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Don’t Buy A Smith & Wesson M&P .40 Without Reading This Review!

By Cane For those interested in looking up more information about my version of the Smith and Wesson M&P 40 via Smith & Wesson’s website, the SKU # for my handgun is 209300. For those of you completely unfamiliar with firearms, I have provided a side view picture at the end of this article for reference labeling most of the features …

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What’s the Difference Between a Kel Tec PF9 and P11?

by PrepperDoc Some people choose a small number of very expensive, fine firearms for their protection planning. While I have my share of expensive firearms, I also prefer to have a significant number of “additional” firearms. There are many reasons, including the fact that if I’m ever involved in a self-defense issue, it is likely that whatever firearm was involved …

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What’s The Best Reloading Kit For Beginners

By PrepperDoc For those who haven’t learned how to hand-reload ammunition yet, one of the easiest and cheapest possible ways is the Classic Lee Loader.   Available for less than $40, it eliminates the “cost of getting started” concern completely, because you’ll likely recoup your entire starting cost within your first 2 or 3 boxes of handgun or rifle cartridges. Further, …

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LaserLyte® Laser Trainer Kit For Concealed Carry Training

Jesse Mathewson “In peace prepare for war, in war prepare for peace.” Sun Tsu Repetition in training breeds success in life. This is the mantra followed by the most successful warriors, businessmen, and individuals in life. Whether they know it or not, habits learned well and with consistent, proper approach lead to a much easier transition when emergencies occur. My …

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Situational Awareness Training For Concealed Carry

Life is a series of choices made by individuals with the information they have gathered while living through choices made by others around them. We can thank pilots for the term “situational awareness”. However, for the past few decades many professional crime fighters, military, and civilian individuals have used this term and trained to understand and be more aware of …

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Is The Smith and Wesson Shield A Good Concealed Carry Gun?

When looking at self-defense centered firearms I look for three specific areas of need fulfillment. Reliability must be better than 99% with premium defensive ammunition. I will need to practice regularly, what has the most efficient combination of defensive raw defensive capability and cost allowing for regular practice? Lastly, what offers the greatest amount of defense for my skill set? I also do …

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The Top Five (5) Most Comfortable Holsters For Concealed Carry

When it comes to holsters there are a few approaches that can be taken. In my lengthy experience of carrying concealed, over 20 years of 8-12 hours a day, I hesitate to promote comfort. The reality is with concealed carry holsters you want a few very important things. A holster must cover the trigger and it must fit your specific …

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How to Shoot a Pistol More Accurately [Ultimate Guide]

What follows is a simple yet comprehensive guide for the individual looking to shoot their handguns more accurately. The following approach was designed to allow someone with little or no experience in firearms to shoot an FBI qualifier and pass it with the first 60 rounds they fire. Using the next steps will allow you too easily get to an …

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Is The Canik Tp9SA Good For Concealed Carry?

Reviewing firearms is a risky business for the reviewer, after all if the firearms do not perform to the standards expected or portrayed by the reviewer people will quickly blame them. It is essential to understand in advance that I have NEVER held a firearm or any man-made implement that did not have the propensity to fail. However, the entire point of …

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Are The NAA Mini Revolvers Good For Concealed Carry?

“Attack him where he is unprepared, appear where you are not expected.” Sun Tsu NAA Mini Revolver Small self-defense tools are among the most deceptive tools available for the common man. We have been raised to believe that size is everything. It is cultural in the western world, everything from lips to bottoms and all in between bigger is better …

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Four (4) Key Aspects Of Firearms Training For Concealed Carry

by Weston Hawks I have been around firearms most of my life and in the past 6 years, I have grown to love shooting and learning about them. This year I have started a journey of becoming more proficient with them. I am going to share the four aspects of firearms training as I see them. Before I get started …

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Is The SIG Sauer P250 Good For Concealed Carry?

by Bill H Modular guns appear to be a new concept, however, they have been around quite some time in various forms. From the carbine variant of a service rifle carried by a cavalryman to the Thompson/Center Contender with its myriad of barrel options, the ability to interchange parts of a gun or offer a different take on the same …