Originally posted July 19, 2017.
Here’s some common sense on concealed carry from Clay Martin at GunsAmerica.com. Martin makes the great point that if you’re new to concealed carry, and you don’t have a lot of time to practice a variety of different models of firearm, you should carry a model of firearm from the same family as the model you use to train. For instance, if you’re main range gun is a Glock 19, carry a Glock 43, which has many of the same features, and will already feel familiar in your hands. That’ll maximize the value of your training. Here’s Martin with 9 Critical Concealed Carry Lessons:
9 Critical Concealed Carry Lessons: Ep. 2 Revolver or Pistol for CCW?
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