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Ideas for Safely Storing Your Firearms at Home (That Aren’t Gun Safes)

// Home Defense

Ideas for Safely Storing Your Firearms at Home (That Aren’t Gun Safes)

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We hope it’s not going to be at all controversial for us to say that if you store firearms in your home—especially if you have children under your roof—you should prioritize safety above all else. You’ve probably read elsewhere (and even in some of our blogs) that a gun safe is the most secure way to go when choosing where to stash your guns when they’re not in use. However, during a home invasion, when seconds count, trying to access your safe and retrieve your weapon might not be the most optimal way to go about defending your life, your family, and your property.

A guide to women’s clothing selection for concealed carry

// Concealed Carry and Self Defense

A guide to women’s clothing selection for concealed carry

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You have a lot to think about before you leave the house—and if you’re a concealed carrier, making sure your firearm is hidden, secure, and easily accessible is a big one. Concealment isn’t just about putting your pistol underneath a heavy sweater—it’s about blending in and feeling confident in your ability to defend yourself, no matter the occasion or the season.

A Strapping (and Strapped) Man: A quick guide to clothing selection for concealed carry

// Concealed Carry and Self Defense

A Strapping (and Strapped) Man: A quick guide to clothing selection for concealed carry

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So you’ve made the decision to join the ranks of concealed carriers. You’ve selected your firearm and your holster, but have you thought about what you’re going to wear? It’s not only about fashion sense—far from it. You’re going to want to choose clothing that maximizes concealment while providing you with quick and easy access to your firearm when seconds count.