Concealed carry is not for folks who lack good judgment and restraint. Follow these ten tips (five dos, and five don'ts) to make intelligent choices and carry a handgun responsibly.
Choosing a handgun for concealed carry or self defense is a very personal decision. If you are a man wanting to buy a handgun for a woman in your life, or a woman shopping for yourself, Grant Cunningham has some words of advice.
Thanks to everyone who entered to win the "100 Years of the 1911 Bundle." One thing's for sure - whether you own a Colt, Kimber, Springfield, Ruger, Metro Arms, Remington or Wilson Pro, you love your 1911s!
Whether the 1911 pistol is your handgun of choice for duty gun, concealed carry, home defense or target shooting, here's your chance to win two Gun Digest books that celebrate this popular gun.
If you carry a concealed weapon you need to hone your skills on a regular basis. Dave Fessenden's book "Defensive Handgun Skills" will help you do that.
If you want to learn how to shoot a pistol faster and more accurately, "Tactical Pistol Shooting" by Erik Lawrence delivers the handgun training you need. These shooting drills are a great place to start, whether you carry a pistol for a living, or carry concealed for self defense or personal protection.
In this final post in the series from "Personal Defense for Women," author Gila Hayes reveals insider tips and secrets for selecting and wearing concealed carry holsters and gear for women.
Pistol training to master the basics is the only way to shoot faster and more accurately. Whether you carry a pistol for a living, for defense or personal protection, "Tactical Pistol Shooting" will help you attain the level of handgun training desired.
Check out these excerpts from Chapter 11 of "Personal Defense for Women," where author Gila Hayes covers use of non lethal weapons for self defense, including tasers and pepper spray, and exposes lies and dangerous scams surrounding stun guns and other devices.