A Gun Digest reader asks, “I’m taking my first concealed weapons class with a small frame 9mm pistol. Can you recommend a specific holster to get started?”
Your life circumstances affect your "risk profile," which has as much bearing on choosing the best concealed carry holster as which gun you choose to carry.
Before you take a trip across state lines, heed this key advice on concealed carry reciprocity before you encounter the police.
What should you do if someone notices you're armed? For one thing, stay calm. And then follow these proven steps.
Here are 4 simple tips to help you avoid being a victim of assault or home burglary that I learned in over 27 years as a cop dealing with the aftermath.
The concealed carry color code is a great awareness tool used by street-wise cops that can help you be alert to threats and match force with the threat appropriately.
Joseph Terry answers the question: "My CCW instructor used the term “dual force” but did not explain it. What does it mean?"
Every day thousands of prudent Americans make a commitment to personal defense and decide to buy a gun. Here are three questions to ask yourself prior to going to the store that might help you narrow your search.
My opinion is, for the average shooter, probably not. Handgun ammo comes in many different loadings within caliber. High-velocity ammunition varieties (often referred to as “+P”) come with higher combustion pressures and more sophisticated bullet designs.