Which .380 is right for me? Making sure you select the right concealed carry gun for you is paramount. Ammunition, safety, and practice habits are at the core of this decision. Learn more about the differences here.
The sad reality is that the fight is usually over within seconds before you even have time to respond. What this means is that a criminal can take our valuables, stab us with his knife, and run away before we even know what happened. And, while the police do the best they can, they cannot be everywhere all at once.
All too often on the Facebook gun groups, Reddit, and on gun forums, we see things like this: “Well, it’s cold out, I guess I can start to carry my big gun again.” The notion is that, since you’re wearing more clothes it’s easier to hide the gun on your body. And, of course, we all believe that having more ammunition on you is better than less.
Whether you’re new to firearms or are a high-level competition shooter, dry fire practice is critical to developing, improving, and maintaining the multitude of skills you need to be safe and proficient with your firearm. If you haven’t yet looked into unlocking the benefits of dry fire, make sure to read on.
Believe it or not, the car is a popular place for crime. Because of this, people tend to have to use their firearms in defense of their lives in and around their vehicles more than many other places. Think about it, you drive to work, the grocery store, restaurants, etc.