends more time complimenting your choice of camo gear than he does correcting your shooting stance.
He says “Ok, here’s something I learned from Call of Duty.”
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