Posts Tagged ‘shooting’

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If you’re carrying a gun on a daily basis to be a hero, you shouldn’t be carrying. If you are doing it so you can show off to your friends or feel tough, you DEFINITELY shouldn’t be carrying. The reason to concealed carry may differ slightly from person to person, but in the long run you carry to give yourself the option not to be a victim. And if you do it responsibly, you put yourself in the right mindset when you clip on your holster in the morning. You have the power in your hands to end someones life, and need to be humble about it. If you haven’t gotten your concealed carry yet, it is never too late!

-Adam

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You may be asking “Is it really worth pointing my weapon at my junk every time I holster it?” When I sat down in Anthony’s tactical concealed carry class for the first time I was thinking the same thing. For some, the appendix carry setup is a little scary at first, but when you take a minute to think about the dynamics it is not as bad as people think. The main concern is that fact that your gun is going to be pointing at your femoral artery, where one shot in the right place could have you dead in minutes. The thing is, when you holster correctly, the gun only covers your body when completely holstered (which keeps the trigger covered and in my opinion can be safer than the actual switch safety). Pair proper form with a firing pin safety and you are set to go with your manhood/womanhood intact. Appendix carry is also a lot easier of a position to defend from. If you find yourself in a life or death situation, you can defend yourself much easier with your pistol in the sweet spot between both your hands where it can be easily accessed. Want to know the proper way to draw/holster your firearm? Sign up for the tactical pistol class online at coloradoshootingsportsstore.com

-Adam