When it comes to concealed carry handguns, semi-auto pistols aren't the only models flying off the shelves. In some parts of the country, there is a big demand for defensive revolvers, as well.
Necessity may be the mother of invention, but for the founder of Concealed Carrie - a company that makes high-end purses and handbags for women who carry concealed handguns - there's no reason why that invention needs to be ugly. Here is the story of Leslie Deets, and her war on hideous handbags.
A powerful option in a discreet package sums up the Springfield XD .45 pretty well. The single-stack pistol offers all the stopping power you need in a self-defense handgun, while remaining accurate, shooter-friendly and easily concealable.
The draw is an overlooked concealed carry skill, but not knowing how to execute the maneuver can leave you empty handed when it matters most. Follow these tips to keep your draw crisp and on target in any situation.
The most efficient way to recharge your revolver is to use a speedloader. The speedloader inserts all rounds into the cylinder simultaneously and greatly reduces the fiddling necessary to get bullet noses started into their chambers.
Comfortable to carry and packing 10+1 rounds of .45 ACP, the Glock 30S is the latest member of the Glock line-up. It packs the ultimate punch in a concealable package.
The idea behind the +P is to add enough energy to reliably deliver an expanded bullet deep enough to do its job. It doesn’t have to be a lot of extra energy - it just has to be enough. Here's what you need to know.
From knowing how to choose and maintain a handgun, to understanding when you are justified in drawing the gun, both beginners and longtime armed citizens alike can benefit from reviewing the basics.
Fun and easy to shoot and even easier to keep hidden from prying eyes or tipping your hand to would-be thugs, these six new and recent models on the scene are worth a serious look next time you’re in the market for a defensive sidearm.