Concealed carry has become one of the top drivers of gun sales in America. One gun shop in the Beaver State has reaped the rewards of this trend with concealable pistols keeping them in the black.
Interest in concealed carry permits continues to be the number one driving force behind firearms sales in this country.
Up in the Evergreen State, one retailer has noticed a definite trend in his sales. Washingtonians are opening their wallets in droves to get outfitted for concealed carry.
Evans Machining Services has cut and coated its share of metal for the firearms industry. Now the Pennsylvania company is taking a crack at manufacturing the whole kit and caboodle with the launch of Nite Owl Firearms.
Galco Gunleather has introduced a new holster at the 2015 SHOT Show that aims at a more comfortable fit and better concealment. Curved, the Corvus bends to fit the shape of the body more naturally.
SIG Sauer's P320 line of polymer pistols offer shooters an extremely flexible platform. And the striker fired line has more options this year, with the European/American manufacturer introducing new models, calibers and looks.
Colt has release its new pistols for 2015, which will be showcased at the 2015 SHOT Show. The lineup features a number of line extensions and the introduction of new chamberings of some of the company's more popular models.
FN America just made concealed carry practitioners' choice of firearm more difficult. The company recently released a variation of its popular striker-fired pistol with the size and lines to stay undercover.
Your goal, should you ever need to shoot, is to get your attacker to stop. Grant Cunningham reveals what he thinks are the best calibers for self-defense to make sure that happens.