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Women Warriors: 10 Best Female Concealed Carry Options

If you’re considering owning a gun or are a current gun owner, you’re in good company. About 40% of American adults either live with someone who does or owns a gun themselves. When you’re ready to upgrade or pick out your first concealed carry, it can feel overwhelming looking through the various options.

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concealing carry holster for small gun

How to Choose the Best Concealed Carry Holster

Picking the best concealed carry holster is as important as choosing the right gun. Much of your selection will depend on personal preferences, but there is some general advice you should consider too. A concealed carry holster is a handgun holster that you can hide under your clothes. It differs

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Bra Holsters

The Pros and Cons of Bra Holsters

There are a few popular bra holsters on the market. Flashbang offers a variety of compatible bra holsters for women. Their flagship product has a single strap to hold your weapon to the middle of your bra. This holster can hold a medium-sized semi-auto pistol with it’s magazine. Can Can

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Pros and cons of laser sights

Pros and Cons of Laser Sights

It wasn’t long ago that laser sights were things of fiction and only seen in futuristic movies.  They have now become mainstream for everything from range shooting to self-defense. Sights have their place in the gun cabinet but are laser sights right for you? Let’s see the pros and cons

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Dry Fire Training; dry firing

Dry Fire Training: Does It Help A Concealed Carrier?

We don’t go out looking for trouble but at the same time we want to be able to handle trouble if it comes along. Today, ammo is in shortage depending on what part of the country you live and what type of ammo you use. You may find that the

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Things to Consider for Your first gun

Things to Consider for Your First Gun

When looking for your first gun, it is a very personal choice. You should do your research and even ask an experienced firearm expert for assistance. They should recommend many different guns before you make that choice. Here are a few things to consider for your first gun: 12-gauge Firearms

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