Here are seven concealed carry firearms and services worth checking out.
1) For Concealed Carry Target Practice: MGM Targets
Go to the MGM Targets website.
2) For Concealed Carry Training: American Gunsmithing Institute
The American Gunsmithing Institute’s popular Armorer’s Courses are packed with exclusive information and equal to a complete Factory Armorer’s Course. These how-to Technical Manuals on DVD cover 52 different firearms. We use an exclusive cutaway gun to explain in detail the design of the feeding and locking mechanisms, the trigger system, proper ejection, and other functions with views of the intricate internal workings not normally visible. We also show you complete disassembly and reassembly, and teach you basic trouble shooting and repairs at an Armorer’s level. AGI keeps you out of trouble by telling you what parts you should never remove! Each DVD includes a FREE printable schematic.
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3) For Concealed Carry Firearms & Accessories: CDNN Sports, Inc.
Go to CDNN Sports.
4) For Concealed Carry 9mm Pistols: Kel-Tec
The Kel-Tec PF-9 is a semi-automatic, locked breech pistol, chambered for the 9mm Luger cartridge. It has been developed from our highly successful P-11 and P-3AT pistols with maximum concealability in mind. The PF-9 has a single stack magazine holding 7 rounds. It is one of the lightest and flattest 9mm ever made. Firing mechanism is Double-Action Only with an automatic hammer block safety.
The PF-9 is nearly identical to the P-11 in length and height and shares the same exterior controls. The shorter trigger system with integral hammer block and the extraction system are adapted from the P-3AT.
For more information, please visit: www.keltecweapons.com
5) For Concealed Carry .45 Pistols: Springfield XDM
Since we introduced the XD(M)® Compact in 9mm and .40, our Customer Service department has been swamped with requests for a .45 version. So, we’ve been frantically developing an amazing product that combines concealability and high capacity, with a big bullet, that, like all XD® and XD(M)® models focuses on Point & Shoot Ergonomics™.
The genius of the XD(M)® Compact design is that it doubles as a full-size frame model with the use of the XD(M) Gear® Mag X-Tension™ (US Pat. 7191556) that offers a full-capacity back-up magazine. It’s also a great range option for people that don’t want to have to buy both a CCW, and a range pistol.
For more information about the XD(M)® Compact .45ACP, along with all XD(M)® models, please visit www.The-M-Factor.com
6) For Concealed Carry Holsters: Nate Squared Tactical
The IWB holsters offered by Nate Squared Tactical have been called ”the most comfortable concealed carry holsters on the market today.” This patented design allows you to carry your handgun all day, everyday. Our Professional series has an adjustable cant, is tuckable, and also a positive retention feature that makes it the ultimate inside the waistband design. All of these holsters are handmade in the USA and include a Lifetime Warranty. Try a Nate Squared Tactical holster today and end your search for a comfortable concealed carry holster. With Nate Squared Tactical comfortable concealed carry is a reality, not just a slogan.
For more information, please visit: www.n82tactical.com.
7) For Concealed Carry Legal & Ethical Information: Seven Things You Must Know Before Drawing Your Gun
If you’ve decided to carry a firearm for personal protection (or even if you’re just thinking about it), I applaud your decision.
Most people are not willing to do what is necessary to protect themselves, their family members, and even complete strangers from the ruthless attack of a violent felon…
It is critical that you realize that the MOMENT you’re forced to draw your gun in self-defense there will be 100+ decisions that you’ll need to make in a split second.
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About the Author: Ben Sobieck is an online editor for Gun Digest, Living Ready, Tactical Gear and BLADE. His interests include hunting, knives and current events issues.
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